For most consumers, engines are like the free bread served at fancy restaurants: nobody pays attention to them, unless they're really bad.
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Chrysler set out to beat Ford at its own game with the new 2015 200.
After six weeks of bargaining, the Canadian Auto Workers and Chrysler have finally reached an agreement for the next four years, following Ford and General Motors in ratifying the new contract.
Chrysler is looking to go public, and an IPO could take place as early as next month.