Chrysler to spend $52M at Michigan engine plants

DETROIT • Chrysler will spend $52 million on two Michigan plants so it can build more four-cylinder engines. The investment will create 298 new jobs. The company will invest $40.5 million at an engine plant in Dundee, Mich., southwest of Detroit. Chrysler will convert an assembly line to make cranks, heads and engine blocks for the 2-Liter four-cylinder Tigershark engine. Another $11.5 million will be used to add a Tigershark assembly line at the North engine plant in Trenton, Mich. All of the n...

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