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Jeep and Chrysler Doing Well Across the Pond
Chrysler may be feeling some pain in the USA, but overseas they are realizing some excellent results. According to a Chrysler spokesperson, international sales are up 14 percent through August of 2006 with 15 straight months of month-to-month increases. The news is even better in Europe. Chrysler reported an increase of 35.6% in August 2006 compared with the performance from a year ago, and a sales increase of 15.5% for the year-to-date throug Read More...
Chrysler Group Dealers Need Company Update
A group of Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge dealers from different parts of the country intends to press, Tom LaSorda, the Chrysler Group CEO, for information regarding the automakerís future. In this regard, a special meeting is scheduled to happen this week in Florida. The aim of the meeting is to build strained relationships between the automaker and its dealers, and to discuss the implications of the potential sale of the Chrysler Group.
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Ford to Exit the Minivan Market?
All the car blogs lately have been speculating on the direction that the Ford Motor Company is going to take in the wake of declining sales and stiff competition. We know that Ford has too much capacity and we know that the company will be closing some key plants and laying off an as yet to be determined number of employees. What hadnít been clear is which models would be cut from the line up. Now, it appears that Ford will exit the lucrative min Read More...