Chrysler execs say no major impact from gas prices


NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - Top executives at DaimlerChrysler's Chrysler division said on Wednesday that they have not seen a significant impact from high gas prices on sales of sport utility vehicles. Indeed, one of the company's biggest hopes for 2005 is the Jeep Commander, a big new sport utility vehicle with three rows of seats -- a first for the venerable Jeep nameplate. "So far we have not seen any significant structural impact on our sales," Chrysler President and Chief ...

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