Chrysler Group continues its efforts to distance itself from the Big Three as it reports 175,556 units sold in September, a 4.0% increase vs. year-ago, while General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. Ltd. posted losses of 23.9% and 19.3%, respectively. Chrysler sales are up 12% for the quarter, says Gary Dilts, senior vice president-sales, with share gains on trucks despite fuel price pressures. Dodge Ram pickup sales up 5% in September. The auto maker expects to end the year with ...
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