DETROIT – DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group says sales for the month of February fell 11% compared with a year ago. Even with the decline, Chrysler remains upbeat that sales could take a positive turn in March. “We’re heading into March feeling pretty good about things,” says Gary Dilts, vice president of sales at Chrysler. “We feel like this place is really going to get moving during the month of March.” Dilts points to increased showroom traffic towards the end of February as the ...

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