Chrysler LLC’s Australian unit marks 24 consecutive months of growth, with a record 1,108 units sold in July. Since returning to the local market in 1994 with the Jeep Wrangler, Chrysler has expanded its range to now include the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Commander; Chrysler PT Cruiser, Crossfire 2-seat sports car, Voyager minivan and 300 sedan; plus its latest entry, the Dodge Caliber small car. The Australian subsidiary sold 273 Chrysler, 587 Jeep and 240 Dodge vehicles in July, as ...

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