Chrysler Group says its Minority Dealer Network generated $3.5 billion in sales last year and earned $455 million in gross profits. It also exceeded the corporate average for new vehicle sales and revenues per outlet, the auto maker says. Chrysler’s minority dealers averaged unit sales of 811 new vehicles and revenues of $31.9 million per dealership in 2003. “The $3.5 billion in sales that was generated by Chrysler Group’s minority dealers last year was more than many ‘Fortune 500’ ...
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