Chrysler Group posted a slim 0.2% gain in May sales vs. year-ago based on daily rates, thanks largely to the auto maker's Jeep marque. Demand, which totaled 199,393 cars and trucks, was helped along by Chrysler's “Maximize Your Miles” advertising and incentive campaign, which touts vehicles achieving fuel economy of roughly 30 mpg (9.4 L/100 km). That list includes the Chrysler Sebring, PT Cruiser and 300; Jeep Compass and Patriot; and Dodge Charger, Caliber and Avenger. “We had an ...
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