DETROIT -- Chrysler Group sales could have been better in November -- but that’s on purpose. U.S. sales of 173,361 units represent a 6% decline compared to year-ago, but Gary Dilts, senior vice president-sales, is upbeat as he rhymes off the numbers. Dilts says retail sales have executives pleased -- it’s fleet sales, especially large car, that are down and the Chrysler Group made a conscious decision not to buy sales that cut swathes from the bottom line. “We did not elect to chase ...
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