DETROIT – Chrysler Group sales rose 5% overall in May, to 220,131 units, largely due to the success of the ’05 300 Series and the Jeep brand, which saw sharp gains. The auto maker in May sold 13,694 units of the 300, marking a significant milestone for the Chrysler brand. It was the first time since September 1986 that a Chrysler-brand passenger car sold more than 10,000 units in a month. The last vehicles to reach that level were the Chrysler LeBaron (10,000 units) and Chrysler Fifth ...
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