Another month, another sorry milestone for Chrysler Group LLC. The struggling auto maker delivered 931,402 vehicles in 2009, marking the first time since 1962, when Chrysler Corp. recorded 780,252 unit-sales, the pentastar company’s annual total has fallen below the 1 million-mark. Chrysler boosted its 2009 light-vehicle sales total to 927,018 on the strength of December’s 86,109 deliveries. But the auto maker’s annual and monthly totals show year-over-year declines of 36% and 10.5%, ...
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