After being the sole U.S. domestic auto maker to post a share gain in 2004 (0.3%), Chrysler Group predicts it could post a repeat performance in 2005. High-ranking executives at the auto maker tell Ward’s they expect Chrysler to benefit from full-year availability of the 300 Series and Dodge Magnum, as well as Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV and Dodge Dakota pickup. Chrysler expects 2005 sales to rise on strong demand for the 300. Additional buoyancy should come from the launch of five new ...
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