AUBURN HILLS, MI – The Chrysler Group plans to boost its consumer vehicle lease levels in the coming months as it introduces new products into the market. Leasing, once the darling of the retail vehicle sales process, more recently has been shunned by some auto makers because residual values have not lived up to projections. Chrysler Pacifica As Chrysler prepares for several new products, most notably the Pacifica and Crossfire, it plans to use them to boost lease penetration ...
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