July sales for DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group rallied to new heights on the strength of the auto maker's “Employee Pricing Plus” incentive program. However, Chrysler declined to call an end date to its incentive program, saying it will continue the offer on select '05 models until inventories have been sufficiently depleted. General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. this week extended their discount programs through Sept. 6. Charger sold 5,495 units in first full month. Chrysler ...
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