With the U.S. presidential election over, the auto industry should begin to see sales rebound, Chrysler Group’s top sales executive predicts. The ugly rancor that permeated the U.S. airwaves during the campaign created an artificial drag on consumer confidence, causing shoppers to hold off on major purchases, such as new vehicles, says Gary Dilts, Chrysler senior vice president-sales. ’05 Jeep Grand Cherokee Now that George W. Bush has been declared the victor, the stock market has ...
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