Consumer demand led to the surprise reporting of 275 sales in June for the Chrysler Crossfire that is not due to formally launch until July 7. A few hundred were shipped to dealers for display in anticipation of the launch, says Gary Dilts, Chrysler Group senior vice-president-sales. Chrysler Crossfire “We did kind of get surprised with 275 sales recorded,” says Dilts. With strong demand and pressure from consumers, “dealers are kind of reluctantly letting them loose. ...

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