BIRMINGHAM, MI – Improved feature content, lower sticker prices and the desertion of two competitors lead Chrysler Group to anticipate a hike in its already chart-topping share of the minivan market. “We’re expecting an increase,” says Steven Landry, executive vice president-NAFTA sales, global marketing, service and parts. Through June, the auto maker accounted for 30% of U.S. minivan sales, up slightly over last year even though total minivan deliveries are down 20% to 425,562, ...

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