CANBERRA – DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Jeep Australia subsidiary sold 673 vehicles in June, a 13% increase over like-2004, says industry statistician VFACTS. For the month, sales of Jeep's flagship vehicle, the Grand Cherokee, jumped 60% to 174 units while the Wrangler continued to sell at record levels, with 118 deliveries and a 87% increase. Jeep Grand Cherokee Chrysler brand sales were up 14%, driven by the strong-selling PT Cruiser, which recorded a 48% jump over prior-year ...

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