Chrysler Group’s stock of light trucks totaled 424,492 units as of Aug. 31, down nearly 50,000 units from the end of July. Nevertheless, truck sales fell 5% for the month. Through August, Chrysler saw a 13% decline in deliveries of light trucks, compared with the first eight months of 2005. Total Chrysler sales fell 8% for the month and 10% through the first eight months of the year. Total Chrysler inventory was 502,946 vehicles, for a 76-day supply. On the upside, Chrysler 300 sales ...

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