Chrysler LLC got some help from its minivan lineup, but overall sales declined 2.3% in November to 160,843 units vs. year-ago, based on a daily sales rate (25 days this year and last). “We’re reintroducing (the) minivan – the living room on wheels – and that’s what’s drawing people into showrooms, sometimes led by the kids in the family,” a Chrysler spokesman says. On sale since August, the new Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Caravan minivans have received positive reviews. ...

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