While some U.S. auto makers shouted from the rooftops to promote their latest 0% finance offers, Chrysler Group credits its sales gain to product buzz. The auto maker posted a 10% sales increase in September, to 168,744 units. ’05 Chrysler 300C Credit goes to Chrysler’s growing lineup of new vehicles, most notably the 300 Series, which racked up 11,304 deliveries during the month. Another big hit was the PT Cruiser, sales of which jumped 44% to 9,484 units due to a slight increase ...
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