The Chrysler Group may have to boost production. Strong Dodge Ram fullsize pickup sales and renewed interest in the Chrysler PT Cruiser helped the Chrysler Group chalk up U.S. sales of 217,158 units in March – a 4% decrease from year-ago but an 8% climb over February results. Strong showroom traffic, especially in the last 10 days of the month, has left the car maker with a 59 days’ supply heading into the heavy spring sales season. "If you were designing an inventory size, that would ...

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