AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group anticipates shattering its expectation concerning the Jeep Wrangler’s sales mix in 2005, suggesting the company will continue to pull in big profits from the barebones SUV. Jeff Bell, vice president-Chrysler and Jeep brands, says the mix of high-end Wrangler sales is outpacing initial projections by nearly a three-fold pace. “The Rubicon version, which is really $30,000, is exceptionally popular, much more than we thought,” Bell says during a Jeep ...

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