CHELSEA, MI – Chrysler is forecasting another boost in U.S. sales for the Jeep Wrangler in June, coming off the model’s best-ever month in May. Chrysler sold 14,454 Wranglers in May, up 44% from year-ago. Deliveries year-to-date total 56,410, a 34.5% gain from like-2011. The Wrangler consistently has been a top seller, not only for Jeep but for all of Chrysler, WardsAuto data shows. In 2009 and 2010, the Wrangler was the auto maker’s second best-selling vehicle, ...

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