Chrysler Group says it sold a record number of Chrysler products for the month of August on the strength of its 300 Series sedan and Stow ’n Go-equipped Town & Country minivans. Light-vehicle deliveries for the auto maker in August increased 1% vs. like-2003, while incentives stayed flat from July levels, says Gary Dilts, senior vice president-sales. Chrysler’s ability to maintain sales momentum on a year-over-year basis, despite an estimated 8%-10% industry decline during the month, ...
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