Chrysler Group has quietly initiated a consolidation of its dealerships so that certain separate Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep stores will form one Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep facility. "In some areas of the country where real estate costs are high, such as in California and southern Florida, we'd like to get all three brands in one building when dealers are willing and it makes economic sense," says Tom Marinelli, vice president in charge of Chrysler division. "It also will help us eliminate duals, ...
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