“That thing got MDS?” This may be Chrysler Group’s new tagline as it touts fuel economy over performance after volatile gasoline prices caused consumers to flinch last month. Chrysler’s U.S. sales fell 14% compared with May of 2005, marking its second monthly sales disappointment in a row. Before April, when sales dropped 4% compared with last year, Chrysler was on a 19-month streak of consecutive increases. So, beginning this weekend, the auto maker is supplementing the ...
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