October will see Chrysler realize the promise of its highly anticipated redesigned-for-’08 minivans, executives claim on the heels of a lackluster September described as a “month of transition.” Chrysler deliveries totaled 159,799 – down 1.6%, according to Ward’s data, adjusted for last month’s 25 sales days. September 2006 had 26 sales days. “It’s that month of transition, still strongly supporting the ’07s through clearance,” says Michael Keegan, vice president-planning and sales ...
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