Toyota's market share in September came within two percentage points of unseating Chrysler Group as one of the top three automakers in the U.S. Interest-free financing helped Chrysler widen the gap in October, but the Japanese carmaker carries the momentum needed to put it on the podium once 0% financing madness goes away and normal sales patterns resume. Asked about the possibility of being replaced in the Big Three by Toyota -- which many expect to occur sometime in 2002 -- Chrysler ...

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