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- GM, Chrysler try combat trucks. Sherefkin, Robert // Automotive News;5/5/2003, Vol. 77 Issue 6036, p3
This article reports that General Motors Corp. and the Chrysler group are trying to introduce into the market their combat vehicles by producing a lighter, more fuel efficient truck than the Army's Humvee.The two automakers are working with the National Automotive Center, a unit of the Army's...
- Dodge Dakota gets bigger for '05. Truett, Richard // Automotive News;2/9/2004, Vol. 78 Issue 6079, p6
Automobile company Chrysler Corp. will combat a new crop of mid-sized trucks from competitors with a bigger, more powerful version of the Dakota. Chrysler group officials claim the new Dakota, scheduled to go on sale this summer, has more interior room, can tow larger loads and has the most...
- Dodge details commercial upgrades: Improvements to fuel economy weight ratings and brakes in '08 and '09. Cullen, David // Fleet Owner;Apr2008, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p54
The article reports on the enhancements of Dodge commercial vehicles by Chrysler LLC in the U.S. During the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Work Truck Show, Chrysller director of truck product marketing Joe Veltri declared six vehicles that have undergone upgrades for the production...
- Chrysler fully commits to light-, medium-duty for 2010. Skydel, Seth // Fleet Equipment;Dec2009, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p12
The article presents previews of several vehicles and services from Chrysler Corp. including the RAM 1500, RAM Heavy-Duty 2500, and BusinessLink program.
- Chrysler offers to buy back used vehicles. Sawyers, Arlena // Automotive News;6/19/2006, Vol. 80 Issue 6208, p3
The article reports on Chrysler Corp.'s offering of a money-back guarantee program on used cars and trucks to boost a sluggish used-vehicle market. Under the program, Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep dealerships can return the used vehicles they buy from the factory if those vehicles do not sell in 60...
- U.S. car and light-truck sales by make -- 12 months 2004. // Automotive News;1/10/2005, Vol. 79 Issue 6129, p49
This article presents statistical information on U.S. car and light-truck sales for the year 2004. Some of the companies whose models are included in the article are Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp., Nissan Division, Chrysler Corp., Hyundai Motors Corp., etc.
- U.S. light-vehicle sales by nameplate, December & 12 months 2004. // Automotive News;1/10/2005, Vol. 79 Issue 6129, p50
This article presents statistical information on U.S. car and light-truck sales, by nameplate, for the year 2004. Some of the companies whose models are included in the article are Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp., Nissan Division, Chrysler Corp., Hyundai Motors Corp., etc.
- DCX, Ford boost prices again. Teahen Jr., John K. // Automotive News;5/26/2003, Vol. 77 Issue 6039, p48
Automobile companies Chrysler Corp. and Ford Division have completed their May 2003 price increase. Chrysler increase averages 173 dollars on cars and light trucks. Ford Division's increase amounted to 60 dollars when sales-weighted against the entire spectrum of Ford trucks.
- Chrysler accelerates commercial sales. Halliday, Jean // Advertising Age;6/10/1996, Vol. 67 Issue 24, special section pS-11
The article reports on Auburn Hills, Michigan-based automaker Chrysler Corp. which has adopted business-to-business vehicle marketing as an important part of its marketing strategy. According to Chairman-CEO Robert Eaton, since the early 1990s, the automaker plotted new tactics to develop...