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All-New Dodge Ram Sales Up 19 Percent Over a Year Ago

March 5, 2002

Chrysler Group reported total February 2002 sales of Dodge Ram were 32,253 units, up 19 percent, compared to February, 2001. February was the third consecutive month that Ram truck sales have been up. Sales of the all-new 2002 Dodge Ram truck were 25,749 units, up 35 percent from the previous month.Jeep Liberty sales were 11,466 units, an increase of 10 percent from last month.Several products showed improvements over the previous month, led by Chrysler PT Cruiser (up 57 percent), Dodge and Chrysler minivans (39 percent), Jeep Grand Cherokee (35 percent) and Dodge Durango (28 percent). Chrysler Group reported U.S. sales of 178,642 units in February, 2002, an 11 percent decrease compared to last year, the fourth highest February in Company history (201,636 units).
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