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Chrysler Plans Cut in Daily Rental Fleet Sales

April 30, 2007

AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group plans what it described as an “aggressive” reduction in sales to rental agencies to shore up the residual value of its cars and trucks over three years, according to Reuters. The automaker plans to reduce fleet sales to 21 percent of its total sales volume by end 2009. The plan also forecasts a reduction in sales to car rental agencies to 15 percent of Chrysler’s volume over the same time period.
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