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Chrysler Group LLC Reports October 2010 U.S. Sales Increased 37 Percent

There are 25 comments on the The South Mississippi Sun Herald story from Nov 3, 2010, titled Chrysler Group LLC Reports October 2010 U.S. Sales Increased 37 Percent. In it, The South Mississippi Sun Herald reports that:

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Nov. 3, 2010 -- /PRNewswire/ -- October marks the seventh consecutive month of year-over-year sales increases Jeep® Grand Cherokee sales up 291 percent over October 2009 as the Jeep Brand's flagship vehicle is named "SUV of Texas" by influential group of automotive journalists Ram pickup truck sales up 41 percent as new ...

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Since: Oct 08

Toledo, OH

#1 Nov 3, 2010
October U.S. Sales Highlights
Jeep Brand sales (28,480 units) increased 111 percent versus the same month last year (13,500 units)
Jeep Grand Cherokee sales (12,721 units) improved 291 percent compared with October last year (3,256 units)
Sales of the all-new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee increased 19 percent over September 2010 sales
Jeep Wrangler sales (7,908 units) improved 49 percent versus October 2009 (5,305 units)
Jeep Liberty sales (3,968 units) increased 46 percent compared with the same month a year ago (2,725 units)
Jeep Compass (778 units) and Jeep Patriot (2,931 units) each posted triple digit percentage year-over-year sales increases
Ram Truck Brand sales (18,090 units) increased 37 percent versus the same month last year (13,223 units)
Ram pickup truck sales (17,316 units) increased 41 percent in October compared with October 2009 (12,262 units)
Dodge Dakota (774 units) sales were up 50 percent compared with the same month a year ago (515 units)
Chrysler Brand sales (16,547 units) improved 29 percent versus the same month last year (12,815 units)
Chrysler 300 sales (5,211 units) were up 79 percent in October, compared with the same month in 2009 (2,914 units)
Chrysler Town & Country minivan sales (8,459 units) improved 18 percent compared with October 2009 (7,164 units)
Dodge Brand sales (27,020 units) were up 3 percent compared with the same month a year ago (26,265 units)
Dodge Caliber sales (2,777 units) posted a percentage sales increase in triple digits
Dodge Challenger sales (3,182 units) were up 33 percent compared with October 2009 (2,398 units), setting a new sales record for the month of October
Dodge Nitro sales (2,133 units) increased 50 percent versus October 2009 (1,426 units)

AWESOME NEWS!!
Thank You Consumers!!!
dodgeman25

Lexington, KY

#2 Nov 3, 2010
thats great news ,we keep on having good months and new products just couple months away,,,
go chrysler!
The Truth

AOL

#3 Nov 3, 2010
I'm sure Republicans will try to take Credit for "Saving" GM and Chrysler
Bob

United States

#4 Nov 3, 2010
Boy this will get guess who back into chemo. LMAO!!!!
Crazy Canuck

Toronto, Canada

#5 Nov 4, 2010
"NOT TOO SHABBY" FOR A PURPORTED JUNK-MAKER, EH!
guess who

Springfield, MO

#6 Nov 4, 2010
Bob wrote:
Boy this will get guess who back into chemo. LMAO!!!!
Yet aren't they down nearly 10% from last month? Boobie, what department number? Of course you can't tell me because you have no idea LMAO!!!!!!
Pablo Silvia

Chambersburg, PA

#7 Nov 6, 2010
Fleet sales up 50%, retail down 13% for a net 37% gain.

Looks like government motors supplied some more government fleet cars.
guess who

Girard, KS

#8 Nov 6, 2010
Bob wrote:
Boy this will get guess who back into chemo. LMAO!!!!
What deartment number?
WI2IL

AOL

#9 Nov 7, 2010
The Truth wrote:
I'm sure Republicans will try to take Credit for "Saving" GM and Chrysler
B. Hussein Obama will try to claim he "saved" gm and chrysler. what a fantasy. Great new product, the american taxpayer and consumers will be the ones who, in fact, save these companies.
wrr

AOL

#10 Nov 7, 2010
guess who wrote:
<quoted text>
Yet aren't they down nearly 10% from last month? Boobie, what department number? Of course you can't tell me because you have no idea LMAO!!!!!!
Go F.ck yourself
wrr

AOL

#11 Nov 7, 2010
Pablo Silvia wrote:
Fleet sales up 50%, retail down 13% for a net 37% gain.
Looks like government motors supplied some more government fleet cars.
Go F.ck yourself
guess who

Girard, KS

#13 Nov 7, 2010
wrr wrote:
<quoted text> Go F.ck yourself
Make me!
Hemi Roids

Kernersville, NC

#15 Nov 9, 2010
Pablo Silvia wrote:
Fleet sales up 50%, retail down 13% for a net 37% gain.
Looks like government motors supplied some more government fleet cars.
Yes, all gains are strictly into fleet. The place can't and won't survive.
wrr

AOL

#16 Nov 9, 2010
Hemi Roids wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, all gains are strictly into fleet. The place can't and won't survive.
GO F.CK YOURSELF !
reality

Bourbonnais, IL

#17 Nov 9, 2010
It is going to be nearly impossible to be a viable company anytime soon. With all outstanding debt wiped out and all unwanted plants removed in bankruptcy and a multi billion dollar loan as the only debt obligation and yet Chrysler is still not earning enough to cover the interest on the loan- let alone ever pay the loan back not to mention all money owed to the pensions.. Not a hater - just a well informed shareholder.
Lasts Forever

Kernersville, NC

#18 Nov 10, 2010
wrr wrote:
<quoted text> GO F.CK YOURSELF !
Got AOL? LOL You are clownshoes.
wrr

AOL

#19 Nov 10, 2010
Lasts Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Got AOL? LOL You are clownshoes.
Go F.ck your self
For the Record

Auburn Hills, MI

#20 Nov 10, 2010
Pablo Silvia wrote:
Fleet sales up 50%, retail down 13% for a net 37% gain.
Looks like government motors supplied some more government fleet cars.
Your fleet/retail numbers are totally incorrect. October Year over year sales gain was 37%
Retail was up 52% and Fleet was up 4%.
2009 Total 65k sold 2010 Total 90k sold
2009 Fleet 28K sold 2010 Fleet 29k sold
2009 Retail 36k sold 2010 Retail 60k sold
Chrysler Lemon Law

Kernersville, NC

#21 Nov 11, 2010
Higher sales = higher warranty liabilities

Lemon laws were adopted because of Chrysler.
wrr

AOL

#22 Nov 11, 2010
Chrysler Lemon Law wrote:
Higher sales = higher warranty liabilities
Lemon laws were adopted because of Chrysler.
YEP,GO F.CK YOURSELF !!

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