Chrysler Group is the fastest-growing manufacturer in California. The company says its focus on the Golden State is paying off as retail sales grew 50% in 2012 in America's largest new vehicle market. In comparison, overall industry sales grew just 26%. This is the second consecutive year Chrysler's growth has outpaced the competition. Since opening its California Business Center, Chrysler Group sales have skyrocketed 137%. With sales up 254%, Fiat was the fastest-growing brand last year. According to retail registration data from Experian, 77,266 new Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat brand vehicles were sold in 2012, good for a market share of 5.8%, up from 3.5% in 2010. Chrysler Group volume increased 50 percent to 77,266 registrations in California in 2012, up from 51,517 registrations in 2011. In comparison, industry sales in California last year grew by only 26 percent. "Looking back on 2012, we were the fastest-growing manufacturer in the state of California and..
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