Chrysler production levels fell 5.6% compared to March 2012 while rising 10.7% compared to February of this year. Passenger car production was up almost across the board, with only the Chrysler 300, Chrysler 200/Lancia Flavia convertible and Fiat 500 sedan in the red. Dodge Dart production led the way, not just compared to last year's rollout volume, but from February 2013 levels. 67.9% more Darts were built in March than in February. Other double-digit increases were posted for the Chrysler 200, Dodge Avenger, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger and Fiat 500 Cabrio. Production of the Durango and Chrysler Town & Country increased last month. The Durango's 48.2% jump was among the largest advances of any Chrysler Group vehicle. Truck production fell 15.7%, weighed down by the discontinued Jeep Liberty and Volkswagen Routan. If one factors out those two models, Chrysler Group's March-to-March deficit would have been just 0.5% and total..
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