This morning, Chrysler Group reported it sold 140,102 light vehicles in July, which represents an 11.1% increase over July 2012 — the company's best July results since 2006. Chrysler has now racked up 40 months of uninterrupted year-over-year sales improvements. Jeep, Dodge, Ram Truck and Fiat all beat their numbers from last year, with the 31.5% jump in Ram sales leading the way. “We continue to see strong retail sales, particularly with our pickup trucks and SUVs,” said Reid Bigland, Head of U.S. Sales. The big gainer for the month was the Dodge Durango, with sales up 87.7% to 5,135. Ram pickup sales rose 31.4% in July, driven by the increased demand for full-size pickups. Dodge brand sales were up 18 percent in July, driven in part by the 88 percent increase in Dodge Durango full-size SUV sales. Jeep brand sales were up 1.7% despite the drag of the discontinued Liberty...
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