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Chrysler Group: Sales Figures 2005
2005: Total 2005 Chrysler
Group US sales rose 5 percent to achieve the highest total since 2000,
posting sales of 2,304,833 units, compared to 2004 sales of 2,206,024
Total Year Highlights
With the introduction of the all-new
Jeep Commander, Dodge Mega Cab and Dodge Charger, Chrysler Group
sales rose 5 percent for 2005 to 2,304,833 units. 2004 sales
totaled 2,206,024 units.
Chrysler brand sales totaled
649,293 units, an increase of 11 percent over 2004 sales of 588,891
units and setting an all-time Chrysler brand yearly sales total
record. Since 1990, Chrysler brand sales have risen 251 percent.
Sales of Jeep brand products
increased 12 percent in 2005 to their highest yearly total since
2000 to 476,532 units compared to 2004 sales of 427,239 units.
Sales of Chrysler Group minivan
products with the exclusive Stow ‘n GoTM seating and storage system
increased 6 percent in 2005 to 407,530 units, and further solidified
the company's position as the clear leader in the minivan segment.
The Chrysler 300 continued its
strong appeal to consumers and maintained its position as the leader
in the luxury full-size car segment by posting record total year
sales of 144,068 units, an increase of 28 percent compared to 2004
sales of 112,930 units.
Total year sales of the Chrysler
PT Cruiser totaled 133,740 units, an increase of 16 percent
over 2004 sales.
The Dodge Magnum reported total
yearly sales of 52,487 units, up 34 percent over 2004 sales of 39,217
units, establishing a new sales record for the product.
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