The Chrysler Group’s year over year growth of 44% put them atop the list for January 2012 – besting the next closet automaker (Jaguar/Land Rover) by 13%.
It has been a great year for the Chrysler Group, climbing out of “bailout status” with the help of new parent company Fiat SpA and throughout the year, their brands have been among the strongest in
Chrysler’s Jefferson North Assembly Plant is already one of the company’s busiest plants, operating at full capacity with two shifts to keep up with the incredible demand for the Jeep Grand Cheroke
They’ve also added an upgraded transmission and upgraded the torque converter, installed 15.1 inch Brembo brakes all around, a lowered sport suspension system, lighter alloy wheels, a carbon fiber
The Ohio-based company made the announcement today that it would bring a converted Grand Cherokee to the Detroit auto show, release final pricing information and name their first retailer.
Each year, KBB.com determines the best resale values for 2012 models.
Four Wheeler Magazine, a magazine for off-road enthusiasts, just awarded the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon its “Four Wheeler of the Year” award, replacing last year’s winner, the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
“In what is turning out to be a strong new vehicle sales industry, we continued to outperform,” Reid Bigland, president and CEO / Dodge brand and head of U.S. sales, told reporters today.