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Chrysler Group reported Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle (CPOV) sales of 8,407 units in February 2004, an increase of 30 percent over February 2003 when 6,453 units were sold. "These strong February results confirm consumers' desire to own vehicles that manufacturers stand behind," said Ray Fisher, Chrysler Group Vice President - Fleet and Remarketing. "Our Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle Program, along with our Five Star dealers that sell them are recognized as being one of the best in the business and our growth in this segment proves it."
Coming off a record sales month for Crossfire, Chrysler announced pricing today for its expanded new lineup of 2005 Crossfires. The Crossfire lineup now includes Coupe, Roadster, and the race-inspired, performance-enhanced SRT-6 Coupe and Roadster. New Crossfire models start to arrive this spring. six-speed manual Crossfire Roadster is $34,960, which includes $875 for destination. Limited with a six-speed manual is $38,920, which includes $875 for destination. five-speed automatic and AutoStick® is $39,995, which includes $875 for destination. Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 Coupe is $45,695, which includes $875 for destination. The MSRP for the Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 Roadster is $49,995, which also includes $875 for destination. Chrysler will further expand the Crossfire lineup to include Crossfire coupe with an MSRP of $29,920, which includes $875 for destination.
|AMER AXLE & MANU||AXL||35.78||-0.07|
|BALLARD PWR SYS||BLDP||9.69||+0.21|
|DURA AUTO SYS||DRRA||12.65||-0.15|
|FORD MOTOR CO||F||13.29||+0.27|
|HONDA MOTOR CO||HMC||21.81||+0.27|
|SIRIUS SAT RADI||SIRI||3.05||+0.18|
|UNIT AUTO GRP||UAG||28.40||+0.59|
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