Chrysler Group LLC’s new head of U.S. sales will try to duplicate the gains he made for the automaker in Canada, where it’s almost tied for the No. 2 seller of vehicles and has already exceeded market-share targets set for 2014.
Chrysler Group LLC’s pairing up with Fiat SpA was supposed to transform its car lineup into one that Americans would covet, starting with the much-hyped Dodge Dart’s debut a year ago. So far, buyers aren’t budging.
Chrysler Group LLC recalled about 630,000 Jeep sport-utility vehicles to fix transmission leaks and other mechanical defects, two days after the company said it won’t recall 2.7 million other SUVs alleged by U.S. regulators to have faulty fuel systems.
Chrysler Group LLC, the third-largest U.S. automaker, extended its streak of U.S. sales gains in June and predicted demand in its largest market will keep growing even if accommodative monetary policy is scaled back.
Less than three and a half years after Chrysler Group LLC’s bankrupt predecessor paid out 29 cents on the dollar to creditors, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne can point to the bond market for an endorsement.