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Looking Up From Bottom: Chrysler Sales Up Dramatically In California

The coasts haven’t been an area of strength for American manufacturers. California in particular is a very difficult market for the domestics. Toyota, Honda and Nissan have been dominant for years. Lately, a focus on small cars and more stylish vehicles has improved fortunes for General Motors and Ford. Also, models like the Chevrolet Volt [...] Automoblog.net - A Car Blog for Auto Enthusi
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