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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
sales are on the rise, and with the new, anticipated Jeep Cherokee, they are
expected to soar even more.
and used car sales are up 25 percent at Grogan's Towne in Toledo, and they
expect business to keep booming.
Amrhein, a managing partner at Grogan's Towne, says Chrysler is on a roll. Last
year was Grogan's Towne's best year in new and used car sales in the dealership's
55-year history. Amrhein says the numbers already show 2013 surpassing last
just great, you know, when every year you keep doing better than you did when
it was your biggest year ever," he said. "It makes you a pretty happy person."
sales have increased ever month for four years. The company is reporting a net
income of $507 million in the second quarter of 2013 – up 16 percent from 2012.
says Chrysler's growth is due to their product, quality and good-looking cars.
He has projected another big increase when the new Jeep Cherokee arrives this
gonna be another 20 percent, we figure, [that] we're going to be up," he said.
says there were product and supplier issues that pushed the Cherokee's debut
back to fall, but Chrysler says it expects to begin shipping Cherokees to
dealers by September.