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New numbers just released
show Chrysler had another major jump in sales, mostly thanks to the Toledo-made
Chrysler sales are up 14
percent, and workers say it's great news for the city.
"It's just been a lot of
positives going on in Toledo," said Denny Amrhein of Grogan's Towne Chrysler
Jeep Dodge Ram. "I think everybody's
feeling a lot better about where we're going and where we were."
Amrhein says his
dealership is thriving, and so is the auto industry in Toledo.
"I think a lot of it has
to do with the economy coming back," said Amhrein. "Chrysler put a lot of workers back to work
in Toledo at the plants and that brings a lot of business."
The Chrysler plants in
Toledo produce the Jeep Wrangler, which is also showing a 14 percent sales jump
from a year ago. They also produce the
new Jeep Cherokee. Chrysler driver seem
to be enjoying the better gas mileage, among other features.
The 14 percent increase in
Chrysler sales is the biggest yearly increase in car sales for the company