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Chrysler sales rise 21 percent in 2012 in the United States

Chrysler sales in the United States climbed 21 percent last year, the best performance of the manufacturer since 2007.

This growth significantly exceeds the rate of American automotive sector, which is expected to show a gain of 13 percent in 2012. Chrysler sales have represented an important signal of the greater confidence of Americans towards the economy of the country, while those it chose last year to replace their aging cars and trucks.

For the month of December, Chrysler sales have increased by 10 percent, 367 and 152 motor trucks, sport utility vehicle the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Ram trucks and luxury cars Chrysler 300 leading the way.

Chrysler, the first manufacturer to unveil its sales figures, Thursday, indicates that industry sales have climbed at an annual rate of 15.8 million in December, making it the strongest month of the year.

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