Are Chrysler's Sales Starting to Slip?


Chrysler's Ram pickups are strong contenders, but some of its other products aren't faring so well. Photo credit: Chrysler

Chrysler saw decent sales growth in June, but fell behind the overall market -- a worrying sign. Strong pickup sales have helped, but Chrysler's lineup still has some glaring weak points, and those could leave it exposed if market conditions shift.

In this video, Motley Fool contributor John Rosevear looks at what's working -- and at what isn't -- for the smallest of the Detroit automakers. He also contrasts recent trends at Chrysler with what has been happening at Ford and General Motors -- and points out a potential big flaw in Chrysler's product strategy.

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