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Not that long ago, there were rumors going around that Chrysler might be moving away from their popular “Imported from Detroit” ad campaign, but last week, Chrysler’s chief marketing officer Olivier Francois announced that “Imported from Detroit” isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Francois assured Chrysler fans in a statement that, “’Imported from Detroit’ is and will continue to be the tagline for the Chrysler brand.” He recognizes that the tagline appeals to consumers who don’t want to “cross an ocean” to find a quality car with modern style and technology.
“Imported from Detroit” will be used this year for the 2013 Chrysler 300 Motown edition and the 2013 Chrysler 300C John Varvatos Luxury Edition, and Chrysler will continue to offer “Imported from Detroit” merchandise through their website.
You can watch the original “Imported from Detroit” Super Bowl commercial below.
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2012 turned out to be a stellar year for Chrysler. They managed to cap off a strong year with sales going up 21 percent for the year as a whole. That makes it the strongest year they’ve had since 2007.
Chrysler beat out the rest of the US auto industry in terms of increases made. It’s clear from the upward sales trend that consumers were out in force the previous year to replace their old vehicles. December alone was 10 percent higher. The Jeep Grand Cherokee, Ram trucks, and Chrysler 300 were the stars of the success. Chrysler also made not that last month’s sales were the strongest month of the entire year.
There are many reasons for such a turn around in sales. One is that unemployment has been steadily decreasing over the year. Another is that the average age of a car is around 11 years. Thanks to banks making it easier to get a low interest rate on their loan, people have been finding it cheaper to just purchase a new vehicle rather than repair an older one.