The ups and downs of the economy have worried many Americans. Economic uncertainty has also prevented many consumers from making large purchases.
However, despite these trends, the auto industry has experienced tremendous growth in 2011. Not only has Chrysler grown, but so too have automakers like General Motors, Ford, and others. Unfortunately for consumers, with increasing demand, the costs of raw materials and other production factors also are increasing.
Chrysler is working to minimize these costs for the consumer. After all, the automaker doesn’t want to upset the upward trend in SUV, truck, and car sales by raising prices in order to cover the higher production costs.
Check out the video below to learn how Chrysler is working with suppliers to keep production costs increases to a minimum.