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DaimlerChrysler, the world's fifth-largest automaker, said February
sales rose 4.3 percent to 207,743 vehicles, including the Chrysler increase and a 28 percent gain for Mercedes-Benz.
Chrysler's fleet sales rose 38 percent in February, Gary Dilts, senior vice president of sales at the Auburn Hills, Michigan-based unit, said on a call with reporters and analysts. He said sales to individual customers fell several percentage points, without giving a figure.
Dilts said Chrysler's offers of no-interest financing on some models also helped sales. The company said earlier today that the offers would be extended through the end of this month. ``It's not a surprise we're going to continue the same program in March,'' he said.

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