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May 03, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Chrysler Raises Prices on Some Models: Citing increased costs, Chrysler Corp. said it raised prices of some of its best-selling vehicles, including its Jeep Grand Cherokee, LH mid-size sedans and minivans. Chrysler raised the suggested retail price of the Chrysler Concorde, Dodge Intrepid and Eagle Vision by $200 and hiked prices by $100 on its minivans and the Grand Cherokee sport/utility vehicle. The auto maker also said it raised the price of its Dodge Shadow and Plymouth Sundance subcompact cars by $50. Chrysler also hiked prices on four-wheel-drive versions of its Cherokee sport/utility vehicle by $200.

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