Chrysler said to be mulling sale of company-owned dealership
The California Department of Motor Vehicles is investigating the situation at the urging of the California New Car Dealers Association, which has prompted Chrysler to look for a buyer. If the DMV decides Chrysler is in the wrong, the company stands to lose its license to operate the facility. Selling the location to a franchise dealer would settle the dispute once and for all. Whatever shakes out, the potential loss of its business license and flagship dealership must be a bitter pill for Chrysler to swallow.
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