DETROIT -- The Chrysler group has completed its May price increase, and Ford Division has boosted the stickers on its pickups and some vans and SUVs.
The Chrysler group increase averages $173 on cars and light trucks, an Automotive News analysis finds.
The breakdown by brands is Chrysler, $150; Dodge, $189; and Jeep, $155. The figures are sales-weighted.
Ford Division's hike amounted to $60 when sales-weighted against the entire spectrum of Ford trucks.
Ford F-150 pickups went up $150, the Expedition SUVs rose $180, and E-series vans climbed $120.
This is the eighth price boost of the 2003 model year for the Chrysler group and the seventh for Ford Division.