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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — More favorable news for Chrysler Group on the dealer arbitration front rolled in last week, with the automaker announcing it won three cases and three others were dismissed.

Chrysler revealed late last week that the arbitrator ruled in Chrysler's favor in cases involving Hinckley Dodge in Utah, Tenafly Chrysler Jeep in New Jersey and Midway Motors in Massachusetts.

The cases involving Ganley Chrysler, Ganley Dodge and Ganly East in Ohio were dismissed.

"Chrysler Group is pleased the arbitrators agreed with the difficult dealer decisions made during the bankruptcy proceedings," officials said in a statement. "Chrysler presented evidence during the arbitration hearings that demonstrated the Company employed sound business judgment in restructuring its dealer network.

They added: "Chrysler is confident the difficult decisions made during bankruptcy will continue to position the company for sustainable success and, ultimately, will enable the company to repay the U.S. taxpayer in a timely manner."