Fleet sales accounted for nearly 30 percent of Chrysler Group’s January sales, That’s up from 24.4 percent in January 2011. Fleet volume was up 75.4 percent to about 30,000 vehicles while retail volume rose 34.2 percent to 71,100 units.
Among the top seven automakers, fleet sales accounted for 22.2 percent of total sales. That was an increase from 19.3 percent a year ago.
GM retail sales dropped 15.4 percent in January, leaving it with the highest percentage of fleet sales, but only about a half-point of share separated the Detroit 3 automakers.
Toyota had the highest volume, but Nissan had the highest percentage of fleet sales among the major foreign brands.
Hyundai-Kia was the only one of the seven reporting a decline in fleet sales.
Source: Automotive News Data Center
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