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Chrysler Canada, Mexico sales

by David Zatz on

Chrysler Canada finished its 49th consecutive month of year over year sales growth, the longest such streak in its history, for the best sales year since 2000, when Chrysler was still largely unaffected by the Daimler acquisition. Chrysler Canada sold 15,445 vehicles in December 2013 (vs 14,756 in 2012), a 5% increase; for the full year, sales rose by 7%, from 243,845 to 260,015.


For December, Jeep had strong sales, up 56%; Grand Cherokee saw an increase of 29%. Diesel remains a popular choice, drawing 17% of December’s Jeep Grand Cherokee sales.

After 30 years on the market, Dodge and Chrysler minivan sales continue to be strong, with a collective 12% increase. For the year, an annual record was set for the Ontario-built Chrysler Town & Country with 8,425 sales, an increase of 111% over full-year 2012. Caravan sales were not reported but likely fell somewhat.

Canada chart

Ram truck sales increased 9% compared with December 2012 and 16% for the year; Ram Truck set an annual sales record in the first ten months of the year.


In Mexico, December was Chrysler’s best sales month of 2013, with sales of 10,473 units. For the full year, Chrysler de México appears to be 1% ahead of 2012. The company released the following figures:

  • Chrysler brand: 520 sold for December, including 110 200s
  • Jeep: sales increased 5%, with Patriot selling best (984), Grand Cherokee at 632 (15% growth), and Wrangler up 27%.
  • Dodge hit 3,894, including a best-month for Challenger (96), Durango up 32%, Journey up 7% (hitting 1,579), and Avenger up 16%. The company did not mention any sales of leftover rebadged Hyundais.
  • Ram sales hit 1,371 with a 29% increase in Crew Cab (to 503 pickups) and 151 ProMasters.
  • Fiat and Alfa Romeo, combined, hit 1,013. Fiat 500 was responsible for 432 sales, Ducato was up 45% despite competition from Promaster, and Giulietta sales rose 60%, its best results since launch.
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