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Can FCA Canada hit 63 months of growth?

by David Zatz on

Chrysler Canada has run up an astonishing 62 months of year-over-year growth. Admittedly, some of these months held larger gains than others, but it is a winning streak never before seen by the company, now titled FCA Canada.


The question is, how long can they keep the streak going? When sales would have flagged otherwise, they suddenly got the Cherokee. Renegades are reportedly still on their boats, heading for Baltimore and New York, and will take some time to reach Canadian dealerships — and even then, will not sell in large numbers, just because there aren’t all that many floating in.

Reports from within suggest that Chrysler Canada may end up with its record holding at 62 months (five years and two months) of growth, or, alternatively, squeaking by with a marginal “but still counting” increase. The January increase was quite small, but the, so were the 2013-vs-2012 increases in January and February 2013. As long as the company outsells February 2014, even by a single heavily discounted Dodge Caravan CVP, it’ll be ahead — keeping in mind there is one less selling day this month, due to leap year, and being a short 28-day month, that’s a big deal.

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