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Canadian sales: high again

by David Zatz on

FCA Canada reported its best year-to-date sales since 2000, with September 2015 at 24,007 cars and trucks sold (1% over the same month in 2014).  It was enough to maintain FCA’s role as #1 automaker in the country, year to date.

While Ram sales were fairly steady in the United States in the face of gains by Ford and GM, they shot up by 28% in Canada.


Jeep rose by 12%, with Cherokee leading — as in the US. 2,823 Jeep Cherokees left the lots, 31% over September 2014. Wranger rose by 7% to 1,922.

The company claimed record September sales for Ram pickup, Cherokee, Wrangler, and Ram as a brand; and a year to date record overall with 227,678 sales, around 2,500 more than 2014 YTD. Dodge Caravan rose by 8% while it sank in the US.

FCA Canada’s 2014 and 2015 sales have been remarkably similar, but nearly every month of 2014 was a large improvement over 2013 sales. The company has not had a sales drop in over five years.

Sales by model will be posted later. Overall, for September, FCA was #3 in Canada but kept its #1-for-the-year status.

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