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Canadian sales made history; Mexican sales rose

by David Zatz on

FCA Canada sold 21,038 vehicles in November 2015, slightly higher (116 sales) than in November 2014. This marginal increase was still good for a year to date sales record, going back through the Chrysler Canada years, and may keep FCA as the country’s largest automaker despite a 13% gain by GM..

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Canadian sales this year have been almost identical to last year’s sales for each month of the year. 2014 was a much better year than 2013, making any improvements difficult.

Jeep’s year to date sales are up 12%, at 73,447, with Cherokee accounting for 2,822 sales in November (up 33%). Dodge Journey had an increase of 39% to 1,583. Minivan sales were 4,626, dominating segment sales in the country, and up 17% over November 2014. Monthly records were set by the Cherokee, Journey, Town & Country (624 minivans vs Dodge’s 4,002), and Jeep as a whole.  Year to date, sales stand at a record 271,100, with Ram Pickup staying as Canada’s #2 vehicle (83,475 sales), beating all of Jeep.

FCA México sales continued their gains into an eleventh month, with total sales of 9,910 — 10% above November 2014. Dodge sales more than doubled, rising 125%; Mitsubishi sales leaped up to 1,481, or 15% of the FCA total; Fiat rose by 9%; and Ram had its best month of the year.

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In terms of big-picture relevance, Alfa Romeo, with sales of 27 cars, is still waiting in the wings, while Chrysler, with a mere 519 sales, is not a major force. The Town & Country and 300 both rose.  Likewise, Fiat, with 748 sales, is now at around half of Mitsubishi, despite selling a more complete line than in the US.

Jeep is still above Mitsubishi, with 1,928 sales; Wrangler hit its best month ever, and Patriot was responsible for over a quarter of Jeep  sales (552). Ram was the biggest seller, thanks largely to the Ram 700 — which took 907 of Ram’s 1,972 total sales.

Sales by model will be reported for both Canada and Mexico, for the full 2015 model year, in January.

David Zatz founded Allpar in 1998 (based on a site he had begun in 1993-94), after years of writing reviews for retail trades. He has been quoted by the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Detroit News, and USA Today. Before making Allpar a full-time career, he was a consultant in organizational psychology. You can reach him by using our contact form (much preferred) or by calling (313) 766-2304


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