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FCA still #1 in Canada

by David Zatz on

With a tiny 1% sales gain over January 2015, FCA Canada remains the country’s best-selling automaker — as it was for the full year 2015.

In 2015, FCA Canada had practically echoed its 2014 sales every month, with a slightly larger boost in July and December. That was still impressive, since 2014 was a banner year.

2016 sales would be almost exactly in the same spot as 2014 and 2015 sales.

Jeep hit a January sales record of 5,352, 34% higher than in January 2015. Nearly half of that was Cherokees, with 2,428 sold (up 73%). Ram also had a January record, with 7,223 sold (including 6,842 pickups, an 18% gain).

FCA easily beat #2 Ford, 18,156 to 16,637. GM is back at 14,395, and Toyota at 10,771. Volkswagen actually saw an 18% loss, down to 3,408.

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