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by David Zatz on

FCA US sales may have fallen by 10%, largely due to reduced fleet sales and the loss of small crossovers, but FCA Canada sales rose by 2% from February 2016.

Retail sales in Canada were just 65% of the total, well below the US figure of 75%, and down slightly from last year (fleet sales rose by 9%). Overall, FCA Canada had 19,115 sales.

Ram drew even with February 2016. The only Jeeps to have gains were the Grand Cherokee and Renegade; the latter remains a minor player.  Wrangler fell by 22% and Cherokee by 13%. At Chrysler, the 200 actually beat February 2016 numbers, and 300 had a good month; but Pacifica sold 489 vans versus Town & Country’s 849 last year, for an overall loss.

Dodge’s story was quite good; the only car to fall was the Dart, losing 56 sales (50%), while all others did better, so that Dodge ended up with a 26% gain. The best seller, Caravan, saw a 30% rise to 3,260 sales.

Alfa Romeo sold just three Giulias and one 4C, while Fiat scraped up 126 sales (up by 3%).

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