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Canadian sales

by David Zatz on

FCA Canada today reported sales of 17,761 vehicles, just 4% lower than January 2017 (18,443).

Jeep’s gains (28%, or around 1,500 cars) easily made up for Chrysler’s 33% drop (around 300 cars). Dodge fell by 13%, with every model but the Caravan taking heavy hits; the Caravan gained by 37%.

The Journey used to be Canada’s favorite crossover; in January 2018, its sales plummeted by 75% from 1,388 to 353. It seems unlikely to have made any top ten charts.

Ram, FCA Canada’s second most popular brand, dropped by 16%. Just 26 ProMaster Citys were sold throughout the entire nation.

Fiat was walloped with a stunning 88% sales drop, to a mere 42 cars sold across the country — not including a single 500L. The 500 stayed the sales leader with just 18 sales. That meant that Alfa Romeo’s Giulia matched the Fiat 500, 500L, and 500X combined, with just 29 sales. The new Stelvio crossover easily led Alfa Romeo sales (65 sold) — and, along, beat every Fiat combined. It also, oddly, beat the Dodge Charger.


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