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  1. Mopar / Stellantis News
    FCA’s October sales painted a grim picture. Despite a nearly 11% increase in the average incentive, sales fell more than 13%, the worst drop of any major automaker except Hyundai. The Chrysler brands (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram) actually posted a larger loss, 13.5%, than FCA’s total 13.2%...
  2. Mopar / Stellantis News
    October sales for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles were down 13 percent from the same month last year mainly due to reduced fleet activity, the company reported Wednesday . Total sales for FCA were 153,373 units, down from 176,609 units in October, 2016. Fleet sales - which make up 15 percent of total...
  3. Mopar / Stellantis News
    Not only was Ram the sole FCA brand to beat its U.S. October sales figures from 2015, it was a standout compared to the industry as a whole. In October, Ram volume rose nearly 12%. That's the most growth of any major automotive brand. In year-to-date (YTD) sales, Ram was also the growth...
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