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  1. Mopar / FCA News
    This morning, FCA issued the United States sales numbers for the third quarter of 2020 and like just about everything else in 2020, they are not good. Overall, the company is down 10% from the same period last year with Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat all posting negative growth, but with the...
  2. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA Canada has just released their July to September sales figures, and the news is good for the quarter, with 60,928 sales versus 51,121 in the same period of 2018. However, for the year to date, FCA Canada is down by 4%, with 178,674 sales. The big sellers Up North are similar to the ones...
  3. Mopar / FCA News
    First half-of-2019 Canada sales look a lot like US sales normally do in a downturn, with FCA shrinking faster than the market, and the Asian automakers grabbing market share. Ford is holding on. Honda continues to look weak. Germans are also contracting fast. Alfa Romeo sales are down 57.6%...
  4. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA US posted a surprise sales hike in May 2019, as Ram had its 12th consecutively monthly sales record, and Grand Cherokee set a new May record—just in time for a new factory. While FCA US only beat last May by 2%, it was enough to claim the “highest sales since 2008” prize. Fleet sales were a...
  5. Alfa and Maserati
    I wanted to share an article we published last week: CAN FIAT BE SAVED? As y'all know FIAT USA sales are in a nose dive. Our recommendation is nothing exotic; you guys have seen it in some shape or form on these pages. They can be activated relatively quickly if there is the will, but FCA...
  6. Auto News & Rumors
    Interesting read: Pickup sales approach new highs However, what that bar chart doesn’t say is that the full-size pickup segment usually was 5th or 6th in sales volume. It is now 2nd in volume in the US and Canada, as sedans wither away and crossovers fragment into multiple segments. Pickups...
  7. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA US and FCA Canada have given out their last monthly sales reports; after this, only quarterly reports will be issued, starting in June. FCA is the last of the major North American automakers to switch to quarterly sales reports, which balance out month-to-month fluctuations. April 2019...
  8. Mopar / FCA News
    As auto sales start their predicted decline, FCA US felt the effects—except at Ram, where the combination of a class-leading Ram 1500 and a competitive, inexpensive Ram 1500 Classic were attractive to buyers, bringing a 9% pickup-and-chassis-cab gain over last March. Ram vans also did very well...
  9. Mopar / FCA News
    The market is tougher than ever, but FCA US still managed to boost sales by 2% (around 3,200 sales). Part of that, though, was an increase in fleet sales, to 23% of the total. Fleet sales had been 28% of the total in January 2017, but dropped to 16% in January 2018. That’s not necessarily a bad...
  10. Mopar / FCA News
    Ford Mustang sales may have dropped by 7.4%, but the car used in almost every movie and television show since 1965 still took the muscle-car sales championship with 75,842 buyers in 2018. The Dodge Challenger, which has been made less consistently than either the Mustang or the Chevrolet Camaro...
  11. Mopar / FCA News
    When Sergio Marchionne first took over Chrysler Group, he found a company whose statistics had been boosted for years by unprofitable fleet sales. His oft-stated goal was to push the entire Fiat Chrysler empire into premium status, boosting retail sales and higher-profit cars in every segment...
  12. Mopar / FCA News
    It's been over a week since FCA US released its November and year-to-date sales figures, and time for some reflection. November was good to FCA, with Ram outselling the Chevy Silverado (though not Chevy+GMC), Challenger jumping into the #1 place in muscle-car sales, and Jeep holding the lead...
  13. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA US reported a hefty increase of 17% over November 2017, selling 181,310 vehicles, (136,704 to retail customers). It was the highest November retail sales since 2001; 88% of sales went to retail, 12% to fleets. If not for a particularly good 2015, FCA US would have recorded its best November...
  14. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA US sales shot up by 16%, from 153,373 in October 2017 to 177,391 last month. Every brand but Fiat rose — with Dodge’s 38% gain leading. Retail took 80% of sales (141,200 vs 36,191 fleets), an improvement over past years. The gains were all impressive: Jeep rose 9% to 72,800 Ram rose 14%...
  15. Auto News & Rumors
    Interesting read: instead of relying on a traditional marketing campaign, Honda Canada relied on positive press and word-of-mouth for the Accord launch. The article calls the strategy a marketing misstep that has cost Accord a 12% slide in sales. I’d argue it is difficult to separate how much...
  16. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA US happily reported a boost in sales from 176,033 in August 2017 to 193,718 in August 2018. That included a surprise 17% boost in retail sales, despite lower incentives. The Ram 1500, now sold in new and classic forms, set a record month; Wrangler and the Ram brand set August records; and...
  17. Auto News & Rumors
    Fca Sold 44.951 cars and LCVs. With about 18,8% of Market Share, all the FCA's brands registered an increase in sales. Source: Carblog
  18. Mopar / FCA News
    Sales figures for the first half of 2018 have just been compiled, and they reveal that, with a massive sales increase, Jeep has ended up the second best-selling FCA brand in Europe — by a large margin. The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) reported that Jeep scored an...
  19. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA Canada’s headline read, “Jeep® Brand Sales Up 22 Per Cent Year-to-Date,” which is true, but not quite the full story. Dealers report increasing inventories, as buyers spurn some models but buy others. Those suffering most, year to date, are the Journey, once Canada’s favorite crossover...
  20. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA reported its best June retail sales in 14 years, with an 8% hike in total sales (from 187,348 in June 2017 to 202,264 in June 2018). Retail sales were 155,208, beating any June in retail since 2004. Jeep and Ram, not surprisingly, were the drivers. Ram sales shot up by 6%, to 51,729, with a...
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