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Canada Chrysler Canada reported its best year to date sales since the Daimler takeover in 1998, as well as its 45th consecutive month of year-over-year sales growth, with nearly 22,000 cars sold in August 2013. Sales were up 7% over August 2012.

Chrysler is the second biggest automaker in Canada, around 12,000 sales behind Ford (year to date). GM sold 21,091 cars this month, and Ford sold 27,268. Chrysler sold 36,761 passenger car sales year to date; Dodge Journey remains the best selling crossover, with 2,551 sold in August. The company provided the following tables to highlight specific vehicles:

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Mexican sales continued their fall as new leadership has reportedly slashed fleet sales, letting sales find a more natural level and preparing for organic growth. Industry observer “Mr. Source” wrote that by cutting government sales, given domestic conditions, Chrysler is laying the groundwork for greater retail sales. Ram, Fiat,..

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Mexican sales WILL continue to fall, Now that Hyundai will no longer supply vehicles to Chrysler Mexico, sales will continue to fall, Chrysler isn't selling LX cars, those vehicle sales are very, very low, it's even a shame to post them, Dart isn't selling at all, no matter those huge rebates the car isn't seeling well.

Hertz Mexico is helping a lot Chrysler, they bought a lot of vehicles that Chrysler was unable to sell, like Dart, 300, Charger and Towns.
Of course Hertz also bought a lot of Hyundais and recently they also helped with unsold 500.

Chrysler dealers are not happy at all without the Hyundai products, they used to sell them well and they have now a very big stock of parts, Chrysler told them that they will fill the gap with Fiats, but dealers aren't happy with that decision, Fiats are not selling well in Mexico.

Ford is now selling products to the police, so Chrysler doesn't anymore, many of us are happy about it, because when Chrysler started selling fleets to police, goverment, bodyguards and so, retail sales went to the floor, nobody wants now an LX vehicle or an Avenger.

Mexico sells well Jeeps and Journeys, not even the Ram is selling very well.

Tiugh times ahead for Chrysler Mexico again, competitors like Ford, Honda GM, Toyota and Nissan are selling much better.

BTW, in front of the Mexican HQ there is an almost new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram and Fiat dealer, customers aren't happy with the kind of sales and service practices, customers who are taking their vehicles for a routine mantainance service, takes them almost THREE weeks!!

The manager says, Chrysler makes him waste a lot of time with all those reports they need to fill, and Chrysler employees want their vehicles serviced first, so customers must wait, almost three weeks for an il change, lub and rotation !!

That's the way to LOSE customers, where is the Mexican CEO ? why isn't he watching such kind of problems??

I'm sorry, he is busy now, he must go at least twice a day to Chrysler's Gym !!



ARE YOU LISTENING MR. BRUNO CATTORI ???
 

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Wow...
 

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The nr.1 factor that will drive sales down is the decision by Hyundai to go it alone. They need some competitive products to fill that gap pronto.

For the rest, service has always sucked, and will continue to do so apparently, but they used to sell more before under the same conditions, so not a driving factor. I agree that not selling cars to the police was the 100% right move.

Don't know much about Cattori, but if he's a slacker like its being suggested, he will find the blunt part of a size 10 up his behind pretty soon I suspect.
 

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The title of this thread reminds me of some crude geography lesson. OK kids, look at the map....Canada is up and Mexico is down. Geography isn't a strong point for a lot of folks. :rolleyes:
 

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Wow, Chrysler Canada numbers! What's up with the T&C increase? Big fleet deal?

Cool that the Ram is #1 for light duty trucks. The way it's worded makes it seem like that is compared to Ford and GM?Chevy.

pug-man said:
The title of this thread reminds me of some crude geography lesson. OK kids, look at the map....Canada is up and Mexico is down. Geography isn't a strong point for a lot of folks. :rolleyes:
LOL!
 
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