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19th of August 2018


FCA: 8% gain paced by June records at Jeep, Ram

Jeep's U.S. sales rose 19 percent in June. Photo credit: DAVID PHILLIPS

UPDATED: 7/5/18 5:52 pm ET - corrected

Editor's note: An earlier version of this story misstated FCA's U.S. retail sales in June.

DETROIT -- Record June sales for Jeep and Ram boosted FCA US sales by 8 percent to 202,264 vehicles. All brands except for Fiat and Chrysler rose in the month. The company's fleet mix declined slightly to 23 percent for the month, from 24 percent a year ago.

Brands: Jeep up 19%; Ram up 6.3%; Chrysler down 32%; Fiat down 36%; Dodge up 9%; Alfa Romeo up 121%.

Notable nameplates: Ram pickup up 1.1%; Chrysler Pacifica down 26%; Jeep Cherokee up 89%; Jeep Grand Cherokee down 12%; Jeep Wrangler up 23%; Jeep Compass up 82%; Dodge Journey up 86%.

U.S. market share: 13.1 % in June vs. 12.8 % in June 2017; 13 % year-to-date through June vs. 12.7 % year-to-date through June 2017.

Incentives: $4,526 per vehicle, up 3.2% from a year earlier, according to ALG.

Average transaction price: $34,390, up 3.5% from a year earlier, ALG says.


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