Dodge, Jeep and RAM Highlight February Sales Results
Recently, FCA US reported United States sales of 168,326 vehicles, a slight decrease compared to sales in February 2016. The decrease is attributed primarily to the company’s strategy of reducing fleet sales to the daily rental segment.
Chrysler saw the Pacifica increase sales 36 percent over the previous month, while continuing to earn awards from automotive experts.
Dodge delivered stellar monthly results, with Dodge Challenger up 19 percent, Dodge Viper improving 23 percent and Dodge Journey increasing 55 percent compared to February 2016 results.
Three Jeep models earned sales gains in February, as the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Jeep Renegade each posted 11 percent increases over February 2016. The Jeep Wrangler reported a 2 percent bump for February, as the entire Jeep lineup gained compared to last year.
RAM sales jumped 4 percent for the month, with the RAM pickup gaining 5 percent.