Chrysler 2013 Sales Show Success in All Brands Across the Board
The year 2013 has come to a close and automakers are reporting in droves how the year treated them. In the case of Chrysler and its Dodge, Jeep, and Ram brands? To paraphrase Chico Escuela, 2013 was berry, berry good to them. The Detroit automaker capped off the year with its best December in six years, which helped boost Chrysler 2013 sales to their best totals since 2007.
“Chrysler Group ended the year with a 6 percent sales gain in December and our 45th-consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains,” said Reid Bigland, Head of U.S. Sales, in a press release.
“Our Jeep and Ram Truck brands had a strong finish led by the all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee and the Ram pickup truck, Motor Trend’s 2014 Truck of the Year. Sales of the new Cherokee topped 15,000 units in December as our newest SUV continues its solid sales performance out of the gate.”
December was kind to all of Chrysler’s brands, especially Jeep, who was able to post a 34 percent sales gain and the certifiably-American nameplate’s best December ever. Ram also posted double-digit sales gains over the same month last year.
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