Grand Cherokee Sales Strong Outside United States
Date 2007/6/6 3:17:38 | Topic: Grand Cherokee
|Chrysler Group reported its overseas sales for May, 2007 and the Jeep Grand Cherokee was the 2nd best-selling vehicle for Chrysler outside of North America, according to a Chrysler Group press release.|
The Dodge Caliber sold 13,265 vehicles so far in 2007 with the Grand Cherokee a close second with 13,017. The Chrysler Voyager/Grand Voyager was third with 12,358.
Overseas sales have been growing over the past two years:
Sales growth for Chrysler Group outside North America continued in May with an increase of 24 percent (20,553 units) over the same month last year. The Company has reached an unprecedented two full years of monthly sales gains, and year-to-date sales (91,412 units) continued to climb and grew 16 percent over the same period of time in 2006. Increased sales were supported by a record month in the number of Chrysler Group exports from North America (18,405 units).
Makes you wonder how many Wranglers they might be able to sell if they could keep up with demand in the States...