Jeep Retails Sales Up in September, Fleet Sales Down

Date 2007/10/3 7:58:03 | Topic: Sales

Chrysler LLC announced their September sales numbers yesterday, and while overall Jeep sales were down 11%, they made it clear that retails sales were on the rise, while "planned fleet reductions" were the root cause of the 11% drop.

The Wrangler continued to be the superstar, gaining 71% over September, 2006. It is interesting to note that for the year, the combined sales of the Patriot and Compass are less than each for the Wrangler, Liberty, and Grand Cherokee. The Grand Cherokee continues to be the sales leader for Jeep - but just barely. The Wrangler is less than 1,000 vehicles short of outselling it.

Full sales figures after the jump.
                                               Month Sales      DR %    Vol %
Model Curr Yr Pr Yr Change Change
Compass 2,852 3,680 -19% -23%
Patriot 4,245 0 0% 0%
Wrangler 8,605 5,032 78% 71%
Liberty 6,830 12,367 -43% -45%
Grand Cherokee 10,419 11,034 -2% -6%
Commander 4,509 9,780 -52% -54%
JEEP BRAND 37,460 41,893 -7% -11%

Sales CYTD DR % Vol %
Model Curr Yr Pr Yr Change Change
Compass 31,273 6,448 385% 385%
Patriot 27,612 0 0% 0%
Wrangler 92,549 54,234 71% 71%
Liberty 68,865 103,214 -33% -33%
Grand Cherokee 93,246 109,158 -15% -15%
Commander 50,124 64,829 -23% -23%
JEEP BRAND 363,669 337,883 8% 8%




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