Jeep September Sales Best In Four Years
Date 2011/10/4 8:06:26 | Topic: Sales
|From a Chrysler press release|
The Jeep brand's 24 percent increase in September was driven in part by the new Jeep Compass. Sales of the Compass, now offering Trail Rated® 4x4 capability, were up 306 percent, the largest year-over-year percentage sales gain of any Chrysler Group model in September. September marked the Jeep brand's 17th-consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains and best September since 2007.
The Jeep Wrangler, the benchmark off-road vehicle, and the Jeep Liberty mid-size SUV each posted double-digit percentage sales increases. The Wrangler was the top-selling Jeep model in September, and was second only to the Ram pickup truck as the top-selling Chrysler Group model during the month. The Wrangler set a new sales record for the month of September.
Jeep Grand Cherokee sales are up 78 percent through September this year compared with the same nine-month period last year. The 2012 Grand Cherokee delivers with even more refinement and features that can be appreciated on the road and off. Since its introduction, the 2012 Grand Cherokee has captured more than 30 awards from an array of opinion-leading organizations making it the most awarded SUV ever.
- Jeep brand sales (35,565 units) increased 24 percent versus the same month last year (28,603 units)
- Jeep Wrangler sales (11,388 units) were up 47 percent compared with September 2010 (7,765 units)
- Jeep Liberty sales (5,363 units) increased 10 percent versus September last year (4,865 units)
- Sales of the Jeep Compass (4,422 units) were up 306 percent compared with the same month a year ago (1,090 units)
- Jeep Patriot (3,812 units) posted a 5 percent year-over-year sales increase