January Sales Up. Again.
Date 2012/2/2 19:35:05 | Topic: Sales
|How many months in a row has the Jeep reported sales increases? Jeep sales were up 37% - the best January since 2008! Some other data points include the fact that all Jeep brand models posted double-digit percentage sales gains as well as the Jeep Grand Cherokee logging its best January sales in six years.|
From the press release:
Jeep brand sales increased 37 percent in January versus the same month in 2011, its best January since 2008. All five Jeep brand models posted double-digit percentage sales gains in January, led by the Jeep Liberty's 68 percent increase. It was the mid-size Liberty's best sales month since March 2008. January marked the brand's 21st-consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains. The Jeep brand last month received a Polk Automotive Loyalty Award for the 2011 model year for "Most Improved Loyalty to Make." The Jeep Grand Cherokee logged its best January sales in six years with a 40 percent increase, compared with the same month in 2011. The Grand Cherokee was recognized last month as a Consumer Guide "Recommended Pick" for the 2012 model year.
Two of Chrysler Group's latest products – the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8® and the new Dodge Charger – were named two of Winding Road magazine's "Best Cars of the Year," an annual honor that recognizes the best driver's vehicles in the market.
The Jeep brand has introduced a new, production-intent concept version of its award-winning Grand Cherokee, a unique model with distinctive yet stealthy exterior cues designed to attract new Jeep Grand Cherokee enthusiasts and customers. Showing the vehicle publicly for the first time at the Houston Auto Show in January, Jeep also announced that it has created an online contest for consumers to name the new production-intent Grand Cherokee concept. The person who submits the winning name will receive a new 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee. For more details and official rules, visit Jeep.com/namemyride.