January sales on records in Europe for Fiat Chrysler
As confirmed more than 60, 000 vehicles were reported to be sold by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the month of January. This (EU28+EFTA) represents a sharing of percentile 6.2 in the car market. Brands did better than others in quite a lot of major markets, that include the UK by +22.2%, Spain by +12.6% and France by +1.8%. Brand Lancias’ sales were up by an 11 percent versus those of January exactly a year in the past while Jeep registered a growth by 10%.Photo 1: FIAT
Coming out to be the first in the segment was the Fiat 500L that has shown great presentation, with the Fiat Panda and Fiat 500 showing continuity as the two of the highest-selling cars of subdivision-A in Europe. The Fiat brand itself boasts of a 25.4 per cent growth increment in the UK with Jeep sales going further to a high in almost all major markets in Europe.??
Talking of the European commuter car market (EU28+EFTA) that closed in the month of January; there were vehicle registrations of up to 5.2 per cent in the same month (2013) for 968,000 units. Whereas Fiat Chrysler Automobiles placed sales of just over 60,000 vehicles that scored a negative 1.8 percent versus January 2013 with market carved up at 6.2 per cent downwards to 40 basis points a year-over-the other, and up to 70 basis points versus the month of December in the year 2013. For most important markets, the combined grouping sales showed a 1.8 per cent upper hand in France, as compared to 0.5 per cent in the market.Photo 2: January sales on records in Europe for Fiat Chrysler
Sales feat in the UK, where the market recorded a 7.6 per cent increment, showed a sales grouping to be up by 22.2 per cent from January in the previous year with a market share increase to a level from 2.9 per cent to 3.2 per cent. In Spain, Grouped sales were higher up to 12.6 per cent, compared to 7.5 per cent in the market. A sales execution was also particularly in the affirmative with reference to several small markets, that included Switzerland by +9.9 per cent, Ireland by +95.4 per cent, Sweden by +22.4 per cent, as well as Romania by +62 per cent.