(WINDSOR, ON) – FCA Canada has reported February 2017 sales of 19,115 vehicles, an increase of 2 per cent as compared with sales in February 2016 of 18,827. Retail sales were 12,514 units in February 2017, down slightly from February 2016.
FCA Canada fleet sales were 6,601 units, up 9 per cent from February 2016.
Pickup sales for the Ram Truck brand increased by 3 per cent in February 2017 to 7,391 units. Ram Truck builds Canada’s longest-lasting pickups, including Ram 1500, which boasts numerous segment-exclusive features, and Ram Power Wagon, the most capable off-road truck in the country.
Also, sales of the Ram ProMaster full-size commercial van were up a significant 143 per cent in February 2017, versus February of last year.
Jeep Grand Cherokee saw a significant month-over-month sales increase of 21 per cent. Canada’s most awarded SUV recently expanded its line-up with an all-new Trailhawk model. The most capable Grand Cherokee ever, it was named Four Wheeler 2017 SUV of the Year by the opinion-leading editors of the off-road enthusiast publication.
Overall, sales for the Dodge brand grew a noteworthy 26 per cent in February 2016 to 5,405 units, as compared with 4,290 sales in the same month last year. Every Dodge model in production saw sales increases, led by Durango, up 73 per cent, and highlighted by a 30 per cent sales increase for Dodge Grand Caravan, which continues to resonate with Canadians.