Jeep sales continue to impress

The Jeep sales reported yesterday may not have been as dramatic as they were last year, but they were definitely noteworthy.

Last month’s 21.1% growth compared to April 2014 is impressive considering last year’s sales were up 51.6%. That means Jeep sales have risen 82.0% in two years.

Jeep repeated as the top-selling SUV brand in America, easily blowing by Ford, which reported an all-time record for SUV and crossover sales. Jeep was over 9,000 sales ahead of Ford’s best. The Ford Edge set a new April sales record, which was beaten by the Cherokee, Wrangler and Grand Cherokee. The Cherokee and Wrangler also outsold the Ford Explorer and the Grand Cherokee was just 555 sales behind.

April Jeep sales volume gave the brand the largest increase in market share of any brand sold in the U.S. as it set another all-time sales record.

Jeep has set records in every month since November of 2013.

The Cherokee, Wrangler and Grand Cherokee were all in the SUV Top 10 in April and for the first four months of 2015. The Cherokee and Wrangler also made the Top 10 among all light trucks in April as the Cherokee set an all-time sales record and the Wrangler set a new April record.

Ram also made the Top Ten list for trucks and the Top 10 for all vehicles. The Ram pickup added another month as the No. 3 best-selling vehicle in the U.S.

The Chrysler 200 made the April passenger car Top 10, coming in at No. 9. It was the third-best-selling American-badged car in April, outselling the Ford Focus. It was also the third-best-selling Chrysler Group brand vehicle after the Ram and the Cherokee. It edged the Wrangler out by one sale.

The Chrysler 300, despite a drop in deliveries, remained the best-selling American-badged upscale sedan in the U.S. It outsold its rivals from Buick, Cadillac and Lincoln in April.

The Dodge Challenger was just 138 sales behind the Chevrolet Camaro in April.

Read more at: http://allparnews.com/index.php/2015/05/jeep-sales-continue-to-impress-28578

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