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July 2014 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles sales in Italy

For  the  month  of  July,  the  Italian  auto  market  posted  a  5%  year-over-year increase with nearly 114,000 new vehicles registered. Fiat brand outpaced the market with July sales increasing 6% to 24,000 vehicles. The Fiat 500 and Panda retained their lead of the A segment with a combined 66% share. The Fiat 500L and 500L … Continued

For  the  month  of  July,  the  Italian  auto  market  posted  a  5%  year-over-year increase with nearly 114,000 new vehicles registered. Fiat brand outpaced the market with July sales increasing 6% to 24,000 vehicles. The Fiat 500 and Panda retained their lead of the A segment with a combined 66% share. The Fiat 500L and 500L Living posted a 46.5% share of the Small MPV segment. Jeep brand sales were up 45.5% over July a year ago. The Fiat Panda, Punto and 500 were the three best selling vehicles in Italy.

The Italian auto market registered a 5% year-over-year increase in July with nearly 114,000 new vehicle registrations. For the seven months year-to-date, registrations were up 3.65% over the same period in 2013 to just over 871,000 vehicles.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles posted July sales of 31,000 vehicles, a decrease of 1.4% versus July 2013, and market share was 27.3%. For the year to date, FCA’s Italian sales totaled 243,000 vehicles (-0.7%) and market share was 27.9%.

Fiat brand posted July sales of 24,000 vehicles, an increase of 6% over the prior year, with market share 20 basis points higher at 21.2%.

For the year to date, Fiat brand sales totaled 185,000 vehicles (+1.4%) accounting for a 21.25% share of the market (-50 bps).

The Fiat 500 and Panda retained their leadership of the Italian A segment with a combined 66% segment share. The 500L and 500L Living also led the Small MPV segment with a combined 46.5% share. In addition, Fiat brand was leader in the MPV segment, with the Qubo and Doblò accounting for a combined 57% share.

The Fiat Punto and Freemont were also the best selling vehicles in their respective segments.

Lancia posted July sales of 3,900 vehicles (-23.5% year-over-year) with share at 3.4% (-130 bps).

For the year to date, brand sales were down 8.1% to 34,200 vehicles and market share was 3.9% (-50 bps).

The Ypsilon was one of the top selling vehicles in the B segment with share for the seven months year-to-date up 600 basis points over the same period a year ago to 12.6%.

Alfa Romeo closed July with sales of just under 2,400 vehicles (-25.7% year-over- year) and market share at 2.1% per cent (-90 bps). Year to date, brand sales totaled 18,700 vehicles (-12%) and market share was 2.15% (-35 bps).

The MiTo continued as the best selling 3-door model in the B segment and the Giulietta remained one of the most popular C-segment vehicles.

Jeep posted another strong monthly performance with July sales up 45.5% over the prior year to nearly 680 vehicles and market share at 0.6%.

Year-to-date, brand sales in Italy were up 37.3% to more than 5,000 vehicles and market share was up 10 basis points to 0.6%.

The Grand Cherokee continued to lead its segment  in the retail channel and the recently launched Cherokee is among the top selling vehicles in its segment.

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