Editor's note: An earlier version of this story misstated FCA's U.S. retail sales in June.
DETROIT -- Record June sales for Jeep and Ram boosted FCA US sales by 8 percent to 202,264 vehicles. All brands except for Fiat and Chrysler rose in the month. The company's fleet mix declined slightly to 23 percent for the month, from 24 percent a year ago.
Brands: Jeep up 19%; Ram up 6.3%; Chrysler down 32%; Fiat down 36%; Dodge up 9%; Alfa Romeo up 121%.
Notable nameplates: Ram pickup up 1.1%; Chrysler Pacifica down 26%; Jeep Cherokee up 89%; Jeep Grand Cherokee down 12%; Jeep Wrangler up 23%; Jeep Compass up 82%; Dodge Journey up 86%.
U.S. market share: 13.1 % in June vs. 12.8 % in June 2017; 13 % year-to-date through June vs. 12.7 % year-to-date through June 2017.
Incentives: $4,526 per vehicle, up 3.2% from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Average transaction price: $34,390, up 3.5% from a year earlier, ALG says.
Fleet mix: 23%. Fleet sales down 1% from a year earlier. Retail deliveries up 10.9%.
Inventory: 604,976 vehicles, an 81-day supply, up from 69 in June.
Did you know? Retail sales for FCA US rose to 155,208, the highest level they've been at since 2004, the company said. FCA began breaking out its retail and fleet sales separately in mid-2016.