DETROIT — Record July sales from the Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee and Compass pushed FCA US sales up 5.9 percent to 170,970 vehicles.
Jeep, Ram and Alfa Romeo sales were up, while Chrysler, Dodge and Fiat sales declined. The company's fleet mix was flat at 10 percent for the month.
Brands: Jeep up 15%; Ram up 2.2%; Chrysler down 13%; Fiat down 45%; Dodge down 0.5% or 145 units; Alfa Romeo up 65%.
Notable nameplates: Ram pickup up 1.4%; Chrysler Pacifica up 5.9%; Jeep Cherokee up 71%; Jeep Grand Cherokee down 5.6%; Jeep Wrangler up 14%; Jeep Compass up 63%; Dodge Journey up 23%.
Incentives: $4,500 per vehicle, up 0.5% from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Average transaction price: $34,537, up 3.3% from a year earlier, ALG says.
Fleet mix: 10%. Fleet sales flat from a year earlier. Retail deliveries up 5.9%.
Inventory: 613,578 vehicles, an 86-day supply, up from 81 days in June.
Did you know? Ram 1500 sales were up 13 percent in July to 27,812, including a 17 percent increase at retail.