Brands: Alfa Romeo down 39%; Chrysler up 95%; Dodge down 30%; Fiat down 72%; Jeep down 11%; Ram down 27%.
Notable nameplates: Compass up 54%; Grand Cherokee up 12%; Wrangler down 22%; Ram pickups down 28%; Charger up 3%; Challenger down 3%.
Incentives: $1,866 per vehicle, down 1.5% from a year earlier, TrueCar says.
Average transaction price: $53,799, up 10.5% from a year earlier, according to TrueCar.
Quote: "We continue to see strong demand for our vehicles. While there are certainly industry supply constraints, our dealers are working hard to satisfy the needs of every customer," Jeff Kommor, U.S. head of sales, said in a statement. "The Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer have successfully launched with sales continuing to grow, sales of the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Compass continue to see high sales volumes CYTD, and Ram brand's retail and fleet demand for its commercial products remains incredibly strong."
Did you know? The Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid accounted for 20 percent of Wrangler sales in the second quarter with 10,861 units.