01 June 2018

Comment on FCA’s May Sales in Italy

 

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) posted May sales in Italy of nearly 55,100 vehicles, with market share at 27.7%. On the strength of the segment-leading Renegade and Compass, Jeep brand posted its all-time best result in Italy, with nearly 9,900 vehicles sold during the month (+129.6%) and market share up 290 basis points to 5.0%. Jeep brand results for the year-to-date were also strong, with 40,300 vehicles sold (more than double year-over-year) and market share at 4.3% (+220 basis points). Alfa Romeo also posted a strong result in May, with sales increasing 3.8% to nearly 4,800 vehicles. FCA continued to dominate the rankings, with a total of eight models in the top ten. The Fiat Panda took the top spot with the Jeep Renegade in third place, followed by the Lancia Ypsilon, Fiat 500L, Fiat 500, Jeep Compass, Fiat Tipo and Fiat 500X.

 

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles posted May sales in Italy of nearly 55,100 vehicles, with market share at 27.7%.
For the five months year-to-date, FCA sold over 259,400 vehicles with market share of 27.4%.
FCA dominated the Italian rankings once again, with the Fiat Panda in the top spot and the Jeep Renegade in third place, followed by the Lancia Ypsilon, Fiat 500L, Fiat 500, Jeep Compass, Fiat Tipo and Fiat 500X. FCA vehicles also led in almost every segment: the Panda in the A segment; the Tipo in the C segment, the 500L in the MPV segment; and the Renegade, Compass and Stelvio in their respective SUV segments.

 

Fiat brand posted May sales of more than 35,300 vehicles with market share of 17.75%.
Year-to-date, brand sales totaled over 172,300 vehicles, with market share at 18.2%.
A total of five brand models ranked in the top ten. Panda was the leader once again in May, with nearly 13,700 vehicles sold and a 41.0% share of the A segment. Together with the 500 (also in the top ten for the month), these two Fiat models accounted for nearly 55.0% of A segment sales. The 500L also made the top ten and was leader in its segment with a 48.9% share. The Tipo led the C segment with a 17.4% share. And the 500X was second in its segment (behind the Jeep Renegade).

 

Lancia sold more than 5,000 vehicles in May with market share at 2.55%.
Year-to-date, brand sales totaled more than 23,100 vehicles with market share of 2.45%.
The Ypsilon posted a strong performance once again in May, ranking fourth overall.

 

Alfa Romeo posted a 3.8% year-over-year increase with nearly 4,800 vehicles sold in May and market share up 15 basis points to 2.4%.
Year-to-date, brand sales were up 15.2% to 23,600 vehicles with market share up 30 basis points to 2.5%.
These results were driven by the Giulia and Stelvio, which have established themselves as leaders in their respective segments. The Giulia remained among the leaders in its segment and the Stelvio continued as leader in its segment with a share of 15.9%.

 

Jeep posted another strong monthly performance with May sales up 129.6% to nearly 9,900 vehicles. This was the brand's best ever monthly performance in Italy with market share up 290 basis points to 5.0%.
Year-to-date, Jeep brand sales more than doubled to 40,300 vehicles, with market share 220 basis points higher at 4.3%.
These continued to be driven by the Renegade and Compass. The Renegade led its segment and ranked third overall with 5,100 vehicles sold and segment share of 18.4%. The Compass, consistently one of the best-selling vehicles in Italy, was leader in its segment with a 14.5% share and ranked in the top ten overall for the month.

 

London, 1 June 2018

 

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