14 July 2017

June 2017 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Sales in Europe


In June, FCA sales in Europe were up 7.9% (versus 2.1% for the industry) to 106,700 vehicles. Market share was 30 basis points higher at 6.9%. Alfa Romeo posted a 36.7% sales increase over the prior year, while Fiat brand sales were up 9.1%. The Fiat 500 and Fiat Panda dominated the A segment once again, with a combined share of around 30.0%. The Fiat 500L was the best selling vehicle in the Small MPV segment with a 25.4% share. The Fiat 500X and Jeep Renegade continued among the top ten in the Small SUV segment. The Fiat Tipo, best-seller in the Italian C segment, continued to improve its position in the European rankings. The Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia, already leaders in their respective segments in Italy, also continued to register gains across Europe.


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles outperformed the European industry (EU28+EFTA) once again in June, with sales up 7.9% year-over-year (+2.1% for the industry) to 106,700 vehicles. Market share was 30 basis points higher at 6.9%.
FCA also outperformed the industry for the six months year-to-date, with sales up 10.5% (versus 4.6%) to 609,100 vehicles.
The Group registered increases in all major markets, with June sales up 12.8% in Italy, 2.6% in Germany (versus -3.5% for the market), 6.7% in France and 3.1% in Spain.


Fiat brand posted European sales of nearly 82,700 vehicles, a year-over-year increase of 9.1%, with market share 40 basis points higher at 5.4%.
In addition to Italy, where sales were up 15.8%, the brand also posted increases of 7.9% in Germany and 1.3% in France.
Year-to-date, brand sales were up 11.1% to nearly 466,000 vehicles, with market share 30 basis points higher at 5.5%.
The brand remained the undisputed leader in the European A segment with the 500 and Panda accounting for a combined share of nearly 30.0% (both June and the year-to-date). In June, sales of the 500 totaled nearly 19,000 vehicles, while Panda sales totaled more than 17,600 vehicles. For the year-to-date, the two models posted respective increases of 5.0% and 1.7%.
The Tipo, already established as C segment leader in Italy, was among the top ten in its segment in Europe with more than 16,100 vehicles sold in June. The 500L was also best- seller in its segment with a share of more than 25.0% for both June and the year-to-date. In addition, the 500X was among the top five in its segment, as was the 124 Spider, which posted a 19.3% sales increase in June.


Lancia/Chrysler posted June sales of more than 4,600 vehicles with share at 0.3%. Year-to-date, brand sales totaled nearly 37,500 vehicles, with European share at 0.4%.
In Italy, the Lancia Ypsilon was among the top ten overall and third in the B segment with a 9.4% share.


Alfa Romeo posted June sales of more than 9,100 vehicles, an increase of 36.7% year-over- year, with market share 20 basis points higher at 0.6%. Brand sales were up 23.1% in Italy, 8.0% in the UK, 24.4% in Germany, 57.8% in Spain and 73.0% in France.
Year-to-date, brand sales were up 39.7% to 46,150 vehicles, with share 10 basis points higher at 0.5%.
Driving this result were the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Giulia. The Stelvo, the brand's first-ever SUV, is already segment leader in Italy and continued to climb the European ranking with more than 1,700 vehicles sold in June (of which, 58.7% outside of Italy). With nearly 3,000 vehicles sold, the Giulia is also first in its segment in Italy and rapidly positioning itself among the European leaders, even without a station wagon as offered by its premium competitors.


Jeep brand sales in Europe totaled nearly 9,350 vehicles and market share was 0.6%.
For the year-to-date, sales totaled nearly 54,000 vehicles with share at 0.6%.
The brand's June sales were up 18.7% in Italy, 0.9% in France and 28.7% in Spain.
The Jeep Renegade continued among the top ten in the Small SUV segment once again in June with sales up 3.9% to nearly 7,400 vehicles. For the six months year-to-date, sales of the Renegade were 4.9% higher than the same period in 2016.


For Maserati, the Group's luxury brand, European sales totaled 902 vehicles in June and 5,568 for the year-to-date.


London, 14 July 2017


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