Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have released their sales for January 2014 in Europe, where they sold over 60,000 vehicles, and saw a real increase over the previous January, particularly in the UK.
These vehicle sales gave Fiat Chrysler 6.2% of the market with the main increases in the UK (up 22.2%) and Spain (up 12.6%). Fiat own several brands including the following: Lancia, Jeep, Chrysler, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and Maserati. The sales totals of all these are recorded below.
The most popular sellers of the Fiat Brand are the Fiat 500 and the Fiat Panda and these 2 cars are still the 2 most popular city cars in Europe. The Fiat brand alone saw an increase of 25.4% in the UK and a 30.5% increase in Spain. In total the Fiat brand sold almost 46,000 vehicles across Europe and this is down 2.8% from January 2013.
As mentioned above, the Fiat 500 and Panda are the two most popular cars in the city car class and the 500 alone covered 43% of all Fiat sales for January 2014. The 500 had 14.1% of the city car class sales and the Panda 13.1%.
Lancia/Chrysler sold almost 6,900 vehicles which is an increase of 11% over the previous January. Sales of the Ypsilon saw an increase of 30% for the European market.
Jeep sold over 2,200 vehicles which was an increase of 10% over January 2013. The Jeep brand saw a massive increase from January 2013 of 64.8% in the UK, 22.6% in France and 10.8% in Germany.
Alfa Romeo sales totalled over 4,500 vehicles which is down 20.3% over last year. Sales in Italy were good with the MiTo still number one in its segment and the Giulietta number two in its sector.
Ferrari and Maserati which are the luxury and performance brands of Fiat Chrysler totalled sales of 703 vehicles. This is a 152.9% increase over this time last year.