The positive sales trend for Chrysler continued into October. Like many previous months, October was one of the company’s best, this one being the best since 2001.
“October marks our 67-th consecutive month of year-over-year sales growth and our best October since 2001.” Reid Bigland, head of US Sales said. “Last month’s sales strength continued to be broad based for the company with eight FCA vehicles setting October sales records across three of our brands.”
Each brand did extremely well in October. The Jeep brand pushed the biggest numbers, but Chrysler still managed show a lot of strength and break records itself. Sales as a whole, including the Chrysler 200, 300, and Town & Country were up 1 percent from last year’s October. The biggest winner in the Chrysler brand was the Town & Country. Its sales were up 4 percent, giving it the best October the minivan has had since 2007.
This year Chrysler is celebrating the 90th anniversary of its brand. To celebrate, Chrysler is producing special limited-edition 90th anniversary vehicles. They are looking to reward loyal fans and drivers.
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