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Fiat-Chrysler’s global sales rose 12.7 percent in January


Fiat-Chrysler increased global sales by 12.7 percent in January compared with the same month last year. The group was helped by strong sales of the Fiat brand in Brazil and Chrysler vehicles in North America. Fiat-Chrysler sales reached 329,800 units in January, Fiat said in a report released on its investor relation website cited by Automotive News Europe. North America remained Fiat-Chrysler's ...
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Ford sales in Europe down 22 percent in January
Ford’s overall vehicle sales in Europe totaled 74,000 units in January, down 22 percent. The decline reflected the overall industry sales decline as well as key model changeovers such as Fiesta ...
Ford gains commercial-vehicle market share in January
Strong demand for the all-new Transit Custom helped Ford of Europe gain market share in commercial vehicles in January. Ford sold 13,000 commercial vehicles in January in the traditional 19 European ...
Volkswagen Group global deliveries up 14.9 percent in January
The Volkswagen Group posted a 14.9 percent increase in deliveries for January which totaled 749,900 vehicles. Deliveries in the Asia-Pacific region rose as a result of the special situation in China. ...
Skoda January deliveries down 7.8 percent to 69,500 vehicles
Skoda delivered over 69,500 vehicles to customers in January 2013, down 7.8 percent compared to the same month last year. Deliveries of Skoda's best-selling model, the Octavia, were down 14.9 per ...
Jaguar Land Rover January sales up 32 percent worldwide
Jaguar Land Rover sold 34,877 vehicles globally during the first month of 2013, an increase of 32 percent versus the same period last year. January sales increased across every major market ...
Volkswagen brand deliveries rise 17.4 percent in January
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand last month delivered 491,900 models to customers worldwide, an increase of 17.4 percent compared to January 2012. Deliveries in the overall European market for the first ...
Porsche global sales up 25 percent in January
Porsche AG delivered a total of 12,061 new vehicles worldwide in January 2013, accounting for an increase of 25.5 percent compared to January 2012. “The new year started very well for ...
Nissan’s European market share stagnated at 3.9 percent in January
Nissan today announced it maintained its market share of 3.9 percent in January 2013, selling 47,449 units during the month versus 55,098 units in January 2012. Although Nissan's overall market share ...
Kia posts 13.9 percent rise in global sales in January
Kia Motors Corporation announced worldwide sales of 211,088 vehicles in January, accounting for a year-on-year increase of 13.9 percent. The figures include passenger cars, recreational vehicles (RVs) and commercial vehicles. In ...

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