FCA Sales In North America Decline With Lower Jeep Demand
According to Automotive News, sales for Fiat Chrysler fell by 7-percent during March.
The drop marked the second consecutive monthly decline in vehicle sales for FCA in North America, after 11 consecutive months of gains.
Overall, vehicle sales dropped by 3 percent in the United States during March.
For FCA, the loss of sales was attributed to weak demand for the Jeep brand.
Although pickup truck sales increased by 15-percent for Dodge Ram, deliveries for Jeep fell by 11-percent.