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Stellantis Post It’s Sales Numbers For The United States In Q1 2022!

Grand Cherokee Shows A Strong Q1...

During the first quarter (Q1) of 2022, Stellantis (FCA US LLC) sold 405,221 vehicles in the United States. It marked a decline of 14% compared to last year’s sales during the same time period, with retail sales being down 13%. However, the automaker did have some positive notes during the Q1. 

  • Jeep® Grand Cherokee notched its best-ever Q1 total and retail sales, with total sales up 36% and retail sales up 44%.
  • Total United States sales for the Jeep Compass rose 22%, and retail sales increased 23% versus Q1 2021.
  • Ram brand recorded its best Q1 retail sales year ever for the ProMaster van, up 27% versus the previous Q1.
  • Total commercial shipments in Q1 rose 13% versus the same Q1 last year.

“Despite being impacted by the existing supply chain constraints facing our industry, we continue to see strong demand for our vehicles,” said U.S. Head of Sales Jeff Kommor. “Our dealer network continues to demonstrate great flexibility as we balance and prioritize these demands in offsetting market conditions.

Jeep® Brand – 

2022 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve 4×4. (Jeep).

Jeep® brand retail sales were even versus the same quarter last year. Jeep Grand Cherokee notched its best-ever Q1 total and retail sales, with total sales up 36% and retail sales up 44%. Total United States sales for the Jeep Compass rose 22% while retail sales increased 23% year over year. 

The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4xe, the best-selling plug-in (PHEV) vehicle in the United States, accounted for 8,346 (18%) of total Jeep Wrangler sales.

Jeep® Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q1 2022
Model Q1 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
Compass 24,408 19,959 22% 24,408 19,959 22%
Wrangler 45,551 49,646 -8% 45,551 49,646 -8%
Gladiator 17,912 18,822 -5% 17,912 18,822 -5%
Cherokee 10,079 37,923 -73% 10,079 37,923 -73%
Grand Cherokee 75,117 55,198 36% 75,117 55,198 36%
Renegade 9,990 15,997 -38% 9,990 15,997 -38%
Wagoneer 7,055 0 NEW 7,055 0 NEW
Grand Wagoneer 3,169 0 NEW 3,169 0 NEW
Jeep® Brand 193,281 197,545 -2% 193,281 197,545 -2%

Ram Brand – 

2022 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn Crew Cab 4×4 Off-Road. (Ram).

Ram brand recorded its best Q1 retail sales year ever for the ProMaster van, with sales up 27% versus the previous first quarter. The brand’s total commercial shipments are up a combined 7% versus the previous Q1.

Ram Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q1 2022
Model Q1 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
Ram Pickups 127,116 148,836 -15% 127,116 148,836 -15%
Ram ProMaster 9,328 10,880 -14% 9,328 10,880 -14%
Ram ProMaster City 1,709 3,204 -47% 1,709 3,204 -47%
Ram Brand 138,153 162,920 -15% 138,153 162,920 -15%

Chrysler Brand – 

2022 Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle Hybrid. (Chrysler).

Pacifica Hybrid accounted for 4,164 (16%) of total Chrysler Pacifica sales. Chrysler did sell 2 units of their midsized 200 sedans, which ended production in 2017 from leftover inventory.

Chrysler Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q1 2022
Model Q1 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
200 2 1 100% 2 1 100%
300 2,745 5,394 -49% 2,745 5,394 -49%
Pacifica/Voyager 26,366 34,342 -23% 26,366 34,342 -23%
Chrysler Brand 29,113 39,737 -27% 29,113 39,737 -27%

 

Dodge Brand – 

2022 Dodge Challenger GT RWD (near) and 2022 Dodge Charger Scat Pack Widebody, with HEMI® Orange Appearance Package. (Dodge).

Dodge dealers managed to sell a number of leftover vehicles during Q1 2022. There was 1 Dart (discontinued in 2016), 111 Journeys, and 18 Grand Caravans (both discontinued in 2020). While the Dodge Charger was the best-selling nameplate for the brand in Q1, there were only 1,000 units separating it from the second-place Dodge Durango.

Dodge Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q1 2022
Model Q1 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
Dart 1 1 0% 1 1 0%
Charger 15,439 19,740 -22% 15,439 19,740 -22%
Challenger 11,124 15,096 -26% 11,124 15,096 -26%
Viper 0 2 -100% 0 2 -100%
Journey 111 6,880 -98% 111 6,880 -98%
Grand Caravan 18 1,709 -99% 18 1,709 -99%
Durango 14,349 20,560 -30% 14,349 20,560 -30%
Dodge Brand 41,043 63,988 -36% 41,043 63,988 -36%

Alfa Romeo Brand – 

2022 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio in Ocra GT. (Alfa Romeo).

The Alfa Romeo brand managed to sell 3,291 units of their Italian-built lineup in the United States.

Alfa Romeo Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q1 2022
Model Q1 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
4C 1 24 -96% 1 24 -96%
Giulia 1,145 2,065 -96% 1,145 2,065 -96%
Stelvio 2,145 2,557 -16% 2,145 2,557 -16%
Alfa Brand 3,291 4,646 -29% 3,291 4,646 -29%

FIAT Brand – 

2022 Fiat 500X Pop with Sport Appearance Package. (FIAT).

With one vehicle left in its lineup (500X), the rest of the lineup was discontinued from the United States marketplace after 2020. This means 1 500, 1 500L, and 5 124 Spiders were sold during the Q1 period. Unfortunately, the sales of the Italian brand in the American marketplace are under 400 units. It is safe to say that until FIAT introduces some new product, the FIAT experiment has failed in the United States.

FIAT Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q1 2022
Model Q1 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
500 1 4 -75% 1 4 -75%
500L 1 69 -99% 1 69 -99%
500X 333 265 26% 333 265 26%
124 Spider 5 477 -99% 5 477 -99%
FIAT Brand 340 815 -58% 340 815 -58%

 

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only a Co-Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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amazing they made a sold that many with the Chip constraints

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Somethings off in the chart or article. Article states promaster +27 chart shows promaster -14%

Edit - I guess it does clarify retail +27%. Which means very few promasters sold to retail. Supports my view that promaster sales are low compared to transit due primarily to the passenger/family van segment that promaster doesn't really play in.

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Not bad considering all the constraints being placed on the auto industry during this economic crisis. Inflation, rising interest rates and supply chain issues brought on by chaotic government policies are to blame for the stagnation of the industry. As stated, not bad considering.

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GW outsold Navigator.
W almost outsold Expedition.
W/GW combined close to Escalade.

Explorer not doing well while GC L doing well. Durango not as bad as i'd expect with the GC L around.

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GW outsold Navigator.
W almost outsold Expedition.
W/GW combined close to Escalade.

Explorer not doing well while GC L doing well. Durango not as bad as i'd expect with the GC L around.

Still for all the hype of W and GW, they are on a pace for only 40k units a year. All of that $$$ spent bringing them to market should have been spent on the Charger and Challenger revamp.
The Durango is holding because not everybody wants a Jeep, and the GC - L's have had so many problems. Look at the WL forums and see all of the issues, including a lot of buybacks.

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