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Stellantis Post It’s Sales Numbers For The United States In Q4 2022!

Wrangler 4xe Continues To Be America's Best-Selling PHEV...

Stellantis (FCA US, LLC) has released its Q4 2022 sales numbers and its total 2022 sales figures for the United States. For the Q4 period, the automaker sold 347,669 vehicles which was a decrease of 16% over the same period last year. Overall year-to-year numbers were also down a dismal 13% compared to 2021. There is no doubt that growing inflation and high-interest rates played a major role in the company’s results.

With a push towards electrification, FCA US, LLC reported a 26% increase in year-over-year sales of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles. The numbers also showed a 21% increase in PHEV vehicles in Q4 2022.

The Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited 4xe remains America’s best-selling PHEV with a total sales of 43,176 units for 2022. That is an increase of 46% over 2021’s numbers. Sales of the Wrangler 4xe also jumped 22% in Q4 2022.
 
Jeep® –

2023 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Overland 4xe with Off-Road Group. (Jeep).

The 2022 Grand Cherokee 4xe, which went on sale in late 2022, accounted for 5,813 (11%) of Grand Cherokee U.S. sales in the fourth quarter. The vehicles represent the brand’s start of its electrification strategy to provide new levels of efficiency, environmental responsibility, performance, and capability, on and off the road. 

The Jeep Compass increased 14% in total yearly sales versus 2021 and was up 9% in Q4 total U.S. sales versus the same quarter last year. The new Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer continue to gain sales momentum with the vehicles selling a combined 47,995 units in 2022.

Jeep® Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q4 2022
Model Q4 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
Compass 19,209 17,613 9% 86,175 75,642 14%
Wrangler 34,253 39,900 -14% 181,409 204,610 -11%
Gladiator 17,587 18,254 -4% 77,855 89,712 -13%
Cherokee 9,470 10,376 -9% 40,322 89,126 -55%
Grand Cherokee 50,800 74,717 -32% 223,345 264,444 -16%
Renegade 3,773 5,180 -27% 27,549 47,137 -42%
Wagoneer 5,943 5,328 NEW 36,219 5,349 577%
Grand Wagoneer 2,282 2,663 NEW 11,736 2,675 339%
Jeep® Brand 143,317 174,040 -18% 684,614 778,711 -12%

Ram – 

2023 Ram 2500 Rebel Crew Cab 4×4. (Ram).

The Ram brand’s total U.S. sales within its commercial fleet channel increased 28% versus 2021; up 72% in total sales in the Q4 versus the same period last year.   
 
The strength of demand for Ram commercial fleet vehicles gave the Ram ProMaster van its best-ever Q4 total U.S. sales, up 33% versus the same period last year. The Ram ProMaster City sees its best-ever retail sales in Q4, up 102%, and its second-best total U.S. Q4 sales, up 83% versus the same period last year. 

Ram Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q4 2022
Model Q4 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
Ram Pickups 105,255 134,616 -22% 468,344 569,388 -18%
Ram ProMaster 18,905 14,184 33% 60,936 63,361 -4%
Ram ProMaster City 5,713 3,118 83% 15,914 14,579 9%
Ram Brand 129,873 151,921 -15% 545,194 647,331 -16%

Chrysler – 

2023 Chrysler 300C Limited Edition in Velvet Red. (Chrysler).

Chrysler 300 total U.S. sales increased by 15% in Q4 versus the same period last year. Additionally, the new 2023 Chrysler 300C, which was announced during the return of the Detroit Auto Show this past September, saw reservations for the vehicle sell out in 12 hours.  
 
The Pacifica Hybrid accounted for 14,392 (15%) of total Chrysler Pacifica sales of 98,624 in 2022.  
 
The Chrysler brand ranked 11th among mass-market brands in the J.D. Power 2022 U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) Study™ and climbed 28 points from 2021 – the greatest improvement in the mass-market segment.

Chrysler Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q4 2022
Model Q4 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
200 0 10 -100% 2 10 -87%
300 2,330 2,031 15% 14,087 16,662 -15%
Pacifica/Voyager 22,722 38,821 -41% 98,624 98,323 0%
Chrysler Brand 25,052 40,865 -39% 112,713 115,004 -2%

Dodge – 

2023 Dodge Challenger RT Scat Pack 1320 in Plum Crazy. (Dodge).

The Dodge brand’s total U.S. sales in Q4 increased by 15% versus the same quarter last year. The Dodge Challenger retained America’s No. 1 muscle car claim for the second consecutive year.
 
The brand also saw 2022 total U.S. sales of Dodge Challenger increase by 1% and Dodge Charger up 2% versus the 2021 calendar year. Challenger, Charger, and Durango were up 27%, 3%, and 22%, respectively, in Q4 versus the same period last year.  
  
In 2022, the brand also announced the Dodge Hornet, its first electrified vehicle; seven “last call” editions of the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger; and its all-electric Charger Daytona SRT Concept during the brand’s first-ever Speed Week event in August.  
 
Dodge further extended its dominance as a compelling favorite, claiming the top spot among mass-market brands for the third straight year in the J.D. Power APEAL Study™. Dodge was first among mass-market brands for the third consecutive year – the only domestic brand ever to achieve such a streak.  

Dodge Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q4 2022
Model Q4 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
Dart 0 5 -100% 4 10 -60%
Charger 17,414 16,891 3% 80,074 78,389 2%
Challenger 12,966 10,172 27% 55,060 54,314 1%
Viper 0 2 -100% 1 4 -75%
Journey 7 1,062 -97% 194 14,035 -99%
Grand Caravan 1 89 -99% 27 3,037 -99%
Durango 15, 14,516 22% 55,433 65,935 -16%
Dodge Brand 59,756 49,059 22% 190,795 215,724 -12%

Alfa Romeo – 

2023 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Veloce Q4 in Misano Blue. (Alfa Romeo).

The premium Italian performance brand managed to sell 3,031 units during Q4. Leading the way for the brand was the Alfa Romeo Stelvio with 1,601 units leaving dealers.

Alfa Romeo Brand U.S. Sales Summary Q4 2022
Model Q4 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
4C 0 1 -100% 1 77 -99%
Giulia 1,430 1,520 -6% 5,092 7,634 -33%
Stelvio 1,601 2,536 -37% 7,752 10,539 -26%
Alfa Brand 3,031 4,057 -25% 12,845 18,250 -30%

FIAT – 

2022 Fiat 500X Yacht Club Capri Special Edition. (FIAT).

With one vehicle left in its lineup (500X), the rest of the lineup was discontinued from the United States marketplace after 2020. Unfortunately, the sales of the Italian brand in the American marketplace are under 1,000 units for the 2022. 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 Q4 2022
Model Q4 Sales Vol % Change CYTD Sales Vol % Change
Curr Yr Pr Yr Curr Yr Pr Yr
500 0 33 -100% 8 51 -84%
500L 0 13 -100% 8 190 -96%
500X 118 201 -41% 875 1,181 -26%
124 Spider 0 20 -100% 24 952 -97%
FIAT Brand 118 267 -56% 915 2,374 -61%

Robert S. Miller

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Every single brand was down. I hope this sends a message to STLA executives that prices are way too high.

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Every single brand was down. I hope this sends a message to STLA executives that prices are way too high.

Again if follow the company, the revenue very likely to be up.

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ASPs will start to go down, watch.

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ASPs will start to go down, watch.

Lesson from bankruptcy was get rid of some volume. The company will walk away from some marketshare+ cut production + use of interest rate discount financing (new Captive In-House financing unit, a focus of Manley:Stellantis ramps up U.S. captive finance arm )

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If this leadership group can't keep three shifts running @ 10% EBIT, I'm not interested in their product. I'm not here to make STLA rich, and neither is the US consumer. There's a middle ground here. STLA is way past that line. I'm not interested in passion brand / oligopoly capitalism.

I'll sooner buy Toyota than continue to enrich STLA. 6th generation 4Runner drops next year.

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