Lawsuits, federal investigations, admissions of guilt in some measure: there’s been plenty of activity at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles of late. FCA has now released corrected sales figures for the overarching company’s U.S. outlets. We’re displaying the new results below, along with the corrected year-over-year change which shows that FCA’s long-running streak of year-over-year improvement wasn’t nearly as long as we were led to believe. The sortable table also shows the difference between the new figures and the old.
Incidentally, the 66-month time span’s corrected sales figures reveal 18,996 more sales under the new tabulation methods than under the old, though 2012 figures are now seen to be much lower and 2013 figures are down slightly. This year, the new method shows a drop of 7450 sales compared with the old. Though FCA sales remain up 5% this year, May volume was actually down 7%, rather than up 1%.
Our sales tracking page for FCA continues to display the old figures for a number of reasons. FCA has not provided a breakdown for every brand and model, which means the new corrected totals would not be in agreement with the combined totals we have for FCA’s brands and models. Moreover, countless more U.S. auto sales figures are differentiated by these correct figures, too: market share, industry totals, etc. This page will be listed among the sales tracking pages and will be referenced for historical accuracy from here on out, but altering every historic FCA figure would be an entirely incomplete process and market share figures for every other automaker would be incorrect. You can download FCA’s full .pdf corrected sales release here.
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