Sales of Jeep Patriot crossover, Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart sedans are on the riseOctober 8, 2020
The Italian concern FCA announced that in the third quarter of this year it managed to sell several copies of the Jeep Patriot crossover, as well as the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart sedans.
Earlier this week, we reported that Dodge sold two copies of its sporty Viper in Q3 2020, even though the sports car ceased to exist in mid-August 2017. A closer look at FCA’s Q3 sales chart reveals quite a few other now defunct car names that were nonetheless sold in the previous quarter.
The Dodge Dart sedan is on the sales schedule – the total number of units sold for 2020 has reached six cars.
Compact sedan sales are down 54% from the full year of 2019, when 13 new vehicles were sold. The Dart was actually discontinued before the Viper – the last one was produced back in September 2016.
Mechanically linked to the Dodge Dart, the Chrysler 200 sedan was slightly more popular in the third quarter as FCA sold four such vehicles. In the first three quarters of this year, seven people bought this compact sedan, down 84% from the 45 vehicles sold during calendar 2019.
In addition, according to the results of the third quarter of this year, there was an increase in sales of the Jeep Patriot – only one copy of this car was purchased. Compared to last year, sales fell 90%. Like the Jeep Compass, the Patriot was discontinued in December 2016.
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