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il cv di Michael Manley:
He served as Executive Vice President of Business Development, International Sales and Marketing of Chrysler Motors LLC since May 1, 2007. Mr. Manley served as Executive Vice President of International Sales and Product Planning Operations of Chrysler LLC until December 2008 and Executive Vice President of Global Product Planning Operations since December 2008. He served as Executive Vice President of Business Development and Executive Vice President of International Sales and Marketing at Old Carco LLC until December 2008. He served as Executive Vice President of international sales and global product planning operations at Old Carco LLC. He served as Executive Vice President of International Sales and Business Development of Chrysler LLC. He served as Vice President of Sales Strategy and Dealer Operations of Chrysler Group, DaimlerChrysler since 2006 Vice President of Dealer Operations and since 2003.
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FCA shifts Kuniskis to Alfa, Maserati; Bigland role reduced
FCA: Another dip amid flee from fleets
January 3, 2018 @ 11:08 am
Larry P. Vellequette
UPDATED: 1/3/18 7:26 pm ET – adds U.S. market share data
DETROIT — FCA US extended its losing streak to a 16th consecutive month in December as sales fell 11 percent to 171,946 vehicles. Just Chrysler and the fledgling Alfa Romeo brand posted gains last month. The company’s fleet mix dropped to 12 percent for the month from 19 percent a year ago.
For the year, FCA US sales dropped 8.2 percent to 2,059,376.
Brands: Jeep down 12%; Ram down 6.9%; Chrysler up 2.6%; Fiat down 33%; Dodge down 23%; Alfa Romeo 2,034 vehicles.
Notable nameplates: Ram pickup down 5.6%; Chrysler Pacifica up 8.4%; Jeep Cherokee up 18%; Jeep Grand Cherokee up 1.6%; Jeep Wrangler down 13%; Jeep Compass up 9.9%; Dodge Journey down 57%; Alfa Romeo Stelvio, sales of 997 vehicles.
U.S. market share: 10.8% in Dec. 2017, down from 11.5% in Dec. 2016; 12% for all of 2017, down from 12.9% in 2016.
Incentives: $4,260 per vehicle, down 0.3% from a year earlier, according to ALG.
Average transaction price: $34,647, up 4% from a year earlier, ALG says.
Fleet mix: 12%. Fleet sales down 42% from a year earlier. Retail deliveries down 3%.
Inventory: 554,384 vehicles, an 84-day supply, down from 88 in November.
Did you know? FCA’s 88% retail mix is the highest since the automaker emerged from bankruptcy. By way of comparison, in March 2010, fleet sales represented 36% of what was then Chrysler Group’s sales, triple the current mix.
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