Jeep has announced that it set an all-time global sales record last year with 731,565 units sold worldwide.
This is the second year in a row that Jeep has set a record, when in 2012 it had sold 701,626 vehicles. It is also the fourth consecutive year that the American automaker has seen its sales increase globally and in the U.S. In China, Jeep saw its sales grow 29 percent last year.
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Jeep’s best-selling model last year was the Grand Cherokee, which moved 255,005 units worldwide. It was followed by the Wrangler (210,715), Compass (121,626), Patriot (103,577) and Cherokee (31,330).
“Jeep vehicles have now recorded sales increases both globally and in the U.S. market for four consecutive years, with back-to-back global sales records,” said Jeep boss Mike Manley. “Customers clearly appreciate the new Jeep vehicle lineup that delivers vastly improved on-road driving dynamics and fuel efficiency, in addition to legendary, benchmark 4×4 capability.”
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