Jeep Wrangler Demand Exceeds Supply, Dealers Voice Concern


There aren’t enough Jeep Wranglers to meet U.S. demand, Chrysler dealerships say.

Over the recent years, Wrangler sales have grown rapidly. In 2009, 82,044 Wranglers sold in the U.S., but in 2010 that figure jumped to 94,310. In 2011, 122,460 Wranglers were sold in the U.S., which was trumped last year by its 141,669 sales figure.

Dealers are voicing their concern that the factories can’t keep up with the demand despite it being a relatively good problem to have.

[Source: Automotive News and Good Car Bad Car]

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