FCA sales in the usa: June 2017 http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/fca-us-reports-june-2017-sales-300482967.html FCA is down overall by about 7% y-on-y BUT the decline is entirely due to old, cheap, entry-level models being withdrawn entirely and especially from the daily rental fleet' low-low margin sales (Jeep Patriot, previous Compass, Dodge Dart, Chrysler 200.) FCA is moving fast (and better than pretty much all other firms) in the usa towards a richer, higher-margin models mix across brands. The new Compass, the new Alfa Stelvio have barely begun deliveries, for example, and the all-new Wrangler is around the corner, as is a heavy facelift (with all-new turbopetrol engines) of the Jeep Cherokee. Meanwhile the brand new supremely good Chrysler Pacifica (including the hybrid and the hybrid+automated-driving Pacifica-s with Google/WayMo), the new Dodge Challenger musclecar variants etc. Meanwhile FCA's brands (esp Ram) have shown the most improved showing in the usa in the J D Power's InitialQuality surveys, the Chrysler Pacifica etc have won more 'awards' from sundry associations, etc. --- Double Post Merged, Jul 3, 2017 --- FCA sales in France and Spain: June 2017 The French car market was flat, FIAT and Jeep were too (y-on-y) which is good since both have outperformed in this market for almost 2 years continuously, BUT Alfa Romeo was up hugely as full sales of the new Giulia and especially the Stelvio d-cuv kicked in. leading to yet another month in which fca (all brands) handily outperformed most other firms and the market-overall-avergae. Spain grew 6odd% overall, FIAT was flat (had been outperforming for more than year), but both Jeep and Alfa Romeo way outperformed.