On its first full year, the Freemont had interesting results considering its price. Fiat sold around 38.000 units of this D-MPV in Europe, Brazil and China. Making use of the good demand the Journey had in these markets, Fiat launched the Freemont based on the same attributes of its twin brother: comfort, and a crossover spirit for looking for a SUV and a MPV at the same time. Italy was the largest market for the Freemont, counting for 38% of total sales. Brazil comes next with 30%, and is followed by Germany, France, and Spain. Besides the excellent position in A-Segment, and recently in B-MPV with the 500L, Fiat is one of the leaders in D-MPV thanks to the Freemont. In countries where the brand is quite unpopular/unknown, this Fiat impresses with high share on larger MPV segment. In Sweden it controlled 14% of the segment, and in Germany, a difficult market due to the VW Sharan and Ford Galaxy/S-Max, the Freemont got a not bad 7,3% of share. In Brazil, it has to compete with the Journey and a few more, as this kind of cars are very expensive over there. As it was a new product, its sales jumped everywhere.