Fiat-Chrysler sold 4,2 million cars in 2012. That’s 6% more than a year earlier. After the several posts regarding the results by brand, models and countries, it is time for a final article that contains general results worldwide. All the information featured in the coming charts is the result of my own data research and analysis. This is not official information.
Many of the information contained in these charts are estimations and may not correspond to the group’s official information.
Source: Autoblog.com.ar, Automotive.co.at, Best-selling cars Blog, Focus2move.com, tela.com.br, Good Car Bad Car, Motor.com.co, Autonet.hr, portal.sda-cia.cz, bilimp.dk, mnt.ee, trafi.fi, kfz-betrieb.vogel.de, seaa.gr, hkmta.com, us.is, beepbeep.ie, unrae.it, jaia-jp.org, lpaa.lv, lavieeco.com, raivereniging.nl, mia.org.nz, brummebil.hpage.com, carmarket.com.pl, motoresmagazine.net, raycee1234.blogspot.it, ads-slo.org, carmag.co.za, aniacam.com, bilsweden.se, autoblog.com.uy, cavenez.com. Many thanks to Manuela Todeschini from Colitalia Autos Colombia, Silvio Donato from Anfia Italy, Paula Silva from Fiat Chile, Robert Breton from Fiat Dominican Republic, Robert Gabor from Fiat Hungary. Thanks also to my friend Yvess Milliere, Vitaly Plochotnikow, Leonardo Zanella.
A car industry passionate, with interests in marketing, benchmarking, industry data, trends. I like everything regarding new launches, new car registrations world wide. Marketing and finance professional with international work experience.
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