74 different models (plus the LCV nameplates) allowed Fiat to sell more than 4,2 million units in 2012. I was able to gather data for 4,05 million units by model and here there are the results.
The top-10 is perfectly balanced between both groups. However they are quite different in terms of content. While the Fiat’s best-selling models are small cars (A and B segments), Chrysler ones are big cars belonging to several segments (Pickup, SUV, MPV and a sedan). USA, Brazil and Italy are behind these numbers.
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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