For the second consecutive year, the Jeep brand has set a new all-time global sales record. Sales of 731,565 Jeep vehicles across the globe in 2013 bettered the previous record of 701,626 established in 2012.
Jeep vehicle sales increased 4 per cent globally in 2013 versus 2012, and 3 per cent in the US.
Jeep sales rose 26 per cent in the Asia-Pacific region in 2013. In China – the world’s largest automobile market – Jeep sales grew 29 per cent in 2013.
Jeep vehicle sales were led globally and in the US by Grand Cherokee (255,005 global; 174,275 US), followed by Wrangler (210,715 global; 155,502 US), Compass (121,626 global; 52,993 US), Patriot (103,577 global; 75,797 US) and Cherokee (31,330 global; 25,786 US).
The sales totals for Jeep Compass, Patriot and Wrangler marked their best-ever global and US sales numbers.
2013 marked the fourth consecutive year of increased Jeep sales, both globally and in the US. In 2012 the brand recorded increases of 19 per cent global and 13 per cent in the US versus 2011. The previous two years saw increases of 41 per cent global/41 per cent US, and 24 per cent global/26 per cent US).