Jeep® Brand Increases Sales

The Jeep® Wrangler, the world’s benchmark off-road vehicle, and the Jeep Liberty mid-size SUV each posted double-digit percentage sales increases, setting a new sales record through the month of September, with Wrangler being the top-selling model this year. Along with Wrangler and Liberty, the Jeep brand’s 24 percent increase in September sales was driven by the new Jeep Compass. Sales of the Compass, now offering Trail Rated® 4×4 capability, were up 306 percent. September marked the Jeep brand’s 17th-consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains and best September since 2007. Not to be outdone, sales of Jeep Grand Cherokee were up 78 percent through September this year compared with the same nine-month period last year. Since its introduction, the 2012 Grand Cherokee has captured more than 30 awards from an array of opinion-leading organizations making it the most awarded SUV ever, and delivers on the road and off.

2 Responses to “Jeep® Brand Increases Sales”

  1. Janice Gaskins

    We have been with chrysler cars for many years. We decided to buy a 2011 jeep patriot in may and really love it. We are in our 70’s and it’s the perfect size for us. Hope to have it for many more years.

  2. Dear Mr. Manley,

    I am writing to you to express my dismay with your company.  Recently
    our 2008 Jeep Patriot with 53,000 miles caught fire in our driveway –
    the engine was off, and the car was destroyed.  Here is the case
    number #21475841.  I just received a very BLASE letter today from your
    company saying that “your” inspector could find no manufacturing
    defect and thanks again for your concerNs blah blah blah.  First of
    all, the car was in mint condition, and if a car that is parked , with
    the engine off does not signify some type of manufacturing defect,
    then how would you describe what happened?   MOST IMPORTANTLY,  WE
    LOVE JEEPS – the only reason why I contacted your company (aside from
    letting you know that this happened) is because we would love to buy
    another jeep, and were contacting your company to see if they could
    offer us an incentive – something that would say “Hey sorry that
    happened, and that we are happy to hear that your two dogs got out of
    the car in time etc…”.  Our insurance declared a total loss, but
    still it is not enough for us to invest more money into purchasing
    another jeep after such an experience.   We also had a $1,000
    deductible, so we are out of that money.

    I am writing to you to let you know that we would love to continue buy
    one of your jeeps, and have looked into purchasing , but without any
    incentive from your company, we just can’t do it. Besides, it is
    rather disheartening in these economic times that an automobile in
    mint condition would just catch fire and not have the company offer
    any incentive to make amends.  We are not looking for cash from you,
    but help towards purchasing one of your own vehicles.
    Thank you for letting me vent, as you can imagine, unexpected
    incidents like this are very stressful, esp. in these economic times.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Once again – Thank you.

    Sincerely – TOM 


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