You read that right: FCA’s Alfa Romeo brand has sold more vehicles in the first two months of 2017 in the U.S. than it has in all of 2016.
Specifically, Alfa recorded 551 combined deliveries between January and February of 2017 compared to 527 deliveries in all of calendar year 2016.
The all-new Alfa Romeo Giulia sport-luxury sedan is single-handedly responsible for the sales growth, accounting for 482 units of the 551 units, with the remaining 123 units being attributable to the Alfa Romeo 4C sports car. And of the 482 units of the Giulia sold between January and February of 2017, the majority (412 units) were delivered in February.
Sales Numbers - Alfa Romeo - United States
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The Fiat Chrysler Authority Take
FCA has lofty sales targets for the Alfa Romeo brand, and these results are a big first step in achieving those goals. Here’s to hoping this impressive growth trend continues well into the future.
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