Q3 2020 sales figures are in and the Wrangler racked up 54,071 units sold in the US. YTD sales are 150,202 units.
Those low digit vehicles are probably company cars that were turned in by execs. Some put few miles on them or love them and keep them as long as possible before turning them in. They are sold as new because they've never been titled. So they linger a few years after production ends.2 Vipers? Does that mean dealers have had a viper sitting around since 2017 (last production year, right?) and sold them this year?
The dip is from the COVID-related plant shutdowns and dealer lockdowns. YTD, the US market is down 19.3% overall, so any automaker/brand/model that shows a decline lower than that is doing well.its a fair dip in sales, do we have production numbers also for the year comparison to sales? Do we have more info on model specific for the wrangler? Like did people buy more RUbi's than others etc..etc. I'm curious.