Jeep Looks for One Million in Global Sales for 2014

As we reported previously, the Jeep brand logged record-breaking global sales in 2013, which trumped the off-road automaker's previous all-time best set just one year earlier. Now, only three weeks into 2014, they're looking to augment their worldwide deliveries again, and substantially.

More specifically, the CEO of the American automaker's Italian brand, Sergio Marchionne, has stated that he believes that the Jeep brand will sell one million units globally in 2014. Announced during an interview held at the currently-ongoing North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the speculation is one that we at Premier Cape Cod look forward to seeing achieved.

Of course, we know that it won't be easy. With a pace-setting 731,565 new Jeep models sold globally in 2013, reaching the one-million marker will require the brand to bolster their distributions by an ample 37 percent this year.

That's most certainly possible. In fact, if you recall, the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Wrangler posted global deliveries to the tune of 223,196 and 194,142 units respectively in 2013.  Moreover, the recently-reintroduced Cherokee exploded onto the scene with fruitful sales in its first two months at brand dealerships.

Naturally, we will continue to follow this intriguing story and update you when any interesting details arise. However, in the meantime, we welcome you to visit our Jeep experts in Hyannis, MA. During your stopover to 460 Yarmouth Road, our team is happy to detail vehicle specs while addressing questions and arranging tests drives in the various models that grab your attention.

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