US light-vehicle February 2019 Sales. FCA US LLC reported today that the Jeep® Cherokee set an all-time February sales record, despite another month of bitter weather across key selling regions for the brand. The Ram brand scored another record month as well, on the back of award-winning products in the hot light-duty and heavy-duty markets.

Following 11 straight months of year-over-year sales increases, the company’s overall U.S. February sales retreated 2 percent to 162,036 vehicles in a soft market, compared with sales of 165,903 vehicles in February 2018. The Jeep brand is returning to a more “normal” sales cadence after benefiting from both the new and old Wrangler coming off the production lines this time last year. >

Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA), importer and distributor of the Porsche 911, 718 Boxster and Cayman, Panamera, Cayenne, and Macan model lines, today announced that February retail sales rose 10.1 percent from a year earlier to 4,826. It was a second record month in a row, getting 2019 off to a strong start. >

Volkswagen of America reports 3.6 pct. decline for February; •25,706 total units reported in February •Jetta sales up 55 pct. to 7,109 •New Tiguan sales total 8,079 units, up 7.9 pct., leading the brand •SUV sales total 12,969 in February, making up 50 pct. of sales •CPO sales totaled 7,645 units, up 14 pct.