For the first time ever, Chrysler (FCAU) has outsold Ford (F) in US retail sales, reports Reuters.
Retail sales refers to only cars sold directly to consumers, not counting sales of fleet vehicles to corporate customers. Including fleet sales, Ford moved 223,666 cars and Fiat Chrysler group sold 186,864. General Motors (GM), meanwhile, saw sales slip slightly year over year and sold 265,825 cars.
For the industry as a whole, it was another good month as car sales continue to go up. 2015 is expected to see even more growth in car sales, as the market continues its recovery from the historic low it saw in the aftermath of the credit crisis.