Alfa Romeo Car Sales

Alfa Romeo U.S Sales Figures

Data & Charts for Total Alfa Romeo Brand Sales in the United Stated

Alfa Romeo Sales Data & Trends for the US Automotive Market

Alfa Romeo was re-introduced to the United States in 2008 with the 8C Competizione sports car, of which 90 units were imported into the US, as well as 35 of the 8C Spider.

This was followed by the 4C coupe and spider in 2015. The brand had been previously sold in the US from the mid 1950s until 1995, during which time the Spider (Duetto) was the most popular model. The last Alfa Romeo to be sold during that time was the 164, which had replaced the Milano (known as the 75 in Europe)

Alfa will continue to import all of its vehicles for the US market from Italy. Currently, Alfa Romeo sells the 4C, the Giulia midsized sedan and the Stelvio midsized SUV in the United States.

Below we have the sales figures for the Alfa Romeo Brand in the U.S automotive market. This data comes from the manufacturer directly. View the data tables of the total number of new Alfa Romeo Brand vehicles sold in the U.S. in a given month and year.

Please note: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles stopped reporting monthly US sales figures in Q3 of 2019 and switched to reporting its US sales quarterly. From Q3 of 2019 onwards you will find Q1 data in the March data field, Q2 data in June, Q3 data in September and Q4 data in December.

Also find All Alfa Romeo Data Reports, Alfa Romeo sales in Europe

Monthly Vehicle Sales

Annual Vehicle Sales

Annual Vehicle Sales Chart

Market Share Chart

You can also find sales figures for the Alfa Romeo Giulia, Stelvio, 4C, Spider, 164, Milano

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

  1. This is interesting. Alfa sold 12000 cars, something that never happened before. Even in period of best condition and popularity, Alfa was not present to USA market as much as is now, with only 3 mode. Very, very interesting. And strange same time.

    1. It’s not strange…people are tired of over rated German *hitboxes that are unreliable and expensive to maintain….People are stopping to drink the Kool Aid that Jim “KLAUSE” Jones is pouring….FORZA ALFA BABY

    2. Face it. Alfa Romeo and Fiat are total losers for Chrysler. They brought 2 shit nameplates over from Europe that never sold even when there was far less competition in the US car market. Let’s hope Chrysler and other car companies learn an expensive lesson from this total failure. Keep these two garbage can car makes in Italy where they belong and do the US consumer a favor.

      1. Congratulations George Anderson, you’re a typical callow, unimaginative American car buyer. You drive a teutonic, soulless German or cookie-cutter Japanese vehicle because driving really isn’t important for you…just transportation.
        By the way George, Fiat OWNS Chrysler, so the marques you mention are not “losers for Chrysler”. I suspect that you’ve never driven, let alone seen an Alfa Romeo.

      2. HAHAHAHAHAHA…you’re funny George…Ever since FIAT bought Chrysler the quality of CHRYSLER’s SHITBOXES has improved MASSIVELY !! As well as the interiors….look at the interior of a Grand Cherokee pre FCA and then look at them now….NIGHT AND DAY…but you probably like HARD PLASTIC DAWG !!! Meanwhile Alfa has SMOKED the German competition with the Giulia and Stelvio ….BEST IN CLASS !!! FORZA ALFA BABY !!! THE KING IS BACK !!!

  2. I do appreciate the information that you have collected and presented here. Alfa Romeos are incredible driving automobiles. Unfortunately the Chrysler dealers cannot step up to the German, Japanese, and now the Korean level of service at dealers. Replacement parts are difficult to come by. Alfa and Fiat need strong support and some model breakthroughs otherwise they will be lost.

  3. Well Alfa Romeo needs the right person in the US who truly loves this
    glorious brand but he should also be innovative both in his marketing
    abilities and very influential with the Alfa guys in Italy a person
    like Montezemolo. I think the Alfa Romeo guy has to come up with the
    right stuff like what they are doing presently in Australia total
    credibility in the product by offering a 5year or 6 year guaranty.


  4. I own a 2019 Stelvio, base model purchased new from the local dealership, love the car however Alfa Romeo has decided to make it very hard for owners who, like myself, like to do the scheduled maintenance like oil changes. I can’t reset the scheduled oil change message myself, I have to take it to a dealer to do that and the dealer from which I purchased the car wants $150 just to reset the message. Even though it takes a few minutes to do it they still want to charge me that amount. Also, there’s no mention anywhere in the documentation on how to change the cabin air filter myself. Again I have to go to the dealer to get that done for about $100. All in all a 20,000 mile service costs about $450-$500. I have soured on the Alfa brand even though I like the looks of the Stelvio inside and outside and so far the car has run well and has been reliable.

  5. Forget about those retards like George, the car market is bought since forever by the German Car Lobby. No conspiracy, they all admitted already that this bond exists since decades. I was an Alfa salesman in Germany long ago and I can tell you it’s a real car mafia. I used to ask the car tester of big German car Magazines why they talk bad about Alfa while every single one of them wanted to take the Alfa home instead of a BMW or Mercedes. One said: “VW, BMW and Mercedes spend Millions just on publicity, the publisher won’t let us write a negative test about a German car.” Another said: “If you want a fair test from a non-German car, that only happens if it’s tested against another non-German car.”
    I also worked in a Toyota dealership, as the then new Lexus came to market, a car that broke every reliability test records in the US. If you read this car tested against BMW and Co. in a German magazine, you’ll always read of how a cheap Japanese car it is.

  6. A. Potter here in the San Francisco Bay Area there are several non dealer service points that can look after an Alfa. Are there no shops that specialize in Italian makes in your area? In san Jose the Alfa store is owned by Auto Nation and they were not at all willing to talk a deal or price lower than their “Market Adjustment” surcharge over MSRP. Instead I got an Acura TLX, a car I am very happy with.

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