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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Authorized Fiat 500e Dealers Outside CA and OR

Fiat 500e

Here is a list of Fiat dealers outside of California and Oregon that are certified to fully service the Fiat 500e EV.

Introduced in 2013 and originally only sold in California and then later in Oregon, used Fiat 500e models have now begun migrating across the country. Don't be surprised if you see one for sale locally.

Fiat 500e interior


The Fiat 500e all-electric vehicle has been widely acclaimed by the experts and owners alike as a stylish, fun to drive car. Combining the award-winning Fiat 500 with an advanced EV drivetrain at an affordable price has made the Fiat 500e hard to beat. Now with used prices typically in the $10,000 range or less, a used 500e is one of the most affordable electric cars you can buy. Test drive one and you may be hooked!



Fiat Dealers Authorized to Work on Fiat 500e Electric Cars outside California and Oregon


ARIZONA

  • Everett Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Springdale AR
  • Bill Luke Tempe FIAT & Alfa Romeo - Tempe AZ
  • FIAT of Scottsdale - Scottsdale AZ
  • Fisher Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Yuma AZ


COLORADO

  • Mike Ward Alfa Romeo of South Denver - Highlands Ranch CO
  • Perkins Motor Company, Inc. - Colorado Springs CO
  • Flower Motor Co Inc - Montrose CO
  • Larry H. Miller FIAT Denver - Denver CO


CONNECTICUT

  • Valenti Alfa Romeo - Hartford CT


DELAWARE

  • i.g. Burton Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Milford DE


FLORIDA

  • South Miami Alfa Romeo - Miami FL
  • Arrigo FIAT Sawgrass - Tamarac FL
  • Arrigo Alfa Romeo Palm Beach - West Palm Beach FL
  • Greenway FIAT - Orlando FL
  • Alfa Romeo FIAT of Daytona - Daytona Beach FL
  • FIAT of Winter Haven - Winter Haven FL
  • FIAT of Ft. Myers - Fort Myers FL
  • Jacksonville Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT - Jacksonville FL
  • FIAT of Melbourne - Melbourne FL


GEORGIA

  • Landmark FIAT of Atlanta - Atlanta GA
  • Don Jackson FIAT - Morrow GA


IOWA

  • Dan Deery Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Waterloo IA
  • Pat McGrath Dodge Country - Cedar Rapids IA


ILLINOIS

  • New City Alfa Romeo FIAT of Chicago - Chicago IL
  • Coronet Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram FIAT - Peru IL



  • KENTUCKY
  • Mann Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram - Richmond KY


MASSACHUSETTS

  • Central Alfa Romeo of Norwood - Norwood MA


MARYLAND

  • Criswell Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram and FIAT - Gaithersburg MD
  • Heritage FIAT Owings Mills - Owings Mills MD


MAINE

  • Central Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Waterville ME


MICHIGAN

  • Golling FIAT - Metro Detroit - Bloomfield Hills MI
  • Suburban FIAT - Ann Arbor MI
  • Zeigler FIAT of Grandville - Grandville MI
  • Lafontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT of Lansing - Lansing MI
  • Slingerland Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Corunna MI


MISSOURI

  • Warrensburg Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Warrensburg MO


NORTH CAROLINA

  • Steve White Motors - Newton NC
  • Mike Toler Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Morehead City NC


NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Crosstown Motors - Littleton NH


NEW JERSEY

  • Lester Glenn Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Toms River NJ


OKLAHOMA

  • Hoyte Chrysler Durant - Durant OK
  • Chris Nikel Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Broken - Arrow OK
  • Bartlesville CDJR FIAT - Bartlesville OK


SOUTH CAROLINA

  • Addy's Harbor Dodge Ram FIAT - Myrtle Beach SC


TEXAS

  • Nyle Maxwell FIAT Alfa Romeo - Austin TX
  • Greenville Chrysler - Greenville TX
  • Ewing Alfa Romeo FIAT - Fort Worth TX
  • Peters Chevrolet Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT - Longview TX
  • Glenn Polk Autoplex - Gainesville TX
  • Helfman FIAT Alfa Romeo Maserati - Houston TX
  • Toliver Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram - Corsicana TX
  • Alfa Romeo FIAT of the Rio Grande Valley - Weslaco TX
  • Stanley Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT Brownwood - Brownwood TX
  • FIAT of Mckinney - Mckinney TX
  • Port Lavaca Dodge Chrysler Jeep Port - Lavaca TX
  • Bruner Motors Inc - Stephenville TX
  • Love Field Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Dallas TX
  • All American Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT of San Angelo - San Angelo TX


VIRGINIA

  • Pomoco FIAT of Newport News - Newport News VA
  • Southern FIAT of Norfolk - Norfolk VA
  • Dick Myers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Harrisonburg VA
  • Safford of Winchester - Winchester VA
  • Blackwell Auto Group - Danville VA
  • Safford Alfa Romeo FIAT of Fredericksburg - Fredericksburg VA


WASHINGTON

  • Alfa Romeo and FIAT of Tacoma - Tacoma WA
  • Car Pros FIAT of Seattle - Renton WA


WISCONSIN

  • Palmen FIAT - Kenosha WI
  • Pischke Motors, Inc. - West Salem WI
  • Schlossman Dodge City Chrysler Jeep Ram FIAT - Brookfield WI
  • Brickner's of Wausau - Wausau WI
  • Chilson Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT - Chippewa Falls WI
  • Van Horn Dodge - Plymouth WI
  • Bergstrom Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT of Kaukauna - Kaukauna WI


WEST VIRGINIA

  • Astorg Auto - Parkersburg WV


Source and images: Fiat USA

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Fiat Sales for October 2017

Fiat 500 in Autumn


The Fiat brand sold a total of 1,769 cars during October, a 33 percent decline compared to the same month last year. So far this year, Fiat has sold 23,021 cars. This is a 17 percent decline compared to the 27,721 cars sold during the same period last year.

Fiat 500L MPV


Good news from last month was sales of the 500L MPV were up 34 percent. This is the second month in a row that 500L sales were up. A redesigned and upgraded 500L is expected to arrive at dealeships sometime this fall.


Fiat 124 Spider


Sales of other Fiat models were not as lucky and all posted numbers less than last year. Hurricane season, the California fires, declining small car sales and one day fewer selling days this October compared to last year all doing their part to keep sales down. Coming up this month, a special, Black Friday Sales event will take place the day after Thanksgiving and is said to offer amazing deals. Hopefully, that will give sales a needed shot in the arm. We will see...




Fiat 500X with Mopar Accessories


Fiat October News
Continuing our series of 500X do-it-yourself Mopar accessories articles, we tackled how to install a body stripe on your 500X. Mopar has hundreds of accessories available for the full Fiat model range. Check the Mopar website to see what they offer for your car and get installing!


Fiat 500 Abarth on track


Never been on a racetrack? We posted a video showing what it is like getting track instructions from a professional driver.


2017 Fiat 500


Starting in August and continuing through the month of October, Fiat offered special employee discount pricing to victims of Hurricane Harvey. In Houston alone, over 600,000 cars were lost due to the powerful storm. These pricing discounts were designed to help those struggling to replace transportation so they can rebuild and resume their lives.


Fiat Brand Sales in the United States, January - October 2017
Fiat 500Current MonthLast YearVol ChangeCurrent YTDLast Year YTDVol Change
Oct
500
500L
500X
124

    801
    159
    561
    248
    1,769

 1,276
 119
 783
 444
  2,622

  -37%
   34%
   -28%
  -44%
   -33%

    11236
    1426
    6436
    3923
    23,021

       12,879
       2,920
       10047
          1875
       27,721

    -13%
    -51%
    -36%
    109%
    -17%
Sept
500
500L
500X
124

    1,016
    209
    638
    343
    2,206

 1,481
 103
 839
 490
  2,913

  -31%
   103%
   -24%
  -30%
   -24%

    10435
    1267
    5875
    3675
    21252

       11,603
       2,801
       9,264
          1431
       25,099

    -10%
    -55%
    -37%
    156%
    -15%
August
500
500L
500X
124

    937
    141
    680
    382
    2,120

 1,246
 131
 899
 460
  2,736

  -25%
   8%
   -27%
  -17%
   -23%

    9,419
    1058
    5237
    3332
    19046

       10,122
       2,698
       8,425
          941
       22,186

    -7%
    -61%
    -38%
    254%
    -14%
July
500
500L
500X
124

    1026
    171
    597
    450
    2,244

 1,089
 225
 944
 480
  2,738

  -6%
   -24%
   -37%
   -6%
   -18%

    8,482
    917
    4577
    2950
    16926

        8,876
       2,567
       7,526
          481
       19,450

    -4%
    -64%
    -39%
    513%
    -13%
June
500
500L
500X
124

    995
    184
    553
    510
    2,242

 1,115
 279
 934
 1
  2,329

  -11%
   -34%
   -41%
    New
   -4%

    7,456
    746
    3980
    2500
    14,682

        7,787
       2,342
       6,582
           1
       16,712

    -4%
    -68%
    -40%
    New
    -12%
May
500
500L
500X
124

    1,240
    163
    703
    564
    2,670

 1,573
 335
 1,262
 0
  3,170

  -21%
   -51%
   -44%
    New
   -16%

    6,461
    562
    3427
    1990
    12,440

        6672
       2,063
       5,648
           0
       14,383

    -3%
    -73%
    -39%
    New
    -14%
April
500
500L
500X
124

    1,201
    115
    758
    465
    2,539

 1,504
 466
 1,128
 0
  3,098

  -20%
   -75%
   -33%
    New
   -18%

    5,221
    399
    2724
    1426
    9,770

        5099
       1728
       4,386
           0
        11213

    2%
    -77%
    -38%
    New
    -13%
March
500
500L
500X
124

    1,671
    106
    726
    419
    2,922

 1,494
 535
 1,056
 0
  3,085

  12%
   -80%
   -31%
    New
   -5%

    4,020
    284
    1966
    961
    7,231

        3595
       1262
       3,258
           0
        8,115

    12%
    -77%
    -40%
    New
    -11%
Feb
500
500L
500X
124

    1,131
    72
    640
    302
    2,145

 1120
 370
 1,161
 0
  2,651

  1%
   -81%
   -45%
    New
   -19%

    2,349
    178
    1240
    542
    4,309

        2101
       727
       2,202
           0
        5,030

    12%
    -76%
    -44%
    New
    -14%
Jan
500
500L
500X
124

    1,218
    106
    600
    240
    2,164

 981
 357
 1,041
 0
  2,379

  24%
   -70%
   -40%
    New
   -9%

    1,218
    106
    600
    240
    2,164

        981
       357
       1,041
           0
        2,379

    24%
    -70%
    -42%
    New
    -9%



Sources: FCA US LLC.
Images: FCA and Author

Monday, October 30, 2017

Fiat 500X Stripe Install How To

Fiat 500X with Mopar Accessories

This article is the third in a series we started last month covering how you can change the look of your Fiat 500X with a few simple Mopar accessories. This time we will show you how we installed a lower body side stripe. Body side stripes are a popular accessory and Mopar has a number of body stripe kits available. We chose a stripe that carries over the red accents our car has in its interior and matches the mirror covers and lower bodyside mouldings we installed previously.


The beauty of using Mopar accessories is their original manufacturer's fit and quality. Unlike many aftermarket parts, your Mopar accessory fits perfectly because it meets the same standards as the original parts used on your car.  Mopar backs their products with a long, 2 year unlimited mileage warranty, plus if the product is installed at a dealer, the product is covered at any Fiat dealer in the country.* Hard to beat.


Fiat 500X with Mopar Stripe

Installing a Fiat 500X Mopar Body Stripe

Fiat 500X Mopar Checkered Lower Body Stripe
Part Number: 82214955, Suggested Retail: $165

The Mopar bodyside stripe arrived packaged nicely inside a heavy duty tube that was also in a box. The kit contains the graphics and instructions. Installing stripes is generally not difficult and just requires some patience and care. Traditional body stripes are installed on a wet surface so they can easily be repositioned and moved into the correct position. A squeegee is then used with firm pressure to lock the stripe into position and push out any air or water bubbles.

However, to my surprise the Mopar 500X stripes were designed to be applied dry.

The stripes from Mopar utilize the latest generation in stripe material, 3M Controltac, which is designed to be applied dry. I was a bit surprised and a little apprehensive about installing the stripe dry as I've only done wet installs on large stripes. I even contacted a professional striper to make arrangements for them to do the install.

It was an unnecessary concern because after research I found that 3M ControlTac pressure activated technology is manageable for a novice. This isn't the old fashioned pressure sensitive type of tape with an adhesive that adheres as soon as it touches a surface. Controltac is repositionable and adheres by applying pressure. Watch the following demonstration and you will see what I mean.




After watching the videos I decided to give it a try. While the install was not as easy as using the wet technique, I would say it is very doable for a do-it-yourselfer who has patience. If the procedure below is too much for you to tackle, hire a pro to do the install and they shouldn't charge much.

What You Need
With the install concern out of the way, I went about gathering the necessary supplies. I also recommend having a helper. While I did the install by myself, I did have a helper hold the stripe while cutting the backing paper. You can do it by yourself, but a helper comes in handy.

  • Solvent Cleaner (Wax / Grease Remover, 3M General Adhesive Cleaner, etc.)
  • Rubbing Alcohol (70% strength)
  • Lint free cloths
  • Claybar for cleaning paint - optional
  • Squeegee - one used for applying tint preferred
  • Masking tape
  • X-acto knife with new blades
  • Heat gun
  • Infrared temperature reader - optional (inexpensive ones available at Harbour Freight)
  • Waterbased, non-permanent marker
  • Sewing needle


Work Area
Anytime you adhere something to your car, the temperature needs to be considered. Mopar requires the surface temperature be between 70° and 90°. Your work area should be free of dust and breeze. If needed, wetting the ground area will help keep the dust from floating up and contaminating the surface.





This video gives the basic idea of how we'll install our stripe.

Let's Start
Cleaning the surface is critical in assuring the decal doesn't peel off in the future. You cannot overdo this step, so make sure you clean very well. When you think it is clean, clean it again!


Using Solvent Cleaner

First up is wax remover. Follow the directions on whatever product you are using. I used a white, lint free paper towel to make sure there was no discoloration left when I finished this step.


Cleaning, Using Clay Bar

Examining the surface, I found there was dirt embedded into the paint. I got out a Claybar and using the wax remover as a lube, went over the paint until the surface was totally clean. I then redid cleaning the surface with wax remover.

Cleaning with Alcohol

After the cleaning with the wax remover, next step was cleaning with rubbing alcohol.

Checking cloth

make sure the surface is clean.

Holding stripe with tape


Applying The Stripe
As I did most of the application by myself, with a helper just taking pictures, I first started by taping the stripe into basic position.

I also taped the instructions up so I could easily refer to them.

Checking location of stripe

Once the stripe was laid out on the body, I measured the location of where it should sit. You can use your non-permanent marker to mark the location. For my stripe, I found the bottom of the stripe paper laid across the top of the lower door panel mouldings was a perfect guide.

Checking fit

Aligning stripe

I then ran masking tape over the top of the stripe to keep it into place and to keep the stripe from stretching when being pulled on.

making tape hinge

Once the stripe is perfectly lined up where it needs to go, Apply a piece of tape vertically to create a "hinge". This allows you to apply the stripe in two steps and makes it more manageable to deal with a long stripe.

Peeling backing


Starting at one end, carefully peel the backing.

Pulling backing off

cutting backing off


Here is where a helper comes in handy. Have them hold the stripe securely while you cut off the backing paper. The worse thing would be to have the sticky side of the stripe touch the ground picking up dirt. That would be a non-recoverable error.

Once the backing paper is removed, pull the stripe taught and lay it lightly against the car, lining up your reference marks. Don't worry, if you get it wrong, you can lift the stripe back up off the surface as long as you didn't press the stripe against the surface with any appreciable force. I used the masking tape on the top to secure the stripe to the body while I lined up the reference marks. Even still, the stripe is very sticky, and pressure will only make it stick even more.  Once you are satisfied the stripe is where it needs to be, a tap with the finger is enough to tack the stripe down into location. Have a light touch and you will be fine.


second part of hinge

When the first part of the strip is perfectly lined up, start on the other side of the "hinge" and remove the backing paper. Stretch the stripe out, line up the reference marks and tack the strip down the same as you did the front half.


removing wrinkles


When you are happy with the position of the stripe, making sure there are no wrinkles or waves, use the squeegee to apply the stripe. I started along the top and systematically worked down, using firm pressure to push the air pockets out of the stripe. If there was a wrinkle, I lifted the stripe up, unsticking it from the surface, and redid using the squeegee.

applying stripe


I removed the masking tape and continued squeegeeing the stripe.


using squeegee


Go over every inch of the stripe to make sure there are no bubbles. These can be worked out by carefully pushing them out to either the top or bottom edge, depending on how close each one is to whichever edge.


removing facing paper

Once the stripe is applied, you need to take the facing paper off.


pulling paper back over itself

Holding the backing paper back against itself slowly pull the paper straight back. Do not pull it away from the body or it can pull or loosen the stripe.

Pulling paper off


working bubbles out


Keep inspecting the decal and if you see a bubble, stop and work it out with the squeegee.


details

When the backing paper is removed, carefully examine the stripe and continue working on any bubbles.

heating stripe to remove bubbles

Use the heat gun to warm the decal up. Careful! The gun can overheat the stripe. Wave the gun back and forth to make sure you aren't using direct heat to one spot. The temperature shouldn't reach 125°. Use the infrared temperature reader if you need to.


testing stripe temperature

Test the stripe to see if it is too hot with the back of your hand. The warm air will help the adhesive bond to the panel and will also help shrink bubbles. Carefully keep using the squeegee to work the bubbles. You can use a sewing needle to "pop" any bubbles that are too stubborn to remove.

Using a new sewing needle, carefully pierce one side of the bubble, while using your fingers to push the air out through the hole. Use the heat gun to go over the edges to make sure they are adhered well. Remember, holding the gun in one location can quickly overheat the decal!

You can give the stripe a day to adhere and then check again for bubbles. It helps if it is hot outside, but you can also use the heat gun and needle to carefully work on bubbles.

cutting stripe with x-acto knife

Take a new x-acto razor and holding the blade at an angle and along the door edge, pierce the decal skin and carefully cut the stripe. My left hand is resting on the front door and note the angle I am holding the x-acto knife. When the stripe is cut like that, the decal will slightly wrap around the edge of the front door, leaving a nice, cut line for the strip piece on the rear door.

folding edges down

Use a squeegee to ensure the stripe is adhered perfectly to the edges. If you ever have an issue with the stripe edge lifting a tiny dab of clear nail polish or paint can secure the edge.

500 CHECKERED LOWER BODY STRIPE

That's it! Admire your new look!

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We hope you enjoyed this look at accessorizing your 500X.  Mopar has over 100 neat items for your car, so take a moment and browse their site. Most accessories can be installed with some planning and patience so don't be afraid to give it a shot!  Go to the Fiat 500X Do It Yourself forum to ask questions and discuss your ideas. We love to help and to see your car when you are done!





*Contact your dealer or check the Mopar website for warranty details.

Disclaimer: This is how I installed the stripe on my Fiat 500X and is provided for informational and entertainment purposes. If you have any doubts on you ability to perform this work or have any issues, I recommend having it done by a professional. I am not responsible for any issues arriving from you reading this post. Use at your own risk.

Thanks goes out to Mopar for supplying items in these articles.

Monday, October 23, 2017

Fiat 500 Abarth Track Instruction Video

Fiat 500 Abarth at Monticello Motor Club Track

If you have never been on a racetrack before, here is a look at what it is like getting driving instructions by a professional race car driver. The instructor gives critical information such as when to brake, turn in and where to exit each corner along with other details to get the most out of your car for both safety and to maximize performance. It is all about being smooth and connecting corners. It is a neat science and, when done correctly, an artform. I heartily recommend anyone who has any interest in cars to attend a driving school. Learning about vehicle control is a skill that you can practice and enjoy at legal speeds anytime you drive.




While you are at it, maybe attend an autocross. There is likely a car club near you that hosts these fun events. Any Fiat model will do and fit right in!

Visit the Fiat 500 USA Motorsports Forum for tips and information on Fiat performance driving:



Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Fiat Sales for September 2017

Fiat 500L Lounge


The Fiat Brand sold a total of 2,206 cars in September, down 24 % compared to the same month last year. Hurt by declining sales in the small car market; Fiat sales year-to-date are running 15% below last year.



September Fiat 500 hatch and Cabrio model sales amounted to 1,016 a 31 % decline compared to September last year. Sales of the 500X crossover and 124 Spider were also down compared to the same period.

Fiat 124 Abarth Spider


The bright news was the Fiat 500L MPV had its best sales performance this year with 209 cars sold, 103% increase over last year. It was the 500L's best September sales since 2015. In Europe, the 500L is the best-selling car in its class since its introduction in 2013 and has gotten a makeover for 2018. Expect to see the 2018 Fiat 500L in US showrooms this fall.



2018 Fiat 500L MPV


Fiat September News Recap
The big news in September was Fiat announced the 2018 model lineup (minus the Fiat 500 hatch and Cabrio models which will be announced later). The 2018 Fiat 500L gets a facelift, plus enhanced features and infotainment system.


The 2018 Fiat 500X carries over virtually unchanged from 2017 but gets an upgraded infotainment system.


Fiat 500X Urbana Edition


Fiat announced a very late production, special edition 2017 500X called the Urbana Edition. This model is basically the 500X S-line from Europe and will be available towards the end of the year.


Back in February, we brought you the inside scoop on the 2018 Fiat 124 Spider, and we updated the story with more details last month. The 2018 Spider features new colors plus much more flexibility when ordering options. That story also featured exclusive information on pricing, which you wouldn't find anywhere else.

Fiat 500X with Mopar Accessories


We published a series of do-it-yourself articles on accessorizing your 500X. The first two pieces of the three-part series took you through how I installed mirror covers and lower molding trim. The third article on how to stripe your 500X will be up later this month.


Fiat began offering special pricing and discounts to help people who lost cars due to Hurricane Harvey. The offer initially started at the end of August with a rebate but evolved during September into special employee pricing on most vehicles.



Fiat Brand Sales in the United States, January - September 2017
Fiat 500Current MonthLast YearVol ChangeCurrent YTDLast Year YTDVol Change
Sept
500
500L
500X
124

    1,016
    209
    638
    343
    2,206

 1,481
 103
 839
 490
  2,913

  -31%
   103%
   -24%
  -30%
   -24%

    10435
    1267
    5875
    3675
    21252

       11,603
       2,801
       9,264
          1431
       25,099

    -10%
    -55%
    -37%
    156%
    -15%
August
500
500L
500X
124

    937
    141
    680
    382
    2,120

 1,246
 131
 899
 460
  2,736

  -25%
   8%
   -27%
  -17%
   -23%

    9,419
    1058
    5237
    3332
    19046

       10,122
       2,698
       8,425
          941
       22,186

    -7%
    -61%
    -38%
    254%
    -14%
July
500
500L
500X
124

    1026
    171
    597
    450
    2,244

 1,089
 225
 944
 480
  2,738

  -6%
   -24%
   -37%
   -6%
   -18%

    8,482
    917
    4577
    2950
    16926

        8,876
       2,567
       7,526
          481
       19,450

    -4%
    -64%
    -39%
    513%
    -13%
June
500
500L
500X
124

    995
    184
    553
    510
    2,242

 1,115
 279
 934
 1
  2,329

  -11%
   -34%
   -41%
    New
   -4%

    7,456
    746
    3980
    2500
    14,682

        7,787
       2,342
       6,582
           1
       16,712

    -4%
    -68%
    -40%
    New
    -12%
May
500
500L
500X
124

    1,240
    163
    703
    564
    2,670

 1,573
 335
 1,262
 0
  3,170

  -21%
   -51%
   -44%
    New
   -16%

    6,461
    562
    3427
    1990
    12,440

        6672
       2,063
       5,648
           0
       14,383

    -3%
    -73%
    -39%
    New
    -14%
April
500
500L
500X
124

    1,201
    115
    758
    465
    2,539

 1,504
 466
 1,128
 0
  3,098

  -20%
   -75%
   -33%
    New
   -18%

    5,221
    399
    2724
    1426
    9,770

        5099
       1728
       4,386
           0
        11213

    2%
    -77%
    -38%
    New
    -13%
March
500
500L
500X
124

    1,671
    106
    726
    419
    2,922

 1,494
 535
 1,056
 0
  3,085

  12%
   -80%
   -31%
    New
   -5%

    4,020
    284
    1966
    961
    7,231

        3595
       1262
       3,258
           0
        8,115

    12%
    -77%
    -40%
    New
    -11%
Feb
500
500L
500X
124

    1,131
    72
    640
    302
    2,145

 1120
 370
 1,161
 0
  2,651

  1%
   -81%
   -45%
    New
   -19%

    2,349
    178
    1240
    542
    4,309

        2101
       727
       2,202
           0
        5,030

    12%
    -76%
    -44%
    New
    -14%
Jan
500
500L
500X
124

    1,218
    106
    600
    240
    2,164

 981
 357
 1,041
 0
  2,379

  24%
   -70%
   -40%
    New
   -9%

    1,218
    106
    600
    240
    2,164

        981
       357
       1,041
           0
        2,379

    24%
    -70%
    -42%
    New
    -9%



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