BMW With Record Sales In September

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BMW With Record Sales In September
BMW With Record Sales In September

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The car manufacturer BMW was able to achieve the best September sales in its company's history. In the previous month, sales by the Munich based company rose by 7.8 percent. The luxury brand Rolls-Royce suffered a decline.

BMW remains on a growth path. The Munich-based car maker was able to deliver 215,413 BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce vehicles to its customers in September. An increase of 7.8 percent compared to the same month last year. Never before has BMW been able to deliver so many cars to customers in one September. In the year to date, the company has delivered 1.64 million vehicles to customers around the world, an increase of 7.5 percent and also a new record.

Core brand grows by 7.7 percent

The core brand BMW increased in September 7.7 percent to a total of 180,475 units. In the first nine months, the previous year's sales increased by 5.8 percent to% to 1.4 million vehicles. BMW expects further growth through the introduction of the new X1 and the 7 Series.

The BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé is particularly popular with customers. Its sales rose compared to September last year by almost 91 percent to 6080 units. The BMW 5 Series increased by 21 percent to 33,406 units in the previous month. The BMW i3, of which 3361 vehicles were delivered in the previous month, also continued to grow, an increase of around 87 percent. Since the beginning of the year, 20,576 customers have opted for an i3 or i8. That is 95 percent more than a year earlier.

Mini is growing

The Mini brand is also enjoying an upward trend, with 34,600 units increasing by 8.6 percent in September. The increase after nine months is 18.7 percent with 46,426 units. "MINI has achieved record sales since the beginning of the year and I am confident that this trend will continue," said BMW board member Peter Schwarzenbauer. Due to the difficult market environment in China, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars had to accept a sales decline of 8.9 percent in the year to date with 2,604 units.

BMW was able to sell 342,683 units in China from January to September, an increase of a meager two percent. In the previous month, however, sales rose by 10.9 percent to a good 41,000 cars. In the USA, sales rose by almost seven percent to 294,930 units. (AG / FM)