BMW January 2017 Sales Down 0.5% with 21,219 Vehicles sold

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] Like most OEMs nowadays, BMWs CUVs are making the company.

    [​IMG]Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – Feb. 1, 2016

    2017 BMW X3 – The second-generation BMW X3 was offered with the award winning 2.0L turbo diesel as the X3 xDrive28d rated at 27/33 mpgUS city/highway back in 2016. The BMW USA build pages no longer show it available for the 2017 MY and thus you are stuck with either the 2.0L I4 (21/28 mpg city/highway) or 3.0L I6 Turbo (23/33 mpg city/highway) xDrive variants.

    The 2016 AWD BMW X3 xDrive28d w/ the world class 180 hp and 280 lb-ft. of torque 2.0L Turbo Diesel mated to an 8-speed AT was $43,445 incl. the $995 D&H charge. It will be missed. :(

    BMW January 2017 Sales Overview

    In total, the BMW Group in the U.S. (BMW and MINI combined) reported January sales of 21,219 vehicles, a decrease of 0.5 percent from the 21,320 vehicles sold in the same month a year ago.

    BMW on its own achieved January sales of 18,109, down 0.1 percent over the 18,082 sold in January of 2016.

    MINI reported it sold 3,110 vehicles in January, down 4.0 percent from the 3,238 sold in January of 2015.

    BMW January 2017 Sales Highlights

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    The featured BMW X3 achieved sales of 3,154 vehicles, the brands strongest increase at 57.5 percent over the 2,002 sold in January of 2016.

    X5 sales lead the brand with 3,276 vehicles sold, up 26.8 percent over the 2,584 sold in January of 2016.

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    The number one tidbit in the January segment sales reports is that the Ford Fusion Hybrid outsold the Prius liftback for the first time in history. I believe this is the first time the Prius Liftback has been surpassed since the Gen 2 was released back in late 2003!

    U.S. January 2017 Sales vs. January 2016 Sales Ranks and Results for the top 18 Automobile Manufacturers
    GM January 2017 Sales Down 3.8% with 195,909 Vehicles sold
    Ford January 2017 Sales Down 0.6% with 172,612 Vehicles sold
    FCA January 2017 Sales Down 11.2% with 152,218 Vehicles sold
    Toyota January 2017 Sales Down 11.3% with 143,048 Vehicles sold
    Nissan January 2017 Sales Up 6.2% with 112,319 Vehicles sold
    Honda January 2017 Sales Up 5.9% with 106,380 Vehicles sold
    Hyundai January 2017 Sales Up 3.3% with 46,507 Vehicles sold
    Subaru January 2017 Sales Up 6.8% with 43,879 Vehicles sold
    Kia January 2017 Sales Down 7.0% with 35,626 Vehicles sold
    Mercedes-Benz January 2017 Sales Up 3.5% with 27,900 Vehicles sold
    VW January 2017 Sales Up 17.1% with 23,510 Vehicles sold
    Mazda January 2017 Sales Up 10.1% with 21,698 Vehicles sold
    BMW January 2017 Sales Down 0.5% with 21,219 Vehicles sold
    Audi January 2017 Sales Up 11.4% with 13,201 Vehicles sold
    Jaguar/Land Rover January 2017 Sales Up 29.9% with 9,102 Vehicles sold
    Mitsubishi January 2017 Sales Up 3.1% with 6,457 Vehicles sold
    Porsche January 2017 Sales Up 5.7% with 4,602 Vehicles sold
    Volvo January 2017 Sales Down 18.2% with 3,472 Vehicles sold

    The seasonally adjusted annual selling rate (SAAR) for light vehicles was approximately 17.6 million vehicles.
     
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