Wednesday, June 9, 2010

BMW Sales Up 10.8%

A BMW declaration said the group sold a total of 120,843 vehicles, of which 101,775 were BMW-brand cars, regardless of a slump in Germany and the United States.

The grouping also owns the Mini and Rolls-Royce brands.

BMW-brand delivery through May rose by 14.1 per cent to 466,087 vehicles, which meant it remained the important luxury brand.

In the similar five-month period, German rival Audi sold 455,700 cars and Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz brand sold 443,400.

We are on course to preserve our position as the world’s leading manufacturer of premium vehicles throughout 2010, BMW sales director Ian Robertson was quoted as adage.

The group benefited from a jump of 107.3 per cent in Chinese sales of BMW and Mini-brand cars to 13,998 vehicles, but saw deliveries slip by 3.9 per cent in the United States and by 13.7 percent in the domestic German marketplace.

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