BMW Group’s Sales Increased by 23%

December 25, 2012 at 07:49

As the year is soon going to end, the BMW Group has made a compulsory final check up of their achievements of the ending 2012. In such a way it is easier for the company to assess the capability of the company and its possible capacity. In such a way it is possible to say that 2012 was a very successful year for BMW. In November, the BMW Group recorded sales growth across all continents, breaking sales records for the month. Total worldwide selling force has recorded at 170,932 cars BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce – in total sales grew by 23% compared to the November 2011.

BMW X3 car

Picture of the BMW X3 car

Marked increase in sales of BMW cars around the world has accounted to 26.4% to 145,452 vehicles (compared to 115,106 cars in 2011). One of the most popular cars of the concern has been BMW X3, which were selling like hot pies – 14,653 units.

silver BMW X3 car

Image of the silver BMW X3 car

Interestingly, one of the growth factors of the BMW company over the past two years was made by the current generation of BMW X3: since the release of the model to the market in November 2010, sold more than 250,000 vehicles. Modern BMW X3 sales increased by more than 23% over its predecessor in the same period of time. BMW X1 sales increased by 37.3% (to 14,711 units.) Compared with 2011 (10,714 units)

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