Sales growth occurred on all continents for the world-famous automaker, with 170,932 vehicles sold last month, up from 138,954 for November of last year. Not only were November sales a significant improvement, but it was actually the best first eleven months ever for the company, with 2012 looking like it could easily be the best sales year in the company's history.
BMW vehicles in particular actually experienced a greater boost, at 26.4 percent, accounting for 145,452 of the total vehicles sold. One of the largest drivers of sales growth has been the BMW X3, which sold 14,653 units in November, up by 28.6% from 2011.
Despite the X3 accounting for a large percentage of the growth, BMW's popular X1 continued to impress drivers, selling 37.3% more vehicles than in the previous year.
High demand has become the norm for the BMW 1 Series, with sales of 20,914 units, but the 3 Series also experienced a sales boost to the tune of 40,700 vehicles sold in the month of November.
These popular luxury sedans have not only received recent remodels, but also updates to technology features offered, as well as performance and luxury options. There aren’t any gimmicks at play here: BMW is just producing exceptional vehicles, resulting in an almost across-the-board sales increase for the most prominent line produced by BMW Group.
That said, MINI and Rolls-Royce both had growth spurts that contributed toward the overall increase in sales of vehicles produced by the BMW Group.
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