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      07-01-2015, 02:18 PM   #1
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July 1, 2015
  • BMW brand up 6.5 percent, sets June record
  • MINI brand sales up 14.8 percent
  • BMW Motorcycle sales increase 83.3 percent, sets all time sales record

Woodcliff Lake, NJ – July 1, 2015… Sales of BMW brand vehicles increased 6.5 percent in June for a total of 32,176 compared to 30,201 vehicles sold in June, 2014.

“There’s no better follow-up to a record May than a record June with the numbers showing a consistent momentum for BMW as the year reaches the half-way point,” said Ludwig Willisch, President and CEO, BMW of North America. “It’s clear the U.S. is more in love with light trucks than ever before and the hardest part is supplying the demand. At the same time, I am delighted to see MINI gaining more traction as model availability continues to increase.”

To see and hear more of Ludwig Willisch's perspective on the June sales, click here.

In June, notable vehicle sales included the BMW 2 Series which increased 56.9 percent to 1,067 vehicles, the BMW 4 Series which increased 69.4 percent to 6,625 vehicles and the BMW X5 which increased 89.0 percent to 7,508 vehicles.

BMW Group Sales
In total, the BMW Group in the U.S. (BMW and MINI combined) reported June sales of 38,350 vehicles, an increase of 7.8 percent from the 35,577 vehicles sold in the same month a year ago.

MINI Brand Sales
For June, MINI USA reports 6,174 automobiles sold, an increase of 14.8 percent from the 5,376 sold in the same month a year ago.

BMW Pre-Owned Vehicles
In June, BMW Certified Pre-Owned sold 9,326 vehicles, up 16.7 percent over June 2014, with a year-to-date gain of 23.8 percent to 58,396 vehicles sold over the same period in 2014. Total BMW Pre-Owned sales were 15,069 vehicles sold in June 2015, a 1.1 percent decrease from June 2014. The Total BMW Pre-Owned cars sold for the first six months were 93,141, a 4.9 percent decrease from the same period in 2014.

MINI Pre-Owned Vehicles
In June, sales of MINI NEXT (certified pre-owned) were 1,051 vehicles, up 35.6 percent over June 2014, with a year-to-date gain of 29.9 percent to 5,683 cars over the same period in 2014. Total MINI Pre-Owned sales were 2,432 cars, an increase of 25.9 percent from June 2014. Total MINI Pre-Owned sales for the first six months were 12,972, a 5.1 percent increase from the same period in 2014.


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Well, if you can lease a 3 series for the price of a Camry, I'm surprised they're not moving more vehicles.

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Wow 4 series is almost equal to the 3, I don't remember what the E9x coupe/sedan breakdown was.
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Damn, the 5,6 and 7 series are suffering.
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Well, if you can lease a 3 series for the price of a Camry, I'm surprised they're not moving more vehicles.

Exactly I was just going to say that. Majority of the BMWs out there a leased. And I swear they are just handing these leases out to any moron that walks in through the door. My friend's dumbass brother doesn't have a pot to piss in and he just leased a F30 328.
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Damn, the 5,6 and 7 series are suffering.
Again that's because most BMWs are leased and the 5 series lease starts at roughly $500 a month for a 528 with a 10k miles a year allowance.
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Well, if you can lease a 3 series for the price of a Camry, I'm surprised they're not moving more vehicles.

Exactly I was just going to say that. Majority of the BMWs out there a leased. And I swear they are just handing these leases out to any moron that walks in through the door. My friend's dumbass brother doesn't have a pot to piss in and he just leased a F30 328.
Why are they morons? If they are driving around in a BMW at as subsidized rate, then aren't they really smart?
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Why are they morons? If they are driving around in a BMW at as subsidized rate, then aren't they really smart?
No, I'm talking about people like the dude I mentioned that barely scrapes by and insists on having a BMW.
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would love to see it broken out so i we can see how little of the GT vehicles sold..
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No, I'm talking about people like the dude I mentioned that barely scrapes by and insists on having a BMW.
Well, if the payment is similar to that of a Camry, but BMW includes all the maintenance, then I'm not sure I'd call that person a moron. Of course, if someone is just scraping by, maybe they should consider buying used.
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How about the i3 selling to within 1,000 units of the 2 series YTD? Although I don't really understand how the 2-series outsold the i3 nearly 2:1 in June, but somehow the i3 is still that close. Was there some supply constraint in the 2 series prior to June? It's not like the 2-series got some kind of refresh. Maybe i3 sales are just tapering.
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4 series!!!!!!!!
Strange that the 4 series ties the 3 series for the month but is significantly down for the year?

I guess the extra models ('Vert, GC) helps too.
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How about the i3 selling to within 1,000 units of the 2 series YTD? Although I don't really understand how the 2-series outsold the i3 nearly 2:1 in June, but somehow the i3 is still that close. Was there some supply constraint in the 2 series prior to June? It's not like the 2-series got some kind of refresh. Maybe i3 sales are just tapering.
Probably because there was a large early surge for the i3 due to its new release and pre-orders?
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Well, if the payment is similar to that of a Camry, but BMW includes all the maintenance, then I'm not sure I'd call that person a moron. Of course, if someone is just scraping by, maybe they should consider buying used.
That's exactly what I was getting at.
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Well, if you can lease a 3 series for the price of a Camry, I'm surprised they're not moving more vehicles.

Probably people holding off for the MY16's...like me...who are hoping for similar lease deals there.
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How about the i3 selling to within 1,000 units of the 2 series YTD? Although I don't really understand how the 2-series outsold the i3 nearly 2:1 in June, but somehow the i3 is still that close. Was there some supply constraint in the 2 series prior to June? It's not like the 2-series got some kind of refresh. Maybe i3 sales are just tapering.
2 series was on allocation all of last year and I think it may still be until the 2016's go into production. 2 series is way up over what the 1 series sold, it was only selling about 6,000 per year and the 2 series will probably hit close to 11,000 and next year the M2 comes out.

The surprising one is the Mini 4 door outsold the 2 door, never thought that would happen.
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Damn, the 5,6 and 7 series are suffering.
A new 7 series is around the corner. and production likely has stopped on the old model.. . so of course 7 series sales are low.. Same with the X1.
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would love to see it broken out so i we can see how little of the GT vehicles sold..
Hey now, I'm sure they literally sell dozens of those a year.
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How about the i3 selling to within 1,000 units of the 2 series YTD? Although I don't really understand how the 2-series outsold the i3 nearly 2:1 in June, but somehow the i3 is still that close. Was there some supply constraint in the 2 series prior to June? It's not like the 2-series got some kind of refresh. Maybe i3 sales are just tapering.
Could be seasonality. Most people aren't rushing to run out and buy a sporty coupe in the dead of winter.
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How about the i3 selling to within 1,000 units of the 2 series YTD? Although I don't really understand how the 2-series outsold the i3 nearly 2:1 in June, but somehow the i3 is still that close. Was there some supply constraint in the 2 series prior to June? It's not like the 2-series got some kind of refresh. Maybe i3 sales are just tapering.
Could it be that 2 series production is occurring at maxed out facility.....?

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2 series was on allocation all of last year and I think it may still be until the 2016's go into production. 2 series is way up over what the 1 series sold, it was only selling about 6,000 per year and the 2 series will probably hit close to 11,000 and next year the M2 comes out.

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