BMW

BMW-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeBMW sales in Europe have risen from 2009 to 2011 and then stabilized until 2013 before continuing their growth again, setting a new volume record in 2016. BMW’s market share has kept on rising every year since 2009, for a total gain of over 2,5 percentage points.

The introduction of the BMW X1 small crossover in 2009 has added over 500.000 sales to the brand’s total and its second generation, launched late 2015, became the brand’s best seller in January 2017. Its bigger brother X3 has seen its sales slide from its peak in 2012 and will need an update soon as the competition has grown stronger in that segment.

New generations of the brand’s best selling cars, the BMW 1-series in 2011 and 3-series in 2012 have helped the brand from Munich to offset declining sales of its large SUVs X5 and X6 during that period until the latter two were replaced in 2014 and 2015, followed by the limousine BMW 7-series in 2016. Successful expansion of its line-up did the rest, with the 2-series Active Tourer, its first MPV and its first front-wheel drive car, but also the 2-series coupe and convertible, the 4-series coupe, convertible and Gran Coupe 4-door and the X4 crossover. BMW has also invested heavily in green technology and alternative drivetrains, resulting in the i3 EV with optional range extender and the i8 Plug-In sports car.

The new 5-series will hit full potential in 2017 and should boost the brand further, also helped by continued success of the second generation X1.

Also find BMW US sales figures and BMW China sales figures.

 

BMW
All Models
2014
BMW
All Models
2015
BMW
All Models
2016
BMW
All Models
2017
January 49.839 51.443 53.991 60.619
February 41.966 48.246 55.350 55.603
March 77.730 81.927 94.588 102.616
April 55.989 60.679 67.538 63.726
May 55.286 56.977 69.704 71.356
June 64.298 71.503 82.720
July 53.506 57.569 58.277
August 38.416 44.849 45.473
September 69.129 78.374 87.453
October 55.019 62.380 64.482
November 54.458 60.688 69.261
December 56.522 68.831 68.051

BMW
All Models
Market
Share
2016 816.888 5,44%
2015 743.466 5,27%
2014 672.376 5,20%
2013 639.656 5,22%
2012 640.729 5,11%
2011 649.893 4,69%
2010 609.939 4,38%
2009 571.184 3,91%
2008 676.467 4,68%
2007 704.581 4,49%
2006 680.074 4,37%
2005 660.319 4,09%
2004 593.743 3,67%
2003 506.202 3,51%
2002 516.000 3,51%
2001 521.635 3,46%
2000 497.328 3,31%
1999 484.164 3,16%
1998 444.979 3,08%
1997 430.694 3,20%
1996 428.759 3,35%
1995 392.588 3,26%
1994 387.855 3,25%
1993 366.800 3,26%
1992 444.155 3,29%
1991 413.831 3,08%
1990 363.598 2,69%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the BMW 1-series, 2-series, 3-series, 4-series, 5-series, 6-series, 7-series, X1, X3, X4, X5, X6, Z4, i3, i8, Z3, Z8 and any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

BMW
All Models
2014
BMW
All Models
2015
BMW
All Models
2016
BMW
All Models
2017
January 49.839 51.443 53.991 60.619
February 41.966 48.246 55.350 55.603
March 77.730 81.927 94.588 102.616
April 55.989 60.679 67.538 63.726
May 55.286 56.977 69.704 71.356
June 64.298 71.503 82.720
July 53.506 57.569 58.277
August 38.416 44.849 45.473
September 69.129 78.374 87.453
October 55.019 62.380 64.482
November 54.458 60.688 69.261
December 56.522 68.831 68.051

BMW
All Models
Market
Share
2016 816.888 5,44%
2015 743.466 5,27%
2014 672.376 5,20%
2013 639.656 5,22%
2012 640.729 5,11%
2011 649.893 4,69%
2010 609.939 4,38%
2009 571.184 3,91%
2008 676.467 4,68%
2007 704.581 4,49%
2006 680.074 4,37%
2005 660.319 4,09%
2004 593.743 3,67%
2003 506.202 3,51%
2002 516.000 3,51%
2001 521.635 3,46%
2000 497.328 3,31%
1999 484.164 3,16%
1998 444.979 3,08%
1997 430.694 3,20%
1996 428.759 3,35%
1995 392.588 3,26%
1994 387.855 3,25%
1993 366.800 3,26%
1992 444.155 3,29%
1991 413.831 3,08%
1990 363.598 2,69%

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