BMW 5-series

BMW-5_series-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the BMW 5-series in Europe.

See how BMW 5-series sales compare to the other models in the premium large car segment. Also find BMW 5-series US sales figures and BMW 5-series L sales figures in China.

BMW
5-series
2014
BMW
5-series
2015
BMW
5-series
2016
BMW
5-series
2017
January 8.935 7.689 5.198 4.792
February 7.206 6.339 6.030 6.749
March 11.727 10.346 9.258 11.274
April 8.730 7.878 7.003 6.988
May 9.118 6.561 6.876 9.847
June 9.117 7.062 7.776 11.643
July 7.457 7.455 5.979
August 5.394 5.530 4.578
September 7.714 9.453 8.732
October 7.892 7.361 5.931
November 7.855 6.413 7.862
December 7.556 6.811 6.376

BMW
5-series
2016 81.599
2015 88.898
2014 98.701
2013 107.307
2012 117.262
2011 143.876
2010 106.767
2009 75.289
2008 104.617
2007 119.936
2006 125.418
2005 132.363
2004 145.358
2003 102.775
2002 99.395
2001 122.388
2000 126.236
1999 135.985
1998 148.685
1997 159.407

 

Previous generations:

  • E12 1972-1981
  • E28 1981-1988
  • E34 1988-1995
  • E39 1995-2003
  • E60 2003-2010
    • E61 Touring 2004-2010
  • F10 2010-2017
    • F11 Touring 2010-2017
    • F07 GT 2009-

BMW_5_series-generations-auto-sales-statistics-Europe

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
5-series
2014
BMW
5-series
2015
BMW
5-series
2016
BMW
5-series
2017
January 8.935 7.689 5.198 4.792
February 7.206 6.339 6.030 6.749
March 11.727 10.346 9.258 11.274
April 8.730 7.878 7.003 6.988
May 9.118 6.561 6.876 9.847
June 9.117 7.062 7.776 11.643
July 7.457 7.455 5.979
August 5.394 5.530 4.578
September 7.714 9.453 8.732
October 7.892 7.361 5.931
November 7.855 6.413 7.862
December 7.556 6.811 6.376

BMW
5-series
2016 81.599
2015 88.898
2014 98.701
2013 107.307
2012 117.262
2011 143.876
2010 106.767
2009 75.289
2008 104.617
2007 119.936
2006 125.418
2005 132.363
2004 145.358
2003 102.775
2002 99.395
2001 122.388
2000 126.236
1999 135.985
1998 148.685
1997 159.407

Comments

  1. JJ Romano says:

    Hi! I’m a car enthusiast from South America currently doing a road trip in Europe in vacation, I’m reading through your really good website trying to find the rate of station wagon vs sedan in European car sales. By looking at the roads I would think that probably even as high as 40% of all the car sales are SW. Which is amazing to me being a SW lover ! Do you have that data? I’d love that the Chilean car market would behave that way, but there are far too many SUVs….

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hi JJ,

      we don’t have exact information for the ratio SW vs. sedan for specific models, but I do know that in the midsized segment (3-Series etc) the ratio is 55% station wagon, 33% sedan and the rest coupe and convertible. I believe the figures will be similar in the large segment. This is for all of Europe, so some countries will be higher, others lower.

      Enjoy your road trip! Give us a shout when you visit Rotterdam (-:

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