BMW

BMW_3_series-4_series-US-car-sales-statisticsBMW has been the best selling premium brand in the US in 2011, 2012 and 2014, only interrupted by Mercedes-Benz in 2013. Before that, Lexus held the title for 11 straight years.

BMW currently produces all of its crossovers and SUVs except the small X1 in its US assembly plant in Spartanburg, S.C., where it has been building cars since 1994. The plant is the brand’s second largest by volume. Its other models for the US market are imported from Europe.

The BMW 3 series and 4 series midsized sedan, coupe and convertible have been the brand’s best selling models in the United States for a long time running, while the most popular truck is the X5 large SUV.

Also find BMW sales in Europe and BMW China sales figures.

 

BMW
All Models
2012
BMW
All Models
2013
BMW
All Models
2014
BMW
All Models
2015
BMW
All Models
2016
January 16.405 16.513 18.253 18.981 18.082
February 21.204 21.311 22.017 25.201 22.498
March 23.940 27.078 32.107 34.310 30.033
April 21.062 23.225 25.202 26.952 24.951
May 22.168 25.230 29.602 31.003 29.017
June 21.725 27.074 30.201 32.176 28.855
July 21.297 24.043 26.409 26.970 25.777
August 16.835 24.523 27.214 27.755 25.531
September 21.761 23.568 25.586 26.608 25.389
October 26.451 27.574 30.602 29.439 24.017
November 31.213 31.752 31.019 32.003 26.189
December 37.399 37.389 41.526 34.625 32.835

BMW
All Models
Market
Share
2016 313.174 1,79%
2015 346.023 1,98%
2014 339.738 2,06%
2013 309.280 1,98%
2012 281.460 1,94%
2011 247.907 1,94%
2010 220.113 1,90%
2009 196.502 1,88%
2008 249.113 1,88%
2007 293.795 1,82%
2006 274.432 1,66%
2005 266.200 1,57%
2004 260.079 1,54%
2003 240.859 1,44%
2002 256.622 1,53%
2001 213.127 1,24%
2000 189.423 1,09%
1999 154.970 0,92%
1998 131.559 0,85%
1997 122.468 0,81%
1996 105.761 0,70%
1995 93.309 0,59%
1994 84.805 0,56%
1993 78.010 0,53%
1992 65.691 0,49%
1991 53.343 0,43%
1990 63.646 0,46%
1989 64.881 0,45%
1988 73.359 0,48%
1987 87.839 0,59%
1986 96.759 0,61%
1985 87.832 0,57%
1984 70.897 0,50%
1983 59.242 0,41%
1982 45.971 0,44%
1981 40.036 0,37%
1980 35.972 0,31%
1979 34.520 0,24%
1978 31.439 0,20%
1977 28.776 0,19%
1976 26.509 0,20%
1975 19.419 0,17%
1974 15.007 0,13%
1973 13.629 0,09%
1972 19.942 0,15%
1971 19.826 0,16%
1970 14.574 0,14%

 

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, i3, i8, Z4, X1, X3, X4, X5, X6, Z8, Z3, 8-series and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

 

BMW
All Models
2012
BMW
All Models
2013
BMW
All Models
2014
BMW
All Models
2015
BMW
All Models
2016
January 16.405 16.513 18.253 18.981 18.082
February 21.204 21.311 22.017 25.201 22.498
March 23.940 27.078 32.107 34.310 30.033
April 21.062 23.225 25.202 26.952 24.951
May 22.168 25.230 29.602 31.003 29.017
June 21.725 27.074 30.201 32.176 28.855
July 21.297 24.043 26.409 26.970 25.777
August 16.835 24.523 27.214 27.755 25.531
September 21.761 23.568 25.586 26.608 25.389
October 26.451 27.574 30.602 29.439 24.017
November 31.213 31.752 31.019 32.003 26.189
December 37.399 37.389 41.526 34.625 32.835

BMW
All Models
Market
Share
2016 313.174 1,79%
2015 346.023 1,98%
2014 339.738 2,06%
2013 309.280 1,98%
2012 281.460 1,94%
2011 247.907 1,94%
2010 220.113 1,90%
2009 196.502 1,88%
2008 249.113 1,88%
2007 293.795 1,82%
2006 274.432 1,66%
2005 266.200 1,57%
2004 260.079 1,54%
2003 240.859 1,44%
2002 256.622 1,53%
2001 213.127 1,24%
2000 189.423 1,09%
1999 154.970 0,92%
1998 131.559 0,85%
1997 122.468 0,81%
1996 105.761 0,70%
1995 93.309 0,59%
1994 84.805 0,56%
1993 78.010 0,53%
1992 65.691 0,49%
1991 53.343 0,43%
1990 63.646 0,46%
1989 64.881 0,45%
1988 73.359 0,48%
1987 87.839 0,59%
1986 96.759 0,61%
1985 87.832 0,57%
1984 70.897 0,50%
1983 59.242 0,41%
1982 45.971 0,44%
1981 40.036 0,37%
1980 35.972 0,31%
1979 34.520 0,24%
1978 31.439 0,20%
1977 28.776 0,19%
1976 26.509 0,20%
1975 19.419 0,17%
1974 15.007 0,13%
1973 13.629 0,09%
1972 19.942 0,15%
1971 19.826 0,16%
1970 14.574 0,14%

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