Friday, July 22, 2011

BMW ahead Mercedes and Audi in April

In April, sales of BMW in Europe grew by 14.8%.

The Bavarian company is selling cars in Europe, 113 078, which is higher than the sales of Audi and Mercedes-Benz. In the same month, sales were 109 400 Audi and Mercedes 100 703.

In China, in April, in contrast to Europe, BMW is second to Audi. In the most populous country Bavarian company has sold 20 800 cars (with the brands BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce), while Audi has done for this month and 23 766 showed sales growth of 21.2 percent.
Growth of sales at BMW is the highest compared to the same month last year - 67.2 percent.

Mercedes-Benz at the third in China with 16,536 vehicles sold (+ 47% compared to April 2010).

In the U.S., where the biggest market for BMW, in April sold 25 247 cars BMW, an increase of 19.6%, second place was the Mercedes-Benz (19 157 + 5.1% of sales) and the third Audi (10 018 cars sold + 7.5% compared to April 2010).