The BMW German based automaker faces other sales increase, as it managed to have a 7.3% figure in June, outnumbering its direct competitor Mercedes-Benz, again.
We are talking here about an official report stating that the German company managed to exceed 1 million vehicles to be sold at the end of the first half of the year.
Thus, the BMW automaker had total deliveries of 1,020,211 units, from January to June, which shows a 6.9% increase, compared to the same period last year.
The sales and marketing chief Ian Robertson, reported that this would be actually the first time when the company managed to sell more than one million cars.
“We aim to continue our sales growth in the second half of the year, when exciting new vehicles like the BMW X4 and BMW 2 Series Active Tourer will come onto the market,” Robertson concluded.
The BMW managed to be so successful, due to its own brand range, showing positive results, with 164,214 units to be sold in June alone, which is an overall 7.3% growth compared with June 2013.
On the other hand, the Mini`s sales weren’t that great, as the model is on the process of receiving a model changeover, with only 131,896 units to be sold in June, which is not that bad after all.