In September, a total of 197,419 BMW brand vehicles were delivered to customers, an increase of 9.4% on the same month last year. Sales growth continues to be driven by the BMW X range: the BMW X1 was delivered to a total of 21,412 (+161.9%) customers in September; BMW X3 sales increased 12.9% (15,596); BMW X4 deliveries rose 15.9% (5,732) and BMW X5 sales climbed 17.6% with a total of 15,979 delivered to customers. Meanwhile, with well over 6,000 models sold around the world in September, sales of the BMW 7 Series more than tripled compared with the same month last year (6,210 / +237.5%). Overall year-to-date sales for the BMW brand stand at 1,479,936 – up 6.0% compared with the first three-quarters of last year.

Sales of BMW’s electrified models continue to grow, especially in Europe and the USA. More than 40,000 BMW i and BMW iPerformance vehicles have been sold so far this year, with the trend clearly increasing. Over 7,000 electrified BMW models were delivered to customers worldwide in September.

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BMW Brand's September 2016 Global Sales Rise 9.4% With YTD Up 6% But Loses More Ground to Mercedes-Benz

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