BMW has beaten off the competition and are leading Audi and Mercedes.
It seems now that BMW has beaten off other German rivals because demand all across Europe has increased for BMW cars. When we look at the gap between Audi, Mercedes and BMW, we will see that it has been a narrow one this year.
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There were fierce sales all across Europe and BMW came on top. BMW which is based in Munich, claimed that its sales have increased 6.1% in the last month.
One of the hottest cars from BMW was the BMW Mini which made record sales in September and it was because of these sales that Audi suffered a 1.6 percent drop in their sales.
It seems that now BMW is heading for a 10th consecutive year for global luxury sales market leader. When we compare BMW with Mercedes, we will see that there is a huge gap of 124,336 vehicles.
But Mercedes isn’t doing that bad as we’ve seen the demand for the new redesigned E-Class cars increasing. Their flagship S-Class saloon car is also very high in demand.
Mercedes that is originally based in Stuttgart, has also launched a C-Class and another GLA offroader. A research firm IHS Automotive recently claimed that it is unlikely that the competition between these three German rivals is going to change any time soon.
BMW might be on their way to become an even bigger company as their delivery cars may jump 23 percent and they might start selling 2.04 million models by the next 5 years. Currently BMW are selling 1.66 million models a year.
Sales of Mercedes is predicted to increase 12 percent whereas Audi sales might increase 16 percent. When we take a look at BMW’s Rolls-Royce brands and BMW Mini, we will see that their sales rose to 6.5 percent in the first three quarters and they went to a record 1.53 million cars.
BMW are going to continue to improve the quality of their cars and this has been the main reason why people have been buying their cars.
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