For the fifth consecutive year, the BMW 3 Series was America’s top-selling premium brand vehicle. Second places goes to Lexus RX, followed by Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The 3 Series and 4 Series families were combined together when BMW USA released the official figures.
The total 3 Series/4 Series sales in 2014 reached the highest level since 2007 and accounted for 42% of all BMW cars sold in 2014, up from 39% in 2013.
On Cars.com, the F30 3 Series Sedan accounts for 65% of all 3 Series and 4 Series inventory listed, while the sedan along with the coupe, convertible and sports wagon models account for 88% of all 3 Series and 4 Series inventory.
The 3 Series hasn’t been outsold in premium category since 2009 and in 2014, it was America’s 16th best selling car.
The 3 Series/4 Series ranked 32nd in the overall standings, just behind the Toyota Highlander and Kia Soul and just ahead of the Chevrolet Impala and Nissan Versa.[Source: TTAC]