By The Numbers: U.S. premium car sales in January 2016

News | February 14th, 2016 by 2
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Winter is usually a time when auto sales decline and January 2016 made no exception. There were several automakers who reported sale gains as well. …

Winter is usually a time when auto sales decline and January 2016 made no exception. There were several automakers who reported sale gains as well.

Mercedes-Benz’s 0.2 percent increase to 24,664 units occurred as C-Class sales fell 19 percent and E-Class volume plunged 42 percent. Audi division broke its January record despite a 10 percent loss from the A3, a 15 percent drop in A4 sales, and sharp declines from the A5, and A6. The brand was up 3 percent.

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BMW fell 4.7 percent while at Volvo sales rose 12 percent. 56 percent of those sales came from the new XC90.

Porsche also reported a sales increase of 11 percent while Jaguar’s car sales saw a 7 percent gain.

Here is the full list of

Acura down 15%, 10,250
Alfa down 31%, 67
Audi up 3%, 11,850
Bentley down 16%, 81
BMW down 5%, 18,082
Buick up 46%, 18,269
Cadillac down 8%, 10,740
Chevrolet down 4%, 137,803
Chrysler down 22%, 18,214
Dodge up 19%, 42,109
Fiat down 20%, 2,594
Ford down 3%, 165,301
GMC up 4%, 36,933
Honda flat, 90,247
Hyundai up 1%, 45,011
Infiniti down 12%, 8,514
Jaguar up 7%, 1,352
Jeep up 15%, 59,032
Kia flat, 38,305
Lamborghini up 3%, 65
Land Rover up 7%, 5,655
Lexus down 10%, 20,933
Lincoln up 8%, 7,177
Maserati up 16%, 525
Mazda down 3%, 19,703
Mercedes-Benz up 2%, 26,563 – including Sprinter
MINI flat, 3,238
Mitsubishi down 4%, 6,264
Nissan up 3%, 97,220
Porsche up 11% to 4,354
Ram up 5%, 33,021
Scion up 38%, 5,009
smart down 19%, 399
Subaru up 1%, 41,101
Tesla up 9%, 2,075
Toyota down 5%, 135,251
Volkswagen down 15%, 20,079
Volvo up 12%, 4,244

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