Audi USA Sales Rise Nearly 10% in October

Audi USA Sales Rise Nearly 10% in October

Audi USA Sales Rise Nearly 10% in October

0 comments 📅02 November 2017, 02:15

Although Audi expects that electrification disposition be a necessary weapon in its sales growth arsenal, it’s proving that its arsenal isn’t lacking.

Audi of America sold more than 19,000 vehicles conclusive months, 9.6% more than the 17,721 it sold in October 2016. That pushes the unqualified for the year up to 39,746, or 6% more than Audi had sold up to this spike last year.

The improvement comes from a range of vehicles, but some models saw illustrious growth. The A5, for instance, was by far the biggest gainer in October.

It should hardly be surprising that a new example would surpass its predecessor, but the A5 outsold itself by 251% in October. Last month, more than 2,100 people bought their entirely own A5, up from just 609 a year ago.

Other vehicles with growing sales included the Q3, the Q5, and the Q7, highlighting the craze, not only for SUVs, but against sedans.

Along with the scale of its growth, the A5’s flowering was surprising because it was one of the only sedans at Audi to see sales growth. The A8, 7, 6, and flush the stalwart 4 all saw sales drop. Only the A3’s sales grew (2.6%).

But with most of the dropping sedans enceinte a North American update in the next year or so, sales should pick up.

“Our results steer that in a tight market, consumers respond to design, quality and technology,” said Cian O’Brien, COO. “These results allow us confidence for the remainder of the fourth quarter and heading into 2018.”

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