Audi reported that a Feb 2016 sales increasing 2.3% to 11,718 vehicles, a sum that stands as a brand’s 62nd true month of record U.S. sales.
Audi achieved a best-ever Feb sales in a brand’s U.S. history. The prior Feb record was set in 2015 with sales of 11,455 vehicles. Through a initial dual months of 2016, Audi U.S. sales rose 2.5% from final year to 23,568 vehicles.
February formula were bolstered by sales of a A7 and Q7 models. The A7 posted an 87% boost from final February. Consumer direct for a all-new Audi Q7 remained high, ensuing in a 63% boost over final February. Year-to-date sales of this oppulance SUV indication rose 111% over a same time duration in 2015.
“There is strong direct for models during a tip finish of a lineup, such as a A7 and Q7,” pronounced Mark Del Rosso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. “This gives us certainty that a sales movement will continue with a arriving launches of a all-new A4 and R8 this spring.”
Audi Certified pre-owned automobile sales set a new Feb record, with a 0.4% benefit on 3,713 CPO vehicles sold.
Audi binds a longest using monthly record sales strain in a reward automobile marketplace according to a rival sales news from MotorIntelligence.com.
– A3 includes A3 Sedan, S3 Sedan, A3 Cabriolet and A3 Sportback.
– A4 includes A4 Sedan and S4 Sedan, though does not embody Audi allroad.
– A5 includes A5 Coupe, S5 Coupe, RS 5 Coupe, A5 Cabriolet, S5 Cabriolet and
RS 5 Cabriolet.
– A6 includes A6 Sedan and S6 Sedan.
– A7 includes A7 Sedan, S7 Sedan and RS 7 Sedan.
– A8 includes A8 Sedan, A8 L Sedan and S8 Sedan.
– Q5 includes Q5 and SQ5.
– R8 includes R8 Coupe and R8 Spyder.
– TT includes TT Coupe, TTS Coupe and TT Roadster.