Deliveries increased to eight percent, according to the BMW Group, premium German automaker, converting to 2,117,965 Mini Vehicles, BMW and Rolls-Royce in 2014 for the fourth year in a row, all thanking for the high demand in China and about 5.3 percent in increase in the United States.
Following suit, the company was able to fulfill its goals of reaching over two million of units sold due to the high demand to its sedans, the 3-series and the 5-series. The deliveries of the company increased to 9.5 percent with about 1,811,719 of the 3-series model signups by two percent to 476,792 automobiles.
On the other hand, the mini sales dipped 0.9 percent last year because of the switchover of customers to new generation model; on a positive note, the mini sales registrations, in December, rose up 21 percent in demand.
This is great news for investors planning to do business with the BMW Group, but figures above are from last year. For 2015, let’s see how well the company would fare in terms of worldwide sales registrations.
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