Worldwide MINI Sales Up 3.8% for May

MINI sales continue to “truck-along” globally with the new Countryman finally on showroom floors. But the big story is the Clubman which has continued to show strong sales despite the new Countryman on the lots.

Official release: Sales of the MINI brand continue to show stable growth: 141,767 vehicles were delivered in the first five months of the year, an increase of 3.8%. The main growth drivers here remain the MINI Cabrio with 14,373 units sold (up 52.3%) and the MINI Clubman with 23,899 vehicles sold (+13.3%) in the first five months of the year. The MINI Countryman, which had its market launch in March, also contributed to the positive trend with 7,035 vehicles sold in May (up 26.4%).

  • Nick Dawson

    TOTAL MINI ANNUAL SALES – GLOBAL vs USA

    2002: 144,119 vs 24,590 = 17.06% 2003: 176,465 vs 36,010 = 20.40% 2004: 184,357 vs 36,032 = 20.42% 2005: 200,428 vs 40,820 = 20.37% 2006: 188,077 vs 39,171 = 20.83% 2007: 222,875 vs 42,045 = 18.86% 2008: 232,425 vs 54,077 = 23.27% 2009: 216,538 vs 45,225 = 20.89% 2010: 234,175 vs 45,644 = 19.49% 2011: 285,060 vs 57,511 = 20.17% 2012: 301,526 vs 66,123 = 21.93% 2013: 305,030 vs 66,502 = 21.80% 2014: 302,183 vs 56,112 = 18.57% 2015: 338,466 vs 58,514 = 17.29% 2016: 360,233 vs 52,030 = 14.44%

    2016: 136,617 vs 20,230 = 14.81% (YTD) 2017: 141,767 vs 17,792 = 12.55% (YTD)