MINI Sales Continue their Downward Trend in the US for November

MINI sales are up worldwide, except for the United States. For November, MINI USA reported 4,038 vehicles sold, a decrease of 10.4 percent from the 4,507 sold in the same month a year ago. Year-to-date, MINI USA reported a total of 42,494 vehicles sold, a decrease of 10.3 percent from 47,372 vehicles sold in the first 11 months of 2016.

Gas prices and the shifting tastes of Americans towards small crossovers have certainly been a big part of this sales shift. You can look no further than MINI’s own sales figures for evidence as the Countryman is now the best selling vehicle by a wide margin.

  • Nick Dawson

    MINI USA SALES – % SHARE NOV 2017

    1. Countryman – 1,539 = 38.11%
    2. Hardtop 2dr –1,125 = 27.86%
    3. Hardtop 4dr – 0,718 = 17.78%
    4. Clubman —- 0,399 = 09.88%
    5. Convertible– 0,257 = 06.36%

    MINI USA SALES – % SHARE YTD 2017

    1. Countryman – 13,323 = 31.35%
    2. Hardtop 2dr – 09,855 = 23.19%
    3. Clubman —–07,233 = 17.02%
    4. Hardtop 4dr – 06,896 = 16.23%
    5. Convertible — 05,178 = 12.19%
  • R.O.

    2nd year in a row MINI didn’t show/attend the SF Int’l Car show. They also won’t be at the Silicon Valley Auto Show in Jan 2018.