Audi has announced they managed to sell no less than 182,011 vehicles in United States last year. This represents an increase of 15.2% compared to 2013 while deliveries in December 2014 rose by 13.1% to 19,238 units compared to the same month of 2013. Audi also managed to post the 48th consecutive month of record sales in U.S, with the previous December record of 17,013 vehicles.
Audi of America president Scott Keogh declared “these record-breaking sales results are a direct reflection of the commitment and dedication of our dealer partners.” One of the most successful models was the Q5 crossover which posted a year-over-year gain of 5.1% with 42,420 units sold in 2014. The larger Q7 was also very popular as deliveries jumped by 15.9% to 18,517 cars, despite the fact the model is at the end of its lifecycle. Audi’s entry-level crossover, the Q3, was the model of choice for 3,654 customers.
Here are all results of Audi’s sales last year in United States:
Audi U.S. snapshot (YTD)
|— MTD —||— YTD —|
|Model Line||Dec ’14 Actual||Dec ’13 Actual||Yr/Yr % change||Dec ’14 YTD Actual||Dec ’13 YTD Actual||Yr/Yr % change|
|Total Audi Sales||19,238||17,013||13.1%||182,011||158,061||15.2%|
|Total CPO Sales||4,349||4,022||8.1%||47,023||40,190||17.0%|
– A3 includes A3 sedan, S3 sedan and A3 Cabriolet.
– A4 includes A4 sedan and S4 sedan, but does not include 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, TT roadster and TTS roadster.