Porsche Panamera Sales Figures

Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Porsche Panamera. Use the dropdown at the top right of this page or at GCBC's Sales Stats home to find sales figures for any other vehicle currently on sale in North America.
                                             
Month
Porsche Panamera
U.S. Sales 2010
Porsche Panamera
U.S. Sales 2011
Porsche Panamera
U.S. Sales 2012
Porsche Panamera
U.S. Sales 2013
Porsche Panamera
U.S. Sales 2014
January
534
604
703
588
546
February
409
442
511
385
478
March 
542
654
653
411
442
April 
678
597
868
501

May 
605
616
751
399

June
739
609
619
248

July 
807
619
627
487

August 
627
529
646
454

September
624
514
606
475

October
747
611
467
501

November
729
608
680
472

December
700
476
483
500

                                                       
Month
Porsche Panamera
Canadian Sales 2010
Porsche Panamera
Canadian Sales 2011
Porsche Panamera
Canadian Sales 2012
Porsche Panamera
Canadian Sales 2013
Porsche Panamera
Canadian Sales 2014
January
18
17
38
19
19
February
20
26
23
18
19
March 
40
36
30
21
46
April 
46
51
38
32

May 
37
33
46
43

June
40
43
34
25

July 
39
28
36
17

August 
31
33
30
27

September
24
22
30
52

October
36
38
34
34

November
32
16
41
22

December
24
16
42
18


Year
Porsche Panamera
U.S. Sales
Porsche Panamera
Canadian Sales
2009
1247
114
2010
7741
387
2011
6879
359
2012
7614
422
2013
5421
328
2014 YTD *
1466
84
Source: Automakers & ANDC 
* 3 Months U.S. & 3 Months Canada

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1 comment:

  1. Bruce Madeley7/28/2012 1:45 am

    The Panamera is one damn good car despite what some auto magazines remark about it. They mostly dislike the hindquarters of the car because it has a convenient hatch. That means that it can serve as a station wagon if it needs to be. I think the car looks muscular in profile. It handles better than many so-called sports cars and in Turbo S form can beat the tires off many super sports cars. I would love one.
    Bruce Madeley
    Sycame, Illinois

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