Mini USA Car Sales Charts - August 2013 YTD

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Mini USA market share chart August 2013
19.7% of the vehicles sold by the BMW Group in August 2013 were Minis. 47.3% of the Minis sold were original Coopers, the hardtop model. 

The only Minis to post year-over-year increases in August are down through the first eight months of 2013. The only Minis that have posted year-over-year increases through the first eight months of this year were down in August. 

Mini USA sales breakdown chart August 2013
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Only 1186 Pacemans have been sold so far. If not a disappointment, that number still makes the Paceman an exceedingly rare vehicle. 246 were sold in August. Mercedes-Benz sold 238 G-Class SUVs. The G-Class starts at $113,000. Toyota sold 269 Land Cruisers. Porsche's Boxster and Cayman, as well as the Mercedes-Benz SLK and Jaguar F-Type, all sold more often than the Paceman. You get the idea: seeing one is still a rare event.

For the record, Fiat sold 2976 500s in August, down 28% from last August when the 500L wasn't on the market. 500L sales rose to 1214 units in August. Sales of Volkswagen's Beetle convertible totalled 2227 in August. Beetle coupe sales fell 22% to 2694.

Click Column Headers To Sort - September 2013July 2013 - August 2012
Mini
August 
2013
%
Change
Year 
To 
Date
YTD

Change
Mini Cooper Hardtop
2848
+ 22.1%18,764- 4.0%
Mini Cooper Convertible
363
- 11.7%3177- 8.9%
Mini Cooper Clubman
459
- 0.9%3161- 17.5%
Mini Countryman
1631
- 20.4%14,405+ 8.0%
Mini Coupe 
275
+ 20.6%1581- 21.8%
Mini Roadster
201
- 13.7%2055+ 46.6%
Mini Paceman
246
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Total
6023
+ 5.3%44,329+ 1.6%
Source: BMW of North America

RECOMMENDED READING
Mini USA Sales Charts - September 2013 YTD
Mini USA Sales Charts - June 2013 YTD
Mini USA Sales Charts - August 2012 YTD
Historical Monthly & Yearly Mini Brand Sales Figures
U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - August 2013 YTD
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