BMW 4-Series Sales Figures

2014 BMW 4-Series
Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the BMW 4-Series. 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.

At least for the time being, from September 2013 forward, BMW USA is also displaying 4-Series sales in the 3-Series' total.
                                             
Month
BMW 4-Series
U.S. Sales 2014
BMW 4-Series
U.S. Sales 2015
BMW 4-Series
U.S. Sales 2016
January
n/a
2615
1832
February
n/a
2744
2683
March 
n/a
5362
4710
April 
n/a
3508
3226
May 
n/a
n/a

June
3910
6625

July 
3708
3190

August 
4280
2940

September
4544
2726

October
3422
3295

November
4227
3424

December
5859
5601

                                                     
Month
BMW 4-Series
Canadian Sales 2013
BMW 4-Series
Canadian Sales 2014
BMW 4-Series
Canadian Sales 2015
BMW 4-Series
Canadian Sales 2016
January
---
111
222
372
February
---
113
417
346
March 
---
164
286
415
April 
---
279
512
543
May 
---
306
638

June
---
395
619

July 
---
383
453

August 
---
347
356

September
---
401
374

October
191
328
359

November
243
307
395

December
112
335
311


Year
BMW 4-Series
U.S. Sales
BMW 4-Series 
Canadian Sales
2013
---
546
2014
41,442
3469
2015
46,082
4942
2016 YTD *
12,451
1676
Source: Automakers & ANDC 
* 4 months U.S. & 4 months Canada
BMW USA, not GCBC, chose to combine 3-Series and 4-Series figures through May 2015.

See the BMW 4-Series compared with its rivals in the monthly Small/Entry Luxury Car sales posts and the Sporty Car Sales posts on GoodCarBadCar.net

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