Mini USA Car Sales Charts - January 2014

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Mini USA car sales chart January 2014
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Now that we're all nicely acquainted with the next Mini Cooper, at least in hardtop form, sales of the outgoing Mini are tumbling. January's 50% decline in Cooper Hardtop sales follows up on 2013's 8% drop.

With a chopping in half of sales of its normal best seller, Mini USA announced that January 2014's most popular variant was the Countryman. However, Countryman sales also declined; quite sharply, in fact. 

Sales of the Roadster and Coupe also slid below January 2013's level, and Paceman sales, which had risen to their highest level yet in December (650) fell to just 111 units in January.


Meanwhile, Fiat sold 2493 500s and 729 500Ls. Volkswagen sold 750 Beetle Convertibles and 1284 hardtop Beetles in January 2014. 

Click Column Headers To Sort • February 2014 • December 2013 • January 2013
Mini
January
2014
January
2013
%
Change
2014
YTD
2013
YTD

Change
Mini Cooper Hardtop
832
1654-49.7%832 1654 -49.7%
Mini Cooper Convertible
163
14115.6%163 141 15.6%
Mini Cooper Clubman
221
2095.7%221 209 5.7%
Mini Countryman
1074
1416-24.2%1064 1416 -24.2%
Mini Coupe 
84
97-13.4%84 97 -13.4%
Mini Roadster
58
165-64.8%58 165 -64.8%
Mini Paceman
111
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Total
2543
3682-30.9%2543 3682 -30.9%
Source: BMW of North America

RECOMMENDED READING
Mini USA Car Sales Charts - February 2014 YTD
Mini USA Car Sales Charts - December 2013 & Year End
Mini USA Car Sales Charts - January 2013
U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings - January 2014
Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America - January 2014

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