Mini USA Car Sales Charts – April 2014 YTD


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Only 15% of the new vehicles sold by BMW of North America in April 2014 were Minis. 47% of the Minis sold were Countrymans, which aren’t really all that mini. 

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We’re still waiting for complete availability of Mini’s core Hardtop model in its third iteration. Consequently, sales are plunging, falling 51% in April and 64% through the first four months of 2014.

Despite its dimensional growth which conflicts with Mini’s ethos – or what was Mini’s ethos – the new model has been well received by the automotive press in both base three-cylinder and S form. 

Buyers will likely feel the same way, and there’s nothing quite like rising fuel prices to help inspire a Mini revival. Fun and frugal and surprisingly roomy? The new Mini seems like an answer.

• Mini USA Car Sales Charts – March 2014 YTD
• Mini USA Car Sales Charts – April 2013 YTD
• U.S. Auto Sales Brand Rankings – April 2014 YTD
• Top 20 Best-Selling Cars In America – April 2014
• All 255 Autos Ranked By April 2014 YTD U.S. Sales
• All 149 Cars Ranked By April 2014 YTD U.S. Sales

Fiat sold 3041 500s in April, a 22% decrease, along with 1257 500Ls. Volkswagen sold 2647 Beetles, 1365 of which were convertibles.

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Mini
April
2014
April
2013
%
Change
2014
YTD
2013
YTD

Change
Mini Cooper Hardtop
1205
2469 -51.2% 3169 8859 -64.2%
Mini Cooper Convertible
374
507 -26.2% 1018 1226 -17.0%
Mini Cooper Clubman
391
400 -2.3% 1171 1238 -5.4%
Mini Countryman
2045
1864 9.7% 6350 6703 -5.3%
Mini Coupe 
80
168 -52.4% 342 613 -44.2%
Mini Roadster
126
283 -55.5% 422 938 -55.0%
Mini Paceman
169
95 77.9% 575 264 118%
Total
4390
5786 -24.1% 13,047 19,841 -34.2%

Source: BMW of North America