Yet recently the 3er’s chief rivals have likewise fallen in 2014, the Audi A4 only slightly; the Mercedes-Benz C-Class more sharply as the brand prepares to introduce a new C.
But there are new alternatives on the rise. Cadillac ATS sales rose 62% to 349 units in July. Lexus sold 339 copies of the IS.
Smaller premium players are also having an impact, as Mercedes-Benz’s CLA topped 300 units for the fourth consecutive month in July, and Audi Canada sold more than 200 A3s for the third consecutive month.
60% of BMW’s July volume stemmed from the 2-Series, 3-Series, X1, and X3. Mercedes-Benz generated 51% its non-Sprinter July sales with its four entry-level models: B, C, CLA, and GLK. 72% of Audi’s sales originated from the A3, A4, and Q5.
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