In Mini’s best July since BMW began selling the brand in America, six different models found 5855 buyers. 77% of those buyers opted for a Countryman or the company’s best-selling Cooper/Cooper S hardtop.
Mini accounted for 22% of BMW’s total U.S.volume in July 2012. The 3-Series, down 11% year-over-year, outsold the Mini brand by 1798 units. BMW’s next best-selling model, the 5-Series, trailed the Mini brand by 155 units.
The above chart can be clicked for a larger view. Sometime in the next couple of days you’ll be able to see the Mini family of cars compared with all other small cars on sale in America in this section of GoodCarBadCar.net.