Alfa Romeo saw great success compared with last year’s figures, with their Giulia sedan continuing to provide a very welcome boost to the Italian marque’s figures. Bentley also saw a jump after entering the premium SUV market with their Bentayga.
Despite a broad range Mini, makers of the biggest ever small car see substantial drops compared with last year, compounding overall drops in sales for BMW-Mini group as a whole.
Most of the manufacturer groups see drops overall, though Nissan Motor Company and Jaguar Land Rover buck the trend by increasing their sales on last year – the latter having recently introduced their new, technologically-advanced Discovery, reviving the moniker in the States alongside the phenomenally popular Jaguar F-Pace SUV.
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Source: Automakers & ANDC Red font indicates declining year-over-year volume * Does not include Lamborghini : 88 ^ Excluding Sprinter/Metris: 28994 ° Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram = FCA WSJ estimate for Tesla: 3900 estimate for Tesla:4400 estimate for Ferrari : 195 estimate for Aston Martin: 57 † Industry total takes into account Automotive News figures/estimates for brands such as Tesla and other low-volume, high-priced manufacturers.