More than just a fast start, U.S. sales of the Audi A3 continue to grow. More than a year since the relaunch of the sedan (and now convertible) A3, sales jumped 46% to more than 3100 units in July 2015.
This marked the fifth consecutive month in which A3 sales rose beyond 3000 units.
At BMW, sales of the brand’s core 3-Series and 4-Series models declined, but the entry-level 2-Series coupe and cabriolet jumped 61% to 1028 units, the fifth consecutive month in which 2-Series sales shot past the 1K marker.
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Over at Mercedes-Benz, the CLA-Class’s modest 3% uptick equalled only 61 extra units. But Mercedes-Benz USA’s old entry point, the C-Class, posted a 12% increase to 6384 sales, second only to the 3-Series among premium cars.
At Lexus, July’s top-selling premium brand, crossovers are the main source of growth. The NX added 4337 sales to the Lexus brand’s July tally compared with July 2014. The IS sedan, the Lexus car division’s entry point, was down 6%. But that car decline was more than counteracted by an additional 1232 RC coupe sales.
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