Audi posts best-ever monthly sales in the US for Dec 2013

Audi posts best-ever monthly sales in the US for Dec 2013

On the day Audi’s Indian arm became the first luxury car company in history to cross the milestone of 10,000 unit sales in a calendar year, it’s US counterpart has posted best ever Dec 2013 sales.

Audi USA Dec 2013 sales stand at 17,013. Not only this is their best ever monthly sales in the US, but this is also the first time that the German luxury car maker has posted sales of more than 15,000 units in a single calendar month. Their YTD sales for 2013 is at 158,061, which is a 13.5% increase over 2012 sales.

Audi posts best-ever monthly sales in the US for Dec 2013The best selling Audi car in the US for 2013, has been their Q5 SUV. Last month, Audi delivered 4,974 units of Q5, posting an increase of 32.2%. The Q7 too performed well, with sales of 2,279 units, increasing by 52%. Their range topping sports car, R8 too posted a growth of 37% in Dec 2013.

As far as sedan sales is concerned, Audi A6 registered 2,686 units in Dec 2013, increasing by 43.3%. YTD sales of A6 increased by 18.1% to 22,428 units. Every third Audi car sold in the US, is either the A6, A7, A8 or Q7.

“After 36 consecutive record sales months, 2013 was another year to thank America for embracing Audi,” said Mark Del Rosso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. “These record results show the payoff from our longstanding strategy to build the Audi brand through exciting products, committed dealer partners and a sustainable business model.” For more information, scroll through the press release below.

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Sagar Patel

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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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