Audi sets 57th uninterrupted monthly U.S. record in Sep 2015

Audi reported that a Sep 2015 sales increasing 16.2% to 17,340 vehicles, a sum that stands as a brand’s 57th true month of record U.S. sales.

Audi achieved a best-ever Sep sales in a U.S. to symbol a 57th uninterrupted monthly sales record. The prior Sep record was set in 2014 with 14,917 Audi vehicles sold. Through a initial 9 months of 2015, Audi U.S. sales rose 12.5% from final year to 147,403 vehicles.

Third-quarter U.S. sales for Audi rose 15.3% from final year, with a Audi SUV models posting a 50.0% boost and Audi A3 models posting a 30.8% increase.

Sep formula were bolstered by sales of Audi oppulance SUVs, with a 44.3% boost for a Audi Q3, Q5 and Q7 models combined. The Q5 posted a 58.9% boost from final year, imprinting a best-ever sales month in a U.S. The Q7 posted a 42.2% boost from final September, and a Q3 posted a 3.5% boost over final year.

“As we conduct into a fourth quarter, we are assured that a sales movement opposite a Audi product lineup will outcome in a clever finish to a year,” pronounced Mark Del Rosso, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. “Throughout internal communities opposite America, we are beholden that a Audi retailers continue to broach a overwhelming vehicles during record levels to business and their use is clearly heading to patron faithfulness that is fast apropos a enviousness of a industry.”

In only a second month in a market, a all-new Audi TT posted a 345.2% sales boost from final year.

The A3 indication line achieved strong sales in Sep 2015. The compress reward models achieved a 15.9% boost over year-earlier sales. The Audi A6 and A7 models also achieved well, with year-over-year increases of 13.4% and 6.5%, respectively.

Audi Certified pre-owned automobile sales set a new Sep record, with a 1.5% benefit on 3,923 CPO vehicles sold. CPO sales year-to-date have increasing 6.4%.

Audi binds a longest using monthly record sales strain in a reward automobile marketplace according to a rival sales news from MotorIntelligence.com.