I think the JX (QX60) is their second best selling model.Ye good looking numbers.
Any idea why the U.S. numbers are up 26% year over year?
I only really follow G37/Q50.
I don't follow the rest of their cars much myself (so I figure someone here must know).
Even the 3-series was under 7,000 and everywhere you looked, models were down double-digit percentages. Some blame the weather.The G37 use to sell over 7,000 a month,
really not that solid.
How do you tell they are ALL Q50"S"? Stillen was looking for the sales number for premium.
Wow. Surprised at the C class numbers -- especially considering how old the model run is with the newer one just over the horizon, and just plain value for money. I guess that three pointed star is worth its weight in gold. Also surprised at how low the ATS numbers are; that is one nice car (except for the small back seat).Even the 3-series was under 7,000 and everywhere you looked, models were down double-digit percentages. Some blame the weather.
Combined Q50/Q60/G sales would be 4,264, which once again would be third after the C. The Germans combine sedans and coupes (and wagons where they exist) and have stripped base models, so just to get an idea of what it would look like if the coupe were included and we treated the G as a 4-cylinder entry car.
No one is ever going to catch BMW and Mercedes. Third and Fourth are the big prizes.
nope not Q50:Did you guys see the Kia commercial during the Superbowl - about what luxury should be. At the end, they show a couple of cars in the background crash through the air. I am pretty sure the one on the left was a Q50. That made me laugh.
report on Q50 only (Q50s)It's Q50s not Q50S. ALL. It's PLURAL. That's how...