News BMW Motorrad USA | January Sales up 9.7%

BMW Motorrad USA | January Sales up 9.7%

2013 BMW F700GS

BMW Motorrad Sales

Once again, BMW Motorrad USA has reported positive sales, the Bavarian motorcycle manufacturer selling 597 motorcycles in January, up 9.7 percent from January 2012 when 544 motorcycle were sold.

BMW Motorrad USA says: “January’s growth was spearheaded by the S 1000 RR, up 120 percent with sales of 101 compared to 46 units in 2012. The newly upgraded F 700 GS also grew, up 89 percent with sales of 49 units compared to 26 a year ago, while the recently introduced HP4 superbike and C 650 GT maxi scooter helped maintain the positive momentum from last year with 20 and 47 units respectively.”

Worldwide, BMW arrives in 2013 following a year of record sales. In 2012, BMW Motorrad sold 106,358 motorcycles and maxi scooters to customers, which was an increase of two percent over 2011.

BMW expects 2013 to be an even stronger year due to the release of the totally revamped BMW R 1200 GS, which receives a semi-water cooled Boxer twin.

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