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BMW Car Sales Slip In February On Station Wagon Weakness. In its latest monthly sales report, the BMW Group reveals that its unit sales declined 6.8 percent to 115,311 units. The Bavarian carmaker saw sales of its core models nosedive by 18.4 percent in February. Most of the reason for the slowdown is because the company decided to phase out the 2-series cars, of which last month’s sales amounted to just 5,698 units. With the 4-series facelift yet to see the light of day, its sales in February amounted to only 4,449. But the drop was even worse at BMW’s Mini brand, where total sales of the British compact MPV were down 20.6 percent to 7,000 units last month. The company’s performance was slightly better when looking at BMW i-branded vehicles. In that respect, sales of the i3 jumped 52.3 percent to 3,171 units. The bigger picture is even more gloomy, however. In China, the world’s largest auto market, BMW saw sales down 22 percent to 20,587.

Meanwhile, the German automaker’s sales in the United States fell 7.9 percent to 15,698 units. That said, March will be a crucial month as the industry heads toward an annual sales milestone in the U.S. BMW will roll out a slew of new models during this month. Among the launches will be a revised version of the 5-series that will go on sale next month and a 3-series sedan previewed by the 2020 M5.

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