Audi of America reports record sales for January

Audi of America reports record sales for January  
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on 02/02/2007

Source: Audi of America, Inc.

Audi of America today reported strong January sales results. Sales totaled 6,399 vehicles, a 5.2% increase over the previous year, and the best January in the company’s history. January marked the 10th month of the past 12 when Audi sold more vehicles than the pervious year. Johan de Nysschen, Executive Vice President of Audi of America, Inc. stated, “Audi has a great deal of momentum as we enter 2007. We’re coming off record sales in 2006, residual values on our new vehicles are, on average, the best in the luxury set, and the R8 sports car is generating a great deal of interest in the brand.

“2007 can be another great year for Audi and our customers,” he said. “We have three significant launches, including the TT Coupe and Roadster, the R8 mid-engine sports car, and the A5 coupe. We’re certainly looking to set another record this year.”

The January sales figures were fueled by an 11.8% increase for the A4 model line, as well as continued strong results for the Audi Q7 (1,636 deliveries). Audi saw its biggest growth in the Pacific Northwest region which posted a 60.7% increase over last year’s numbers. New Jersey (44.9%), the Desert region (43.3%), Los Angeles (41.2%), and Miami and Michigan (37.5%) also saw big gains in January.

Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) sales were also up for January. Sales totaled 1,859, a 5.7% increase over the previous year.

Audi of America is headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, and markets a line of luxury cars built in plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, Germany; Bratislava, Slovakia; Györ, Hungary; and Changchun, China (local market only). The parent company, Audi AG, is headquartered in Ingolstadt, Germany.

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