BMW- Reigning in Australia

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The head of Mercedes-Benz has issued an inspiring letter to his staff urging them to retaliate against growing magnificent German competitors Audi and BMW.

Subsequent to the first six months of 2011, Mercedes-Benz has sold 610,531 automobiles around the world, in relation to 652,970 by Audi and 689,861 by BMW.

Even though Mercedes’ overall sales have increased by an inspiring 9.7 per cent this year, both Audi and BMW have increased approximately 18 per cent in the similar time.

BMW Australia states it is ready to fend off a local sales attack by rival German car Audi, which has stated its plan to turn out to be Australia's leading luxury brand by 2015.

BMW yet again considers Audi as a competitor, with recently chosen managing director Stavros Yallouridis saying publicly he would "have to keep an eye" on the 'third' German brand that's been seizing its compatriots on the sales charts. 

Despite comprehensible likeness between the two German brands, the then BMW Australia manager Gunther Seemann suggested Audi was a lot concessional, which was not reliable with a luxury brand. 

Regardless of Audi's recent growth spurt - the brand has doubled its market share since 2004 and increased sales by more than 150 per cent - Yallouridis is adamant BMW will continue to be the most extensive luxury brand in Australia. 

The two most recent models will take the figure of BMW body styles to 19, which presently comprise a hatchback (1-Series), four sedans (3-Series, 5-Series and short and long wheelbase versions of the 7-Series), three coupes (1-Series, 3-Series and 6-Series), four convertibles (Z4, 1-Series, 3-Series and 6-Series), two wagons (3-Series and 5-Series) and three 4WDs (X3, X5 and X6). 

Stressed from Audi and single-minded to wrest its top segment lead back from Mercedes-Benz, BMW is setting up to unleash a sudden increase of trendy and updated models in Australia.

BMW boasts the rewards that diesel-powered 320d have attained. Variously, the appreciation has crowned the car as a real world gem - one English magazine even suggested it was the premium car in the (real) world.

If you're a common person who reads car reviews online or off, in all possibilities everyone is laboring the point that the recent diesel is a far cry from the clattery, Smokey and slow industrial engines of earlier times. Whatever the brand, generally these are engines that are free revving (though over a narrower rev range established), well-built in the midrange, silent and smolder and smoke free.

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This article was published on 2011/08/19