BMW Group Malaysia yesterday announced that it has achieved another year of record-breaking business performance with 14,338 vehicles delivered – a segment-leading growth of 13%.

Of the 14,338 vehicles sold under the group, 12,008 were BMW vehicles, with the remainder being MINI vehicles (1,200) and BMW Motorrad motorcycles (1,130).

The best selling BMW was none other than the BMW 3-Series, with over 3,300 units delivered while over 2,700 units of the BMW 5-Series were sold.

Of the total, 57% of the cars delivered were electrified vehicles with the BMW X5 xDrive40e registering the highest figures with over 2,900 units sold.

This is followed by the BMW 330e with over 2,100 units, BMW 530e with over 1,700 units, and over 540 units of the BMW 740Le xDrive.

As for MINI, they sold over 560 units of the MINI Cooper Countryman, 90 of which were of the Cooper S E ALL4 variant.

At the event, BMW Malaysia also unveiled six new BMW i Charging facilities at the Bangsar Shopping Centre.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.