In a year in which vehicle sales were down across the board, BMW managed to have some good news to report. With 278,732 cars sold, the famous brand narrowly took the crown in luxury-car sales in the United States. As an online blog points out, BMW was just ahead of Lexus, which sold 275,041 cars, and Mercedes-Benz with their 274,916 completed sales. Audi sold 186,520 automobiles in 2020, while Acura rounded the extravagant top-five with 136,982 vehicles. The top-selling models were the X3 and X5 crossovers, though the 3-Series remained strong with over 41,000 units sold.
BMW X3: Balance Between Price and Comfort
The idea of a BMW SUV used to be quite provocative. Many people were sure that the brand that brought the world lithe-handling sport sedans should not create a big-and-tall family hauler. Then again, many people were delighted that they can choose their favorite brand while having the convenience and comfort of an SUV. X3 is a nice luxury SUV and a solid, well-rounded choice. The biggest news for the 2020 model of the X3 is the addition of three new variants, the high-performance X3 M, M Competition, and the impressive xDrive30e plug-in hybrid.
BMW X5: Luxury & Performance
The 2020 model of the X5 is great for long drives, vacation rides, and everyday lives. With the greatest and latest from Germany, the SUV is ready to perform any task that a driver might have. It’s powered by the in-line 6-cylinder engine in the xDrive40i. It packs a lot of performance, and it’s coupled with its Dynamic Damper Control that helps to change the suspension settings on the fly. Special sensors monitor the movement of the wheels over 400 times per second, and they can easily adjust the shock absorbers to give the driver the best possible handling as well as a smooth ride.
it’s safe to say that most American drivers in 2020 have chosen BMW as their daily vehicle because the German vehicle manufacturer knows who to strike the right balance between comfort, performance, and value.