2014 Jaguar XFR-S - First Drive - August 2013
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Hyundai: As is customary, Hyundai's U.S. chief John Krafcik posted preliminary numbers via Twitter: "record Nov. sales (56,005, +5%) paced by Santa Fe (+43%), Accent (+42%), Elantra (+5%)."
Kia: Kia sales rose from 41,055 units in November 2012 to 45,411 units last month, powered by the arrival of the second-generation Soul hatchback.
Subaru: Subaru had its best November ever with 36,621 sales, up 29.8 percent. On the year, the automaker has sold 384,511 vehicles, having passed last year's sales levels back in October.
BMW / MINI: BMW/MINI reported sales of 36,327 vehicles, down 0.4 percent from the 36,461 vehicles sold in November 2012.
Mercedes-Benz: Mercedes sold 37,345 vehicles across its three brands, and 34,376 with the Mercedes-Benz badge--the latter number up 13.4 percent, powered by the arrival of the new CLA-Class compact.
Volkswagen: With sales of 30,727 units in November, VW was off 16.3 percent. VW has sold 373,689 units year-to-date, putting 400,000 sales within reach for all of 2013. The Jetta was down 12.9 percent; the Passat, down 15.8 percent.
Mazda: Mazda sold 20,754 vehicles in November, off 4.3 percent from November 2012.Audi: Audi sold 13,636 vehicles in November, a 13-percent gain, and its fourth best month ever in the U.S.
Mitsubishi: Mitsubishi sold 6,071 vehicles in November, up 69.9 percent from the year-ago period.
Jaguar / Land Rover: Jaguar sold 1,446 units, up 103 percent; Land Rover sold 4,601 units in November. Their combined 6,047 units represent a 37-percent gain on November 2012.
Volvo: Volvo reported U.S. sales of 4,233 units, down 31.1 percent from November 2012.Porsche: Porsche sold 3,966 vehicles in November, up 3 percent; year to date, Porsche is up 22 percent, at 39,077 cars and SUVs.