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Well with the exception of the Macan, sales YOY are down across the board. Hopefully, with the new Panamera and Cayenne those will see a bump.
BMW is not doing much well either. They reported a Nov 16 US sales drop of 18.2% YoY, to 26,000 units. Still, BMW sells in two months what Porsche sells in about a year:
BMW Group U.S. Reports November 2016 Sales - KSWO, Lawton, OK- Wichita Falls, TX: News, Weather, Sports. ABC, 24/7, Telemundo -
In 2013, the worldwide sales difference between BMW or Audi and Porsche was about 10:1. Here's the sales data for the first two for that year:
It appears Porsche is wining the SUV battle.
For me, it's the torque over weight ratio at mid RPM.
Dates cars owned, model & year:
1972-1974 Auto Union 1000 Sp Cabriolet 1962
1974-1981 VW Beetle 1974
1981-1984 Camaro 1971
1984-1986 Porsche 911 Targa 1974
1986-2016 Porsche 944 1986
1995-1999 Jaguar XJ6 1992
2000-2016 BMW X5 2000
2016- Porsche Macan GTS 2017