Bentley Sales Are 32% Higher Than in 2011

With most manufacturers experiencing substantial sales increases, the luxury car segment in general and Bentley in particular could not have been left out. The British manufacturer is reporting a 32% improvement in sales when compared to the January - June period of last year, and this figure comes courtesy of a total of 3,929 cars sold so far.
Bentley Continental GT 1 photo
Photo: Bentley
The increase is due mainly to Bentley’s efforts on the Chinese market, where sales are up 55.7% to 1,059 units delivered, followed by the US (their strongest market) which registered a sales growth of 25.7%, reaching a total of 1,140 units sold thus far in 2012.

However, the US and China aren’t the only regions where sales were up, as the Middle East recorded an increase of 47.9% (346 cars), while Europe results were up by 22.9% (607 cars). However, when it comes to percentages, Japan trumps them all, as sales there increased by a substantial 114.3%.
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