An 18 percent increase in sales by BMW and MINI in 2013 maintained Saudi Arabia as the second largest market for the brand in the region in terms of volume of cars sold.
The results were announced by Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors.
With a total delivery of 4,228 vehicles in 2013, the key driver of growth remains the BMW 7 Series accounting for a nine percent increase with a total of 1,631 cars sold in 2013.
Stavros Paraskevaides, director of Naghi Motors (BMW Group), said: “A byword for luxury, elegance and innovation, the BMW 7 Series model has strengthened its leading position as the most dynamic and innovative luxury sedan in the premium automotive segment in the Saudi Arabian market.”
He said: “We are confident that the strong performance of our flagship model will continue through 2014.”
Other models performed well too with the 5 Series achieving 35 percent increase to 1,186 cars delivered and the 3 Series gained 81 percent hike last year.