This makes us feel even worse. We love BMW sedans, especially the M models. However, if the dealerships can't sell them, it means that BMW may start to focus more on its SUVs than sedans and sports cars. Jim Morino, owner of Acura of Lynnwood in Washington, said 2016 "was a tough year." Sedan sales were slow, but RDX and MDX supplies couldn't meet demand. Acura is now trying some new things to get people into showrooms, which we can only assume will involve more SUV and crossover models. The key takeaway from these interviews is clear, dealerships barely want to sell sedans anymore. Even new entrants to the market like Jaguar are quickly discovering how profitable
SUVs are. Better get used to the new world order.