Mercedes-Benz reports new sales increase in October
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Mercedes-Benz reports new sales increase in October

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Mercedes-Benz USA is preparing to close the year en fanfare. The company sold 28,955 units acorss America, marking a 1.0% increase from the same period last year. There were 2,446 vans and 140 smart cars going to lucky customers.

On a year-to-date basis, Mercedes-Benz reports a total of 271,205 vehicles sold in the United States.

“We are on track for a solid close to 2017 as we continue into the fourth quarter,” says Dietmar Exler, president and CEO of MBUSA. “Momentum is growing with our newly launched S-Class Sedan, AMG models and the strong demand for our SUV lineup.”

The mid-size sedan C-Class is the volume leader, with 5,996 units sold. The GLE SUV, at 4,817 units sold, and the E-Class business sedan (CLS included), with 4,681, are keeping it company at the top of the ranking.

The Americans are crazy about high-performance as well, since Mercedes-AMG sold 3,256 units in October, hitting 26,822 cars in 2017, up by 52.9%.

Mercedes-Benz Passenger Vehicles Oct-17 Oct-16 Monthly % YTD 2017 YTD 2016 Yearly %
B-CLASS 59 58 1.7% 602 526 14.4%
CLA 1,814 2,295 -21.0% 16,506 21,846 -24.4%
C-CLASS 5,996 6,227 -3.7% 64,946 62,561 3.8%
E-CLASS/CLS 4,681 3,827 22.3% 41,192 41,403 -0.5%
S-CLASS 1,228 2,420 -49.3% 11,901 15,834 -24.8%
SLC 192 238 -19.3% 2,380 2,797 -14.9%
SL 331 299 10.7% 2,406 3,145 -23.5%
AMG GT 245 81 202.5% 1,144 1,040 10.0%
GLA 2,219 2,560 -13.3% 19,236 19,967 -3.7%
GLC 4,245 3,588 18.3% 37,134 39,978 -7.1%
GLE 4,817 4,042 19.2% 43,858 41,523 5.6%
GLS 2,920 2,828 3.3% 26,381 24,072 9.6%
G-CLASS 208 196 6.1% 3,519 3,171 11.0%
TOTAL 28,955 28,659 1.0% 271,205 277,863 -2.4%
Vans1 2,446 2,724 -10.2% 27,673 27,880 -0.7%
smart 140 418 -66.5% 2,775 4,462 -37.8%

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