Mercedes-Benz Sales. The premium car maker notes a November record for over 209,000 units delivered last month. It was the first November ever in which the company passed the 200,000 units mark.
Mercedes-Benz thus reached a total of 2,133,594 cars sold from January to November, a sales increase by 1.4% compared to the same period last year. The figure of November surpasses the same month of 2018 by 5.3%. The compact cars and the SUVs where the ones collecting most of the merits for the exhilarating numbers.
Mercedes remained the premium market leader in countries such as Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Denmark, Portugal, Turkey, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Thailand, Canada and others.
Europe accounted for 82,123 cars with the star in November, while Germany took 30,872 of them. Deliveries to states such as Switzerland, Poland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Portugal increased to a record level in November.
A new record was marked in the Asia-Pacific region as well last month, with 83,652 units (+11.0%). China took delivery of 57,901 vehicles, the highest number of cars ever sold in a November by Mercedes-Benz in China.
38,601 cars wen to the NAFTA region, a 7.7% increase. 33,721 of them went to the United States of America for an 8.7% growth. Mercedes-Benz thus became the highest-selling premium brand in the United States last month.
The compact cars were chosen by approximately 61,500 customers in November, a 9.8% increase. From January to November, 607,600 units of the A- and B-Class, CLA Coupé, CLA Shooting Brake and GLA were delivered.
The S-Class Saloon convinced 6,800 people worldwide for a 2.6% growth. The luxury sedan was especially popular in the United States and South Korea. Global deliveries of the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Saloon also increased from January to November (+5.2%). In China, never before have so many Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Saloon been sold in the period from January to November as in 2019.
Other 76,300 customers turned out to be starred SUV lovers, as the GLA, GLC, GLC Coupé, GLE, GLE Coupé, GLS and G-Class- marked an increase of 10.5% last month and a new November record.
There were 105,600 smart vehicles sold worldwide, with the upgraded smart EQ fortwo and forfour had their world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. They were available to order as of mid-November.
|November 2019||Change in %||Jan. – Nov. 2019||Change in %|
|Mercedes-Benz unit sales in the regions/markets|
|– thereof Germany||30,872||+5.8||290,372||+5.1|
|– thereof China||57,901||+11.0||640,933||+6.3|
|– thereof USA||33,721||+8.7||285,800||+0.7|