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Mercedes Takes Lead in the US Luxury Market With January Sales


Mercedes-Benz January sales increased 11%, getting an edge over BMW in the US luxury car sales this year. Mercedes said it sold 22,051 vehicles in January, thanks to its C-Class sedan, which saw an increase of 11% to 7,214 units. BMW reported sales up 0.7% last month to 16,513 units, due to an increase of 56% for its X5 SUV. Sales ...
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Mercedes Takes Lead in the US Luxury Market With January Sales
Mercedes-Benz January sales increased 11%, getting an edge over BMW in the US luxury car sales this year. Mercedes said it sold 22,051 vehicles in January, thanks to its C-Class sedan, ...

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