Mercedes-Benz reclaimed its sales crown in the U.S. in 2016, outselling both Lexus and BMW. Continue Reading...
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BMW bested Mercedes-Benz and Audi to retain the title of world’s biggest premium brand by vehicle sales. Continue Reading...
BMW is on track to beat out Mercedes-Benz and Lexus for the 2015 luxury sales crown. Continue Reading...
Lexus is returning as a main competitor in the luxury car sales race. Continue Reading...
BMW is once again sitting on top of the luxury sales throne. Continue Reading...
BMW is still in the top spot when it comes to luxury car sales around the globe, but the competition is closing in. Continue Reading...
The global luxury auto sales race is heating up, with Audi and Mercedes closing the gap on current leader BMW. Continue Reading...
Daimler is expanding its stake in Aston Martin as a part of the previously announced for AMG to provide engines to the British exotic car builder. Continue Reading...
BMW is on track to sell over two-million vehicles this year. Continue Reading...
Lexus is once again a competitor in the luxury car sales race. Continue Reading...
Despite a late December sales surge from rival BMW that made things close, Mercedes-Benz managed to sell more luxury cars than anyone else in the US in 2013. Continue Reading...
By the end of the year, Mercedes-Benz will offer online car sales to customers in Germany and Poland. Continue Reading...
In the competition to take the U.S. luxury crown, Mercedes-Benz has all but conceded in the race, admitting that it won’t play any games to try to be number one. Continue Reading...
According to data from Polk, U.S. buyers registered 67,385 BMW vehicles through March this year, topping Mercedes-Benz which saw 62,366 registrations. Continue Reading...
Going punch-for-punch with rival BMW, Mercedes-Benz has put up its own incentives to protect its lead in the US luxury market. Continue Reading...
Despite plans to be the most profitable luxury car brand by 2020, Mercedes-Benz is falling further into third place behind the likes of BMW and Audi. Continue Reading...