Mercedes-Benz sales stay strong in September
A shortage of inventory and overall downward trend in luxury vehicle sales mean that Mercedes-Benz sales in September decreased slightly compared to last year’s September, but no one at Mercedes-Benz is hanging their heads.
“We have concluded the third quarter in a strong position, despite a temporary shortage of inventory,” says Brian D. Fulton, President & CEO of Mercedes-Benz Canada. “Demand for our products remains high and I am pleased that now, as our model year 2019 vehicles continue to arrive steadily in showrooms across the dealer network, we are in a much better position to meet it.”
There were some definitive bright spots in the Mercedes-Benz family last month including the GLE which saw sales increase by 22.6 percent. The S-Class also did very well with a jump in sales of 16.3 %. The big winner, however, was the E-Class Coupe which saw sales jump by 32.4 %.
Mercedes-Benz vans also kept up their strong momentum with 566 Sprinter and Metris models sold last month, about 60 more units than in September 2017.
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