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Mercedes-Benz has extended its lead over BMW and Lexus in U.

S. sales despite suffering from falling sales.

In April 2017, a total of 159,793 luxury vehicles were sold in the U.S., a 1.6 per cent decrease over the same month in 2016. Sales of Mercedes-Benz models dropped by 7.9 per cent, BMW sales fell by 9.3 per cent and Lexus saw a decrease of 11 per cent.

Excluding its commercial sales, Mercedes sold 26,932 vehicles last month and despite that being fewer than the year prior, the brand’s sales for 2017 are still up 1 per cent over 2016, partially driven by a 48 per cent, year-to-date jump in sales of Mercedes-AMG vehicles.


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