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Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) reported October sales of 14,996 vehicles, bringing the company’s year-to-date volume to 192,294, a 5.3 percent decrease over the year-to-date record set last year.
Sales highlights for Mercedes-Benz USA include a 7.1 percent increase in M-Class SUV sales for the month. 3,150 M-Class vehicles were sold compared to 2,942 M-Class vehicles in October 2007. For the year-to-date, the popularity of the M-Class line of SUVs continued momentum with a 6.5 percent increase in sales (28,648 units vs. 26,902 units). Year-to-date sales of the volume-leading C-Class also grew. 61,959 C-Class models were sold so far in 2008, compared to the 49,882 units in the same period last year, marking a 24.2 percent increase.
Separately, through the Mercedes-Benz Certified Pre-Owned (MBCPO) program, MBUSA sold 4,807 vehicles in October, an increase of 21.1 percent over October 2007. This brings its certified pre-owned sales to 52,753 units year-to-date, a 22 percent jump over the same period last year (43,224 units). This marks a record-breaking year for MBCPO sales, as MBUSA has sold more vehicles to date in 2008 than it sold in all of 2007 (50,929 units).
Mercedes-Benz USA, headquartered in Montvale, New Jersey, is responsible for the sales, marketing and service of all Mercedes-Benz products in the United States. For over forty years, MBUSA has prided itself on its commitment to the customer by providing superior quality luxury vehicles coupled with outstanding customer support.
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