Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMercedes-Benz sales and market share in Europe have increased slowly but steadily from 2009 to 2016, adding over 1,5 percentage points of market share in the period, as the consumer preferences have shifted from mainstream to premium or low-cost. But even among luxury brands Mercedes-Benz has been the big winner, retaking its crown as best selling brand from Audi in 2016, after having been outsold for 7 straight years.

New model introductions have been frequent and have added to the brand’s growth. The new generation A-class compact hatchback, introduced late 2012, has almost doubled sales of the previous MPV-styled model that appealed to the elderly only. Finally Mercedes-Benz is competitive in the very popular premium compact segment, and the A-class briefly was the brand’s best selling car in 2013. The brand’s traditional best seller C-class was all new for 2014 and immediately retook its crown. Its styling resembles that of the S-Class limousine and the CLA 4-door coupe, which has been a runaway success since its introduction early 2013, also helped by a shooting brake station wagon version. The new generation E-class, introduced in 2016, also looks very similar to the C-Class and S-Class as the brand’s traditional sedans are losing sales to its crossovers and SUVs.

The GLA, a small premium crossover to compete with the BMW X1 and Audi Q3, entered showrooms across Europe in 2014 and it helped the brand closing in on the second place in the premium market from arch-rival BMW and reduce the gap with Audi, the years-long premium leader in Europe. In 2015, Mercedes-Benz continued to work on its SUV line-up, replacing the GLK with the GLC and facelifting the M-Class, renaming it the GLE. The Germans also introduced the GLE Coupe as a rival to BMW’s X6. A GLC coupe to rival the X4 was launched in 2016 as well. The top-segment was not forgotten with the S-Class Coupe and Convertible, and the AMG GT, also introduced in 2015, is Mercedes’ first real competitor to Porsche’s 911.

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Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2014
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2015
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2016
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2017
January 46.683 52.193 56.631 66.279
February 40.052 45.049 54.417 57.536
March 71.499 83.148 90.693 106.029
April 57.614 59.013 72.834 72.826
May 57.946 61.213 69.732 83.743
June 59.932 69.663 81.073 86.007
July 56.067 63.605 64.264 73.614
August 38.433 44.237 52.839 58.214
September 68.900 77.172 91.762 92.492
October 55.999 61.224 65.917 71.669
November 52.620 62.560 70.615
December 51.780 59.088 68.621

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
Market
Share
2016 839.412 5,59%
2015 738.351 5,23%
2014 657.320 5,08%
2013 624.888 5,10%
2012 598.300 4,77%
2011 598.569 4,32%
2010 592.562 4,26%
2009 589.329 4,03%
2008 683.473 4,72%
2007 728.474 4,64%
2006 725.781 4,66%
2005 708.374 4,38%
2004 706.111 4,37%
2003 717.559 4,97%
2002 741.148 5,05%
2001 741.318 4,92%
2000 710.260 4,73%
1999 683.919 4,47%
1998 620.754 4,29%
1997 489.373 3,63%
1996 462.726 3,61%
1995 404.618 3,36%
1994 419.934 3,52%
1993 354.718 3,15%
1992 411.143 3,05%
1991 453.727 3,38%
1990 438.077 3,24%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, B-Class, CLA, C-Class, E-Class, CLS, S-Class, GLA, GLC, GLE, GLE Coupe, G-Class, GL, SLCSL, SLS AMG, Citan Combi, Viano / Vito Combi, V-Class, CLC, CLK, CL, GLK, M-Class, R-Class, SLK, SLR McLaren, Vaneo Combi and any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for any other car model sold in Europe since the early 2000’s.

Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.

 

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2014
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2015
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2016
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2017
January 46.683 52.193 56.631 66.279
February 40.052 45.049 54.417 57.536
March 71.499 83.148 90.693 106.029
April 57.614 59.013 72.834 72.826
May 57.946 61.213 69.732 83.743
June 59.932 69.663 81.073 86.007
July 56.067 63.605 64.264 73.614
August 38.433 44.237 52.839 58.214
September 68.900 77.172 91.762 92.492
October 55.999 61.224 65.917 71.669
November 52.620 62.560 70.615
December 51.780 59.088 68.621

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
Market
Share
2016 839.412 5,59%
2015 738.351 5,23%
2014 657.320 5,08%
2013 624.888 5,10%
2012 598.300 4,77%
2011 598.569 4,32%
2010 592.562 4,26%
2009 589.329 4,03%
2008 683.473 4,72%
2007 728.474 4,64%
2006 725.781 4,66%
2005 708.374 4,38%
2004 706.111 4,37%
2003 717.559 4,97%
2002 741.148 5,05%
2001 741.318 4,92%
2000 710.260 4,73%
1999 683.919 4,47%
1998 620.754 4,29%
1997 489.373 3,63%
1996 462.726 3,61%
1995 404.618 3,36%
1994 419.934 3,52%
1993 354.718 3,15%
1992 411.143 3,05%
1991 453.727 3,38%
1990 438.077 3,24%

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