Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes_Benz_C_Class-US-car-sales-statisticsMercedes-Benz spent the better part of the 2000s as the #3 luxury brand in the US, behind Lexus (#1) and BMW (#2). Things have changed since then, however: in 2010 it overtook BMW and a year later it overtook Lexus to become the top-selling luxury brand. Over the period 2006-15 it averaged growth of 4%, compared to 2% for BMW and 0% for Lexus, though all three were bested by Audi’s 10% growth rate, albeit from a much lower base.

Mercedes-Benz’s success stems in large part from its broad offering, much like Nissan’s success among the mainstream Japanese brands. In 2015 it has 17 cars on offer, compared to 13 for BMW, 11 for Audi and 10 for Lexus. Just like in Europe, Mercedes-Benz also manages to sell commercial vehicles without diluting the brand, offering the full-size Sprinter van. In fact, if you take away Sprinter’s sales the brand falls to #2 behind BMW. While most of its cars do well in their respective segments, it only has two cars that topped the charts in the first half of 2015: the S-Class and the GLA.

Also find Mercedes-Benz sales in Europe and Mercedes-Benz China sales figures.

 

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2014
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2015
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2016
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2017
January 23.892 26.124 26.563 27.576
February 24.030 25.291 25.210 27.035
March 29.316 32.300 31.236 31.963
April 28.281 31.952 31.825 29.125
May 28.881 32.352 32.147
June 28.707 30.486 31.558 32.102
July 29.406 29.689 31.795
August 28.958 30.633 31.556
September 29.523 29.678 32.470
October 30.733 31.749 31.383
November 37.110 32.813 32.927
December 37.297 38.249 35.871

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
Market
Share
2016 374.540 2,14%
2015 372.977 2,13%
2014 356.134 2,15%
2013 334.324 2,15%
2012 294.993 2,04%
2011 261.769 2,05%
2010 224.944 1,94%
2009 190.538 1,83%
2008 225.009 1,70%
2007 253.277 1,57%
2006 247.934 1,50%
2005 224.269 1,32%
2004 221.366 1,31%
2003 218.551 1,31%
2002 215.632 1,30%
2001 206.718 1,20%
2000 206.190 1,20%
1999 190.382 1,10%
1998 170.915 1,10%
1997 122.408 0,80%
1996 90.844 0,60%
1995 76.752 0,48%
1994 73.002 0,48%
1993 61.899 0,42%
1992 63.312 0,47%
1991 58.866 0,47%
1990 78.375 0,62%
1989 75.715 0,57%
1988 83.727 0,54%
1987 89.918 0,60%
1986 99.314 0,62%
1985 86.900 0,57%
1984 74.064 0,52%
1983 73.963 0,48%
1982 65.963 0,53%
1981 63.059 0,33%
1980 53.790 0,47%
1979 52.820 0,37%
1978 46.695 0,30%
1977 48.872 0,33%
1976 43.205 0,33%
1975 45.159 0,41%
1974 38.170 0,33%
1973 41.865 0,29%
1972 41.998 0,31%
1971 35.192 0,29%
1970 29.108 0,29%
1969 26.192 0,23%
1968 24.552 0,21%
1967 20.692 0,21%
1966 16.161 0,15%
1965 12.115 0,11%
1964 11.866 0,12%
1963 11.689 0,13%
1962 12.945 0,16%
1961 12.625 0,18%
1960 12.255 0,18%
1959 12.070 0,17%
1958 7.405 0,11%
1957 6.040 0,09%
1956 3.100 0,00%
1955 2.041 0,00%
1954 635 0,00%
1953 420 0,00%
1952 255 0,00%
1951 18 0,00%
1950 13 0,00%
1949 2 0,00%
1948 1 0,00%

 

Use the dropdown at the top right of this page to find sales figures for the B-Class Electric Drive, CLA, C-Class, E-Class, CLS, S-Class, SLK, SL, AMG GT, GLA, GLC, GLE, G-Class, GL, Metris, Sprinter, CLK, CL, SLS AMG, SLR McLaren, GLK, R-Class, M-Class, 190 and any other car model sold in the US since the early 2000’s.

 

Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2014
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2015
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2016
Mercedes-Benz
All Models
2017
January 23.892 26.124 26.563 27.576
February 24.030 25.291 25.210 27.035
March 29.316 32.300 31.236 31.963
April 28.281 31.952 31.825 29.125
May 28.881 32.352 32.147
June 28.707 30.486 31.558 32.102
July 29.406 29.689 31.795
August 28.958 30.633 31.556
September 29.523 29.678 32.470
October 30.733 31.749 31.383
November 37.110 32.813 32.927
December 37.297 38.249 35.871

Mercedes-Benz
All Models
Market
Share
2016 374.540 2,14%
2015 372.977 2,13%
2014 356.134 2,15%
2013 334.324 2,15%
2012 294.993 2,04%
2011 261.769 2,05%
2010 224.944 1,94%
2009 190.538 1,83%
2008 225.009 1,70%
2007 253.277 1,57%
2006 247.934 1,50%
2005 224.269 1,32%
2004 221.366 1,31%
2003 218.551 1,31%
2002 215.632 1,30%
2001 206.718 1,20%
2000 206.190 1,20%
1999 190.382 1,10%
1998 170.915 1,10%
1997 122.408 0,80%
1996 90.844 0,60%
1995 76.752 0,48%
1994 73.002 0,48%
1993 61.899 0,42%
1992 63.312 0,47%
1991 58.866 0,47%
1990 78.375 0,62%
1989 75.715 0,57%
1988 83.727 0,54%
1987 89.918 0,60%
1986 99.314 0,62%
1985 86.900 0,57%
1984 74.064 0,52%
1983 73.963 0,48%
1982 65.963 0,53%
1981 63.059 0,33%
1980 53.790 0,47%
1979 52.820 0,37%
1978 46.695 0,30%
1977 48.872 0,33%
1976 43.205 0,33%
1975 45.159 0,41%
1974 38.170 0,33%
1973 41.865 0,29%
1972 41.998 0,31%
1971 35.192 0,29%
1970 29.108 0,29%
1969 26.192 0,23%
1968 24.552 0,21%
1967 20.692 0,21%
1966 16.161 0,15%
1965 12.115 0,11%
1964 11.866 0,12%
1963 11.689 0,13%
1962 12.945 0,16%
1961 12.625 0,18%
1960 12.255 0,18%
1959 12.070 0,17%
1958 7.405 0,11%
1957 6.040 0,09%
1956 3.100 0,00%
1955 2.041 0,00%
1954 635 0,00%
1953 420 0,00%
1952 255 0,00%
1951 18 0,00%
1950 13 0,00%
1949 2 0,00%
1948 1 0,00%

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