Mercedes-Benz continues to grow; sales up 15% in April

Michael C. May 11, 2010


Mercedes-Benz is continuing its growth path. As in previous months, sales increased at a double-digit rate in April. Customer deliveries totaled 93,100 units (April 2009: 80,700), an increase of 15%. According to the Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Dr. Joachim Schmidt, their products have a lot satisfied customers, which is why their rates constantly grows in almost all divisions. They have achieved positive results during the second quarter where they also plan to up their sales.  With regards to the development of their sales, incoming orders have considerably grown as well. According to the reports, they have a high demand in China and US and an outstanding sales result of their E and S-Class line.

Based on their data, the new models of their E-Class sustained its growth due to their rising sedan deliveries of up to 17,200 units or around 52 percent.  The outcome, again put them in front of their peers.  Another very popular model was the E-Class convertible, which was presented in their showrooms last March 27.  It is reported that around 4,700 S-Class sedans were delivered to clients last April, which went up by around 7% compared to last year.  Their C-Class line is also another great line that got an eight percent increase or 19,600 units sold, even their deliveries of station wagon had a sales boost of 19 percent.  With regards to their smart fortwo line, around 9,000 units were delivered across the globe last April.  Mercedes-Benz is very positive that when they present the new-generation smart fortwo in the market, the said model will get much higher sales compared to their last recorded data.

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