Mercedes-Benz USA sales fall more than 35% in January

Muamer Hodzic February 3, 2009

Mercedes-Benz today reported that its sales in the U.S. fell 35.5 % in January compared to same time last year. Even the popular smart fortwo was not able to help raise the falling numbers, even with tripling sales (from 641 last January to 1,776).

Overall sales of Mercedes-Benz cars in the U.S. fell 42.9% to 10,433 from 18,275. The Mercedes R-Class wagon posted a 75.9% decline in sales, while sales of the top-selling C-Class sedan fell 34.8%. Overall (Mercedes-Benz and smart) U.S. sales fell to 12,209 from 18,916 last year.

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Comments (4)

  1. Recently, our economic downturn. so it is normally if the sales of Mercedes-Benz fall. We hope our economic will be better in next time. I am sure. if the economic become stable, and our business can run.

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