S-Class volume slid 30%, a loss of 28 sales in a category that lost 18 sales. The BMW 7-Series, with 41 sales, tied the Jaguar XJ as the second-ranked models in the class. XJ sales slid to a four-year low in 2016, but if growth continues at this pace, more than 600 XJs will be sold in Canada in 2017.
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Sales of the new BMW 7-Series, meanwhile, rose to a four-year high in 2016 and, at the current pace, sales would rise to a five-year high in 2017.
Audi A8 and Maserati Quattroporte sales are higher this year than last, at least through the first one-sixth of 2017, and while S-Class sales tumbled in February, the big Benz is up marginally year-to-date.
Genesis, meanwhile, has contributed 25 sales of the new G90 to the ledger in 2017. Is Hyundai’s launch of the Genesis brand going as planned? There’s more on that story at Autofocus.ca.
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