US Mercedes-Benz Sales Figures

Mercedes-Benz Sales Figures – US Market

Monthly and Yearly Sales Figures for Mercedes-Benz in the United States

Guide
Monthly Sales Data
Sales & Growth Chart
Annual Sales Data
Model Split & Brand Share

Mercedes-Benz U.S Car Sales Data

This is your hub for all of the Mercedes-Benz sales data for the U.S market.

Whenever someone talks about Mercedes-Benz cars, we instantly conjure up images of an ideal automobile. Why? Just take a look at the company’s slogan: “the best or nothing”.  Mercedes-Benz lives up to their motto with every vehicle that rolls off their assembly line. This, ultimately, is what makes a Mercedes-Benz car so special. It’s truly the best driving experience money can buy, all things considered.

As far as most people are concerned, the primary attribute of any Mercedes made vehicle is its level of luxury. From the top-notch interior Mercedes parts such as leather to the carpeting rivaling that of a Plaza Hotel suite, the splendor is exceptional at even the most basic level. From there, the bells and whistles of any given model year Mercedes-Benz will represent the forefront of that era; comparable brands weren’t rolling out those features for another year or so. Best of all, the materials and design of Mercedes luxury lends itself to longevity, remaining beautiful for years.

Mercedes-Benz is also known for the variety of vehicles they sell. People forget Mercedes-Benz manufactures more than just luxury sedans, state-of-the-art sports cars, and high-roller SUVs. The company is also involved in commercial and true utility vehicle manufacturing as well, with the Sprinter shuttle and G-Wagon as examples of both respectively. The variety of the Mercedes fleet and the management of such an assortment of both unique and crossover Mercedes parts and components is not found anywhere else, at least to the same degree of performance and achievement.

Our Take On Mercedes-Benz US Sales Figures

Based on the information presented below, you can see that Mercedes-Benz sales in the US is currently plateauing. Although it’s not exactly a good news for the German brand, they still have to do better than this if they are to edge out the other luxury brands in play in the US market.

Mercedes-Benz is also facing tough competition against other luxury brands in the US. It has a tough time competing against BMW and Lexus for the top spot. Mercedes-Benz owned the top spot in 2013 but then lost it again to BMW in 2014 and 2015. Mercedes-Benz took the top spot again from 2016 to 2018 but lost it to BMW in 2019.

Mercedes-Benz Monthly Sales Data

Below we have a table that shows Mercedes-Benz sales for the United States automotive market, but this time it is broken out by month. This is on a unit basis. This is Mercedes-Benz new vehicle sales in the US.

Mercedes-Benz Sales & Growth

Below is the unit volume sales and unit growth rate for the Mercedes-Benz brand in the United States.

Mercedes-Benz Annual Sales and Market Share

Below we have a table that shows Mercedes-Benz sales volumes for the US automotive market. This data captures all Mercedes-Benz car sales. We found a great data source in Mercedes-Benz directly who publishes sales data for the U.S market periodically. We were able to aggregate the data into the below format.

Year Sales YOY Change US Marketshare Marketshare Change
2005 243,731 0.00 1.44 0.00
2006 269,895 10.73 1.64 12.11
2007 269,763 -0.05 1.69 2.52
2008 238,605 -11.55 1.82 7.38
2009 197,307 -17.31 1.91 4.58
2010 225,029 14.05 1.96 2.47
2011 261,868 16.37 2.06 5.22
2012 313,183 19.60 2.04 -1.27
2013 334,504 6.81 2.16 5.68
2014 357,509 6.88 2.18 0.79
2015 367,236 2.72 2.11 -3.17
2016 373,651 1.75 2.14 1.18
2017 372,240 -0.38 2.16 1.27
2018 349,084 -6.22 2.02 -7.32
2019 352,129 0.87 2.07 2.58
2020 75,265 0.00 1.90 0.00

Mercedes-Benz Model Specific Sales Reports

AMG GT, B-Class, C-Class, CL-Class, CLA-Class, CLK-Class, CLS-Class, E-Class, G-Class, GL/GLS-Class, GLA-Class, GLC-Class, GLE-Class, GLK-Class, M-Class, R-Class, S-Class, SL-Class, SLC/SLK-Class, SLS AMG, SLR McLaren, Metris, Smart Fortwo, Sprinter