Indeed, many of the S-Class’s rivals, both direct (BMW 7-Series, for example) and indirect (Mercedes-Benz’s own CLS, a costly and swoopy E-Class), posted declining volume last month, as well.
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The Audi A8 and Lexus LS were the rare exceptions. A8 sales improved marginally – its 11% gain translated to an extra 62 units. The A8 is down 4% through the first-half of 2015.
LS volume was up 8% in June, a 47-unit increase. Lexus’s flagship is down 6% so far this year.
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