Mercedes-Benz S-Class sales in the United States were nearly five times stronger in September 2014 than in September 2013, back when MBUSA was finishing off the previous-generation S-Class.
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No full-size luxury car came within striking distance of the S-Class last month. Indeed, the only car of its type, the high-priced swoopy E-Class that is the CLS, is a Mercedes-Benz, as well. CLS sales in the third quarter of 2014 shot up 30%.
Among the S-Class’s traditional rivals, however – A7 and 6-Series and CLS excluded – the next-best-selling car in the class in September 2014 was the Lexus LS, 1341 sales back of the big Benz. S-Class volume was 236% stronger last month.
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