Leading luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz has recorded sales of
3,650 units in the January-March 2017 period, supported by the strong sales
momentum in the SUV segment. Mercedes-Benz luxury SUV portfolio comprising the GLA, GLC,
GLE, GLE Coupe and the GLS grew the highest by 13% in Q1 2017. The growth in
the SUV portfolio was primarily led by the GLC, which emerged as the highest
selling SUV, the bigger GLE, GLE Coupe and the GLS also witnessed strong
customer preference in the January-March 2017 period. The luxury sedan segment
comprising the C-Class, E-Class and the S-Class also performed as per
expectations, with the E-Class Sedan re-emerging as the highest selling model
for Mercedes-Benz in the first quarter of 2017. The all-new Long Wheelbase
E-Class created customer interest across markets and supported the growth of
the sedan portfolio. The E-Class’ popularity was closely matched by that of the
C-Class Sedan, which remained a significant volume contributor in Q1 2017 and
was the second highest selling model of the quarter.
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