Mercedes-Benz Chalks Up More China Success

on October 7 2014 | in Daily Headlines | by | with No Comments

Daimler AG said sales of its Mercedes-Benz brand jumped in September in the strongest sales month in the company’s history, boosted by demand in China.

Brand sales were up 14% from September 2013 to 162,746 vehicles. Group sales, including the company’s Smart brand, were up 12%, the company said in a news release.

“The growth drivers were our compact cars and the S-class,” Mercedes-Benz board member Ola Kaellenius said.

Since the beginning of the year, Daimler has sold 75,391 S-class sedans, twice as many as in the same period the previous year. Total Mercedes-Benz brand sales for the first nine months of 2014 were up 11% to 1.26 million vehicles.

China remains the standout region for Mercedes-Benz. It sold more cars in China last month and in the first nine months of the year as it did in Germany, its home market.

Read more at The Wall Street Journal.

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