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Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) posted sales of 13,513 units in February, a 17 percent decrease compared to the same month last year. As part of a major product offensive, the company plans to expand its presence in the luxury light truck segment with two major introductions beginning with the launch of the all-new 2006 M-Class in April and the R-Class, which represents a new segment that Mercedes calls the Sports Tourer segment, later this year.
 

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Sales -- February 2005


Model / Feb 04 / Feb 05 / % / YTD 04 / YTD 05

C-CLASS / 4,020 / 5,819 / -30.9% / 7,568 / 10,582 / -28.5%

E-CLASS / 2,596 / 3,965 / -34.5% / 5,321 / 7,831 / -32.1%

S-CLASS / 1,028 / 1,354 / -24.1% / 2,092 / 2,807 / -25.5%

CL-CLASS / 127 / 218 / -41.7% / 262 / 393 / -33.3%

SL-CLASS / 835 / 1,232 / -32.2% / 1,512 / 2,454 / -38.4%

CLK-CLASS / 1,459 / 1,488 / -1.9% / 2,684 / 2,896 / -7.3%

SLK-CLASS / 1,062 / 305 / 248.2% / 1,943 / 578 / 236.2%

CLS-CLASS / 1,358 / n/a / n/a / 2,136 / n/a / n/a

M-CLASS / 944 / 1,666 / -43.3% / 1,924 / 3,525 / -45.4%

G-CLASS / 84 / 127 / -33.9% / 172 / 277 / -37.9%

GRAND TOTAL / 13,513 / 16,174 / -16.5% / 25,614 / 31,343 / -18.3%


Dayum, they only sold 84 G's last month. That is the worst number I have seen ..... but look at the M's down 43% in a month that MBUSA was running ads and offering financing deals on the new "limited editions" ... looking more limited every day [:D]
 
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