Mercedes-Benz USA reported sales of 79,105 Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and 19,730 vans for the second quarter of 2022, bringing the company’s total for the quarter to 98,835 vehicles, an increase of 6.9% over the same time in the previous year. 33,418 vans and 141,356 Mercedes-Benz passenger cars have been sold by MBUSA so far this year. Due to supply issues and limitations, MBUSA has a total year-to-date sales of 174,774 units, a fall of 4.2% from 2021.
The GLC, GLE, and C-Class models were Mercedes-volume Benz’s leaders in the second quarter. The GLC had the highest overall sales with 19,149 units, followed by the GLE with 16,458. With 8,650 units, the C-Class finished third. The GLC, GLE, and GLS have generated the most volume for MBUSA thus far this year, with respective totals of 36,059, 32,448, and 12,394.
The all-electric Mercedes-EQ EQS Sedan sold 1,959 units in the second quarter, bringing the year-to-date total to 4,048 vehicles sold. Mercedes-AMG high-performance model sales in Q2 reached 7,145 units, up 2.3% over the prior quarter.
Sales of Mercedes-Benz CPO models reached 33,096 units in Q2 and 66,025 units year to date in 2022, which is the second-best performance in any year’s first half.
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