Mercedes-Benz Still Dominating 2013

by Nate Torvik on July 9, 2013

logorust2013 has certainly been a good year for many around the world. Right here in the United States, the economy continues to improve, unemployment rates continue to drop, and the general feeling around the country is one of hope. Across the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the German automaker Mercedes-Benz may be giving thanks for that economic growth, as it has watched the U.S. grow into one of its largest markets. Mercedes posted a 9.8% sales gain for June with 24,415 units, bringing its year-to-date total to 141,950 cars, the most ever through six months in America.

It is no secret that these sales numbers have been helped by the release of multiple new vehicles, as well as the excitement for the many more 2014 models that will be released before the end of the year. The entirely new lineup of E-Class models has given one of the most versatile Mercedes families a fresh new look, amazing new technologies, and incredible performance enhancements. The 2014 E-Class has made Mercedes the envy of the luxury automotive world, but that may have been just the beginning.

If Mercedes thought that quarter two was big and that they have made large strides through the first six months of the year, they should prepare themselves for even more success. The hype surrounding the release of more vehicles, including the highly anticipated CLA-Class as well as the 2014 S-Class, is enough to make even the biggest Hollywood stars jealous. Each new model gets more media coverage than the last, and the frenzy continues to grow. What great heights do you think Mercedes will reach for the 2013 fiscal year?


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