Mercedes-Benz sold 104,968 vehicles in February.
Ola Källenius: “We are keeping up the high momentum of the previous months.”
Sales increases in all regions
E-Class and S-Class show particularly high growth.
Mercedes-Benz sold 104,968 units in February, thus achieving a growth of 16.5%. Since the beginning of the year 215,753 cars have been delivered to customers (+16.6%). “We are keeping up the high momentum of the previous months – with a double-digit sales increase and growth in all regions”, said Ola Källenius, Member of the Divisional Board Mercedes-Benz Cars responsible for Marketing & Sales. “Our E-Class and S-Class are posting particularly strong growth rates. And, as the incoming orders for the GLA and the C-Class indicate: We have the right products at the right time.”
Mercedes-Benz sold 43,160 vehicles on the European market in February (+6.7%). Sales of the brand continued their robust development in particular in the UK (+9.9%). Sales on the German domestic market rose to 16,539 cars (+7.9%).
Despite the strong snow storms in many parts of North America a few weeks ago, deliveries reached new highs: In the United States, 22,609 customers opted for a vehicle with the star in February (+2.6%). In its biggest market Mercedes-Benz again was the number one premium brand in February. In Canada, the brand posted a 14.7% increase since the start of the year.
The company achieved the greatest growth in the Asia-Pacific region. In Australia, February saw more vehicles going to customers than ever before (+14.5%). With February sales of 5,059 units (+53.3%), Mercedes-Benz is still the most frequently registered premium brand in Japan. In China (incl. Hong Kong), 42,128 vehicles were handed over to customers since the start of the year (+57.0%).