Before this week, BMW announced itself as the very prosperous luxury carmaker from the U.S. for 2019 as far as earnings are concerned, moving 324,826 units.
In total, the Bavarian brand sold a listing 2.17 million cars last year, which despite being really impressive, nevertheless fell short of the year Mercedes was able to place together with 2.34 million vehicles marketed worldwide. Audi meanwhile trailed both of its competitors with 1.85 million automobiles sold.
As a group though, BMW with 2,520,307 deliveries versus 2,339,562 edged Smart along with Mercedes-Benz with its MINI and Rolls Royce marques respectively.
Mercedes posted personal best numbers in Germany, China and the U.S. thanks to some strong need for SUVs and luxury sedans. Meanwhile, demand in China went up by 6.2%, together with customers ordering more than 700 Maybach models per month according to Autonews Europe.
“The ninth consecutive record year underscores once more the strong Requirement for Mercedes-Benz vehicles, even amidst far-reaching changes in the landscape that is freedom. Additionally, Mercedes-Benz has been clearly the number one in the market — that demonstrates how valuable our brand is. 2019 has been a year of great challenges for the industry. The next two years are also characterized more than by the transformation of our business,” said Daimler boss Ola Kallenius.
“In this tough environment, we intend to increase our Unit earnings further and set the path for long-term validity. Together with investments in new technologies and rewarding sales growth, we are paving the way for Mercedes-Benz to direct the international luxury market for a pioneer of renewable luxury also in age of CO2-neutral mobility.”
Mercedes finished its best quarter of the time from October to December 2019, sold for its passenger car division. The precise number was 614,319 units, representing a 3.2% growth.
All Mercedes, in all maintained market leadership Such as Germany, Great Britain, France, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Canada and South Africa.