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Mercedes Holds Lead Over BMW In U.S. Luxury Car Sales

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In November, Mercedes-Benz remained No. 1 among luxury vehicle brands in the U.S., says Auto News. Mercedes sold 31,022 vehicles in November, excluding commercial vans. Sales by number two seller BMW increased 1% higher to 28,330 vehicles in November. Lexus sales fell 2.5 percent to 26,446. Audi's deliveries fell 11 percent to 17,082 units. So far this year, Mercedes has sold 283,943 luxury vehicles, which is down 6% from the same period a year ago.

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