Mercedes-Benz UK Achieves Best-Ever November Sales

With both Mercedes-Benz USA and Canada showing off their best sales results for the month of November in history, the British couldn't let themselves lag behind too much from this perspective.
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As expected, after earlier they reported another milestone – over 100,000 cars sold over the time span of less than a single year – Mercedes-Benz UK has also achieved their best November sales in history.

No less than 7,813 passenger car registrations made for a monthly market share of 4.9 percent.

Year-to-date sales are also breaking another all-time record, with 102,044 new three-pointed star cars having appeared on UK roads until now.

“November 2013 has entered Mercedes-Benz UK’s history books as a real milestone. Breaking through the 100,000 new car sales figure is a landmark achievement, helped by a strong model range – in fact we offer the widest choice of vehicles in the entire industry. It’s fantastic to see that British customers are voting with their purchase and lease choices in record numbers.” said Marcus Breitschwerdt, President and CEO Mercedes-Benz UK, who is probably having the time of his life right now.
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