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May sales of the 5 Series were down a significant 16.7% compared to May of last year. YTD sales for the first 5 months of 2005 were literally even with last year as they were up a microscopic 0.7%.

By comparison, sales of the Mercedes-Benz E Class were down 29.1% with sales of only 3,569 units this month and 5,034 units last May. Sales of the MB E Class were also down 29.1% for the first 5 months of 2005.

Please note that I report only United States sales data.
 

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Always interesting stuff, Fred. Thanks very much for the post!

Anyone care to guess why Mercedes went down a lot more than BMW?? :angel:
 

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Ågent99 said:
Always interesting stuff, Fred. Thanks very much for the post!

Anyone care to guess why Mercedes went down a lot more than BMW?? :angel:
Mercedes has dropped to the lowest reliability and also their all inclusive maintenance program was dropped last year.
 

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yamilrx said:
Mercedes has dropped to the lowest reliability and also their all inclusive maintenance program was dropped last year.
Hmmm, seems like some upper managment needs a change!
 
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