Mercedes-Benz has seen falling sales numbers in Q2, as reported by NADA. This is a global funk for the automaker, which has suffered supply issues as well as coronavirus-related lockdowns in China. Together, these factors have contributed to a 16% drop in vehicle deliveries, leading to a 16% drop in global sales.
The North American market saw only a small decline of 3% for the quarter, compared to the China market, which fell 25%.
Our numbers show that in the last 30 days, 26,135 Mercedes-Benz vehicles have sold in the U.S.
The largest seller is located in Texas, and has sold 389 units in the past 30 days. The next largest seller is located in California and has sold 298 units in the past 30 days.
Both of these sellers are running low on inventory, though, as the number of vehicles they have on hand is only a fraction of what they have sold.
There are currently few states that have more units on hand than they have sold in the past 30 days, but California, Alabama, and Pennsylvania all fall into this category, and could be sources for Mercedes-Benz inventory for high-demand dealers.
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