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BMW topped Mercedes in May U.S. sales as cheaper models and fashionable crossover vehicles helped luxury brands gain traction in the market with new buyers enjoying rising disposable income.

The BMW brand boosted sales in May by 17 percent, helped by an 81 percent jump in deliveries of SUVs and crossover utility vehicles, like the X3, which more than doubled to 5,723 from a year earlier.

Mercedes reported a 7.7 percent increase to 26,617 deliveries, led by a 25 percent gain in sales of the E-class sedan and an 83 percent jump in the top-of-the-line S- class

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BMW Beats Mercedes Sales In May Due To  Low Cost Models

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