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Mercedes is about to overtake BMW in a big way

BMW's reign as the number one seller of luxury cars may finally be over. For 10 straight years, BMW has been the world's top-selling premium carmaker. But Mercedes-Benz is on track to dethrone BMW this year. During the first nine months of the year, Mercedes-Benz sold 1.54 million cars. Meanwhile, BMW sold 1.48 million cars in the same period, according to a company statement published Thursday.
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