The German sales for DaimlerChrysler's Mercedes group is showing weakness as newly released Audi A4 and BMW 3-series continue to put pressure on the aging C-class. Audi saw a 32 percent jump and BMW is expected to show solid growth while Mercedes-Benz was down 5.8 in the month of May. The upcoming B-class and M-class show strong signs of demand, however the C-class is is showing weakness, which accounted for 44 percent of all M-B sales last year.
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