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Tesla Model 3 = # 1 Luxury Car In USA In the first quarter of 2019, the Tesla Model 3 was again the # 1 top selling car in the US luxury car market.



April 6th, 2019 by Zachary Shahan It was far and away the winner. It was actually # 13 in the overall US car market, and no other top-class car even made the top 20.

The Tesla Model 3 accounted for 16% of the sales in the small + midsize luxury car markets.

As Tesla indicated in its quarterly production and delivery report, Model 3 had approximately 60% more deliveries than the # 2

If you combine all of the models by brand for these segments, Tesla (which only has the Model 3) drops to # 3 on the market, which would be the Mercedes C-Class. Again, it accounted for 1

6% of the small + midsize luxury car market, while the Mercedes C-Class + CLA Class + CLS Class + E-Class accounted for 20% of the market and BMW 2 Series + 3 Series + 4

I guess it depends on one's expectations if this is a win for Tesla or not, but there's no denying that it's a a big deal for a single model to take 16% of the market (or two markets combined), especially when that model comes from a young company that has just started mass producing the vehicle a few quarters ago

Mercedes, BMW, and Audi surely not dying, but there's a new big shot in town. Additionally, Mercedes, BWM, and Audi sales are all down in the US compared to last year, indicating that they are bleeding a bit

To see how sales of all these models have changed over time in the past 15 months, (19659005)

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There are more ways to play with the numbers to put Tesla's first quarter performance into perspective, but I think that's enough for this article.

Aside from this article focused on the Tesla Model 3 versus its small and midsized luxury class competitors, I've also published articles about Model 3's place among the top selling cars in the US and Tesla's overall position in the luxury car and luxury vehicle market in the USA.

Model Q1 2019 January February March [196 119 127 135 5,000 5,000 5,500 13,503
719 1,669 2,219 3,141
Alfa Romeo Giulia 2,035 ] 664 823 1,182
Audi A4 5,779 1,691 1,436 ] 19659061] 738 746
BMW 3 Series 5,358 5,358 1,889 1,506 1,963
Series 8,225 1,226 2,379 4,620
BMW 4 Series 7,402 2,842 19659075] 3,679 2,976 3,690
Infiniti Q50 8,264 2,249 [1InfinitiQ70 962 235 269 458 19659094] 19659094] 19659096] 19659096] 19659096] 19659096] 19659096] 19659096] 19659095] 19659096] 1969116] 1969116] 1969116] 1965116] 1969116] 1965116] 1969116] 1969116] 1965106] 1965106] ] 4,812 5,514
Mercedes CLA-Class 5,210 2,278 1,566 1,366
3,712
3,712
Volvo 60 Series 3,959 [19651330] 1,400 1,058 1,501
] US Small & Midsize Luxury Car Sales Q1 2019 Sales 20%
BMW 2 + 3 + 4 + 4-wheel drive Tesla Model 3 (est.) 24,003 5 Series 28,034 18%
19,284 13%
Infiniti Q50 + Q60 + Q70 10,530 7%
7% 7,056 ] 60% 3,339 2%
2%
4% 4% TOTAL 154,169 100%

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Zachary Shahan Zach is trying to help society help itself (and other species). He spends most of his time here on CleanTechnica as his director and chief editor. He is also the president of and the director / founder of EV Obsession and Solar Love . Zach is globally recognized as an electric vehicle, solar energy, and energy storage expert. He has presented about cleantech at conferences in India, the UAE, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, the USA, and Canada.

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