S-Class sales fell 14%; its share of the segment slid to 33% from 35% a year ago. BMW 7-Series sales rose 39% to 12,918 units, the highest U.S. 7-Series total since 2007. The 7-Series’ share of the segment grew to 23% from 15% in 2015, earning market share not only at the expense of the S-Class but most nameplates in the class.
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The Jaguar XJ was the only other nameplate to increase its sales, year-over-year. Remaining a niche player, XJ sales grew 6%, a gain of 223 units compared with 2015, but were still down 29% compared with 2013.
U.S.-specific monthly sales figures for the Tesla Model S are not made available by Tesla. Estimates from two sources are posted below the table.
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