BMW Remains Top Luxury Seller as Audi, Mercedes Close Gap

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  BERLIN, Jan 13 (Reuters) - BMW posted the smallest gain in December sales of Germany's top three premium-car brands as the battle with Audi and Mercedes-Benz for the luxury-sales crown is heating up. Deliveries at the luxury-sales champion rose 2.3 percent last month to 155,835 BMW brand cars, the carmaker said on Monday, dwarfed by an 18.4 percent surge at runner-up Audi to 130,700 autos, and a 11.2 percent gain at Mercedes to 139,180. With full-year sales up 7.5 percent to 1.65 ...

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