Mercedes-Benz is at the top of the U.S. car sales in September. Mercedes saw its sales rising 6.2 percent to 29,020 vehicles, followed by BMW, where sales rose 4 percent to 26,608 units.
Lexus finished third with 25,294 deliveries, a 16 percent increase.
BMW holds the lead with 249,956 deliveries, just ahead of Mercedes at 249,890. Lexus is third with sales of 247,445 vehicles after the first nine months of the year. Audi posted a 16 percent gain in September to 17,340 deliveries. Audi has sold 147,403 vehicles in the U.S. so far this year.
Land Rover recorded the biggest gain in September with U.S. sales surging 89 percent to 5,855 vehicles. Year-to-date sales for Land Rover have risen 26 percent to 48,403 units.