File - A worker controls Mercedes cars at a shipping terminal in the harbour of the German northern town of Bremerhaven in this March 8, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
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Audi sold fewer cars than rival Mercedes-Benz for the first time this year in the latest sign that the sales rivalry among Germany's top luxury automakers is intensifying.Deliveries at Volkswagen's flagship division rose 6.4 percent to 159,950 cars and sport-utility vehicles, the company said Thursday, the best-ever September result for Audi but still falling short of its competitor.Audi, which eclipsed Mercedes-Benz in 2011 to become the world's No. 2 premium automaker behind BMW, has seen its sales lead over the Daimler division shrink to 103,494 cars after nine months, compared with 118,110 a year ago.
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