Mercedes-Benz will not place three-cylinder engines in its larger, rear-wheel drive cars.
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Mercedes-Benz first rolled out the G-Wagen, known now as the G-Class, back in 1979 after the Shah of Iran, a shareholder of the German automaker at the time, recommended it.
Car shoppers prowling for an entry-level model that conveys beauty, luxury, and, of course, the all-important name, won't go wrong with the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan.
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