Mercedes-Benz will take aim at the BMW X6 with a new model to be built at its Tuscaloosa, Ala., plant starting as early as 2015.
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When the Lexus LS hybrid first went on sale in 2007 as a 2008 model, both the public and the press gave Lexus-owner Toyota more than a little ribbing, asking why offer such a vehicle.
When the all-new Cadillac XTS sedan made its debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, more observant press members noted something immediately: the XTS was too small.
Mercedes-Benz's entry-level car, the C-Class, costs upwards of $35,000.