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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Mercedes-Benz will not place three-cylinder engines in its larger, rear-wheel drive cars.
While the automotive press and public has been enamored by electric vehicles and hybrids, ze boys of Bavaria have been quietly expanding their diesel offerings.
It should come as little surprise after last month's global reveal of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class, that the top-level high-performance variant AMG model would soon follow.