Mercedes-Benz will not place three-cylinder engines in its larger, rear-wheel drive cars.
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I like German cars, and I like hatchbacks, and needless to say, the world's highest-performing four-cylinder engine has its own allure.
Colleagues over at Motor Trend recently took the four-cylinder versions of the 2012 BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class to task in its comparison series, Head 2 Head, on YouTube.
Mercedes-Benz will reportedly expand its bread-and-butter C-Class offerings to better compete with the BMW 3 Series.