As we previously posted, Mercedes-Benz is doing a fine job in wiping out "entry level" from the 2012 C-Class' lexicon.
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When we start seeing German cars testing here in Southern California, it generally means two things: 1) The cars are nearing the end of their development with months left to go before being revealed, and 2) they're undergoing emissions and final suspension tuning for the U.S.
Corporate sibling and "lifestyle" publication Automobile Magazine recently covered the upcoming refreshed Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which is tentatively schedule to make a bow in 2013.
Experts at the World Health Organization aren't mincing words: the exhaust from diesel engines can cause lung cancer, and it's worse than secondhand smoke.