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 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.
With Mercedes-Benz rapidly expanding into new markets like China where more and more passengers are riding in the back seat, the company sought to draw a new focus on rear-occupant safety.
Hell is stacked with mountains of Mercedes-Benz press releases.