Mercedes-Benz will not place three-cylinder engines in its larger, rear-wheel drive cars.
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Fuel efficiency fever is sweeping across automakers, affecting even their most unlikely divisions.
If one weakness in modern Mercedes-Benz cars had to be pinpointed, it would be with the company’s turn signal stalk.
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.