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    Official: First Mercedes B-Class Electric Drive rolls off line, coming to US soon

    Mercedes-Benz is about to give Americans another choice of battery-powered vehicle. Offering more all-electric range than the Nissan Leaf or BMW i3, and with a smaller price tag than the Tesla Model S, the B-Class Electric Drive is officially set to arrive in the US this summer. Indeed, the first ...

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    BMW, Mercedes-Benz prep for compact attack on U.S.; 6 vehicles coming by 2012

    Are you ready for an onslaught of compact cars from the German duo of BMW and Mercedes-Benz? Hopefully, yes, since no fewer than six new compacts from the German pair are headed our way by the end of 2012. BMW will introduce a front-wheel-drive family of cars from its UKL segment (a German ...

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    Mercedes-Benz now taking orders for B-Class fuel-cell vehicle

    Mercedes-Benz F-Cell - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Mercedes-Benz' investment of about 2 billion euros ($2.79 billion U.S. at the current exchange rate) into fuel-cell technology over the past 15 years can now slowly start to pay off. Mercedes has begun taking orders for its B-Class ...

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    Report: Mercedes to launch B-Class-based hatchback, CUV in U.S.

    2009 Mercedes-Benz B-Class – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Here in the United States, Mercedes-Benz's product portfolio starts off with the C-Class sedan. Those familiar with the alphabet may realize that there are at least two available letters before 'C' that would theoretically ...

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    REPORT: Three cylinder coming to next Mercedes-Benz C-Class, hybrids for all models

    Mercedes-Benz A-Class - Click above for high-res image gallery
    According to a report from, Mercedes-Benz is taking a long, hard look at a new three-cylinder engine for its upcoming range of small cars and hybrids. Daimler already offers a 1.0-liter three-banger in the diminutive smart ...

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    Mercedes A- and B-class small cars may yet come to US market

    Click above for a high-res gallery of the 2009 A class
    At various times over the past ten years, Mercedes-Benz has investigated the possibility of bringing its compact front wheel drive A- and B-class cars to the US market. The slightly larger B has been available north of the border in Canada for ...

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    Mercedes to bring A and B-Class to America?

    Click above for more shots of the A 160 CDI BlueEFFICIENCYThe move to smaller cars in the United States will cover nearly all vehicle classes, even touching such luxury car stalwarts as Mercedes-Benz. Fortunately for MB, the automaker already has a few small vehicles which it can consider selling ...


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