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    Report: Refreshed 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK to get diesel option

    Even though spy shots signal that exterior adjustments on the next Mercedes-Benz GLK will be subtle, there's one giant adjustment coming under the hood, and it smells like oil – in a good way. Automotive News says the revamped softroader will gain a new diesel engine option. For its part, ...

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    Video: Classic Mercedes-Benz proves to be perfect west coast road-tripper

    JG Francis is an man who knows a lot about the older products in the Mercedes-Benz family. He owns Los Angeles-based Mercedes Motoring, which is where Francis turns wrenches on classic tri-stars and breathes new life back into the lumbering German coupes, sedans and wagons. Sometimes Francis will ...

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    Review: 2010 Mercedes-Benz GL350 Bluetec lives large, treads lightly

    2010 Mercedes-Benz GL350 BlueTEC - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Drop the term "Big Benz" in conversation and most people assume you're talking about the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. While the full-size flagship sedan has – deservedly – earned that moniker over the years, when it ...

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    New York: Mercedes E250 Bluetec concept would get 39 mpg highway

    Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTEC – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Mercedes-Benz brought the new E250 BlueTEC concept sedan to the New York Auto Show today, showing the type of clean diesel sedan that could follow in the wake of last year's BlueTEC SUV mini-fleet. The E250 BlueTEC boasts a ...

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    Next Mercedes SLK to offer diesel option

    Click above for high-res gallery of the current Mercedes SLK While Porsche reportedly mulls the idea of a four-cylinder Boxster and Audi offers a TDI version of its iconic TT, Mercedes-Benz is now reportedly preparing to offer a diesel engine in its next-generation SLK. The unit in question will be ...

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    New York 2008: Mercedes burns oil and rubber

    Click above for high-res gallery from Daimler's press conferenceJust like any good political campaign, Mercedes came to the New York Auto Show touting nothing much as a whole lot. Actually, the faux political rally might have been less than compelling with its old news, but the new M Class sporting ...

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    Mercedes expects diesels to account for 10-percent of US market

    Looks like Mercedes-Benz is expecting diesels to make a huge comeback in the United States over the next few years. M-B is apparently projecting that diesels will account for a whopping 10 percent of U.S. sales by 2010, up from just 3 percent last year. With the new BLUETEC-nology helping the ...


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