A-class sedan right for U.S., Mercedes says

With the latest redesign of its entry-level car family arriving in 2018, Mercedes-Benz finally has an A class suited for U.S. consumers, says the brand's global sales chief.

UPDATED: 12/13/17 1:45 pm ET - adds year of debut

New AMG 53 line launching in 2018

The Mercedes-AMG CLS53 will go on sale in the U.S. by the end of 2018, kicking off a new line in the AMG performance stable.

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