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Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham once offered the ultimate tailgating vehicle-- with Nick Saban's name written all over it.
Daimler converts a U.S. kit factory to a bona fide vehicle assembly plant -- and creates a new scenario for local Mercedes parts.
A federal district judge in California approved a settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Mercedes-Benz over faulty roof air conditioners in Sprinter vans.
Mercedes-Benz USA has created a menu of prepackaged options for its Sprinter and Metris cargo vans to make it easier for its luxury car dealers to sell vans to commercial users.
A new version of the Sprinter commercial van is available in any color you want, as long as it's white. By having far fewer paint and other options, the van is priced lower to win more buyers.
Mercedes-Benz Vans USA is introducing a new, lower-priced Sprinter commercial van model in a bid to win over more plumbers, electricians and other tradespeople.
Mercedes had a particular group of customers in mind when it launched Boost, an Uber-like shuttle service, in 2013. They were children, and they simply needed to get to soccer practice.
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