FRANKFURT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Bent on improving its image for quality, DaimlerChrysler will extend warranties on electrical problems in Mercedes cars beyond the current two-year period, the Handeslblatt newspaper reported on Friday. The move, which the paper said could cost the German-American carmaker more than 10 million euros ($12 million), will cover some existing Mercedes customers including those who bought the initial E-class luxury cars launched in 2002. No one was immediately ...
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