GENEVA — Mercedes-Benz plans to capitalize on U.S. demand for its vehicles with the introduction of the S-Class later this month, a face-lifted E-Class in the fall, and the ML55 and CL coupe during the first quarter 2000. Demand for the M-Class remains strong around the world, says Mike Jackson, president of Mercedes-Benz of North America Inc., but the U.S. continues to be the largest market. Jackson predicts the M320 will continue to be the hottest seller with 60% of sales, the ML430 ...
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