VITORIA, Spain – Mercedes-Benz Espana, DaimlerChrysler AG’s Spanish subsidiary, posts a spectacular increase in first-quarter output, up 41% from like-2003 levels. Strong acceptance of the new Vito van and Viano multipurpose vehicles, both built at the Mercedes plant here in northern Spain, helped Mercedes Espana increase revenues to more than €1 million ($1.2 million) in the first quarter, up 49% from year-ago. Vito van volume rose to 19,130 units in the January-March period, up 22.8% ...

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