AUBURN HILLS — DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz, which has protected the security conscious in Europe, Russia and South America for more than 70 years, now is offering its armored cars in the U.S., where it says the market for security vehicles is growing. Starting in November, Mercedes will offer its S500 Guard armored vehicle from U.S. dealerships, hoping to grab a share of the U.S. armored car market, which totals about 1,000 units annually. The automaker says it has pre-sold 22 of ...
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