Mercedes to export Diesel M-Class VANCE, Alabama, U.S.A. — DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz Div. begins producing diesel-equipped M-Class sport/utility vehicles in June at its assembly plant here. The 2.7L 5-cyl. turbodiesel-powered M-Class will be exported to address European demand. Also helping meet demand is the addition of 26,000 diesel M-Class units built in a secondary M-Class assembly plant in Graz, Austria. Graz reportedly will build only the diesel-powered M-Class. Subaru ...

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