Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz Cars division later this year will end output of the CLC hatchback at its factory in Juiz de Fora, Mina Gerais, which will switch to assembly of the Accelo and Actros commercial trucks. The plant, built in the late-1990s to produce the A-Class, was in danger of closing when Mercedes halted output of the car in 2005. Derived from the previous-generation C-Class, the Sports Coupe hatch, later given the name CLC, was then added at the factory. The state ...
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