DETROIT – Mercedes-Benz USA launches sales of its refreshed ’05 C-Class line, with sales targeted at about 52,000 units, on a par with that of the outgoing ’04 model. The revamped C-Class range includes the introduction of the C55 AMG, which replaces the C32 AMG and marks the end of a 4-year hiatus for V-8 C-Class sedans. Dropped from the ’05 model line are the C320 wagon and the C240 and C240 4Matic. Mercedes-Benz ’05 C55 AMG “If we can sustain our sales pace from last year, we’re ...

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