With sales volume preparing to drive beyond 200,000 units in 2000, there's no fear that Mercedes-Benz USA will lose its exclusivity says Ken Enders, general manager-marketing. That's because MBUSA intends to grow its volume with the introduction of new models, rather than by increasing sales of current vehicles. In the luxury segment, vehicles Mr. Enders defines as costing $28,000 and up, Mercedes will sell a little under 200,000 units this year. That's out of a market of 1.3 million ...
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