Mercedes-Benz still is on track to sell the B-Class in Canada and Mexico this year, a spokesman tells Ward's. But it is looking highly unlikely the compact sports tourer will make it to U.S. showrooms in 2005, as originally planned. B-Class (CST) still is delayed for U.S. The B-Class essentially is a stretched version of the new A-Class, designed for the North American market, and shown as the CST. The unfavorable exchange rate of the dollar against the euro led to reports earlier ...
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