Mercedes-Benz is planning to offer not one but two versions of the new tall wagon it unveiled at the Detroit auto show in January. Due out in 2004, the new Grand Sports Tourer or GST, is a cross between an SUV and minivan. It looks like a tall, sleek station wagon and has three rows of seats. But the GST shown off at the auto show is huge by European standards: it’s 3 inches longer than even the long-wheelbase version of the biggest Mercedes sedan. That kind of size is fine for the ...
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