BLOWING ROCK, North Carolina, U.S.A. — What's the answer when the sport/utility vehicle (SUV) market isn't growing like it used to? Find more ways to slice the pie, of course. The definition of SUVs is ever evolving, largely because selling SUVs once was simple. But now that the SUV-starved U.S. market is bristling with new entrants from just about every automaker that wasn't playing the SUV game before, competition is fierce. Let the pie-slicing begin. DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz ...
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