STUTTGART — Four years and US$1.3 billion in the making, DaimlerChrysler AG's new Mercedes-Benz C-Class hits European dealerships in May and the U.S. in September. The '01 C-Class is more rounded than its predecessor and has an aerodynamic profile. The seven new or enhanced engines ranging from 2.0L to 3.2L offered in the new C-Class deliver 20% more power and 43% more torque than their predecessors. When it hits the U.S., the vehicle will be available with either a 2.6L or 3.2L V-6 ...
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