FRANKFURT — In Germany, the old Mercedes-Benz C-Class' claim to fame was it's overabundant use as a taxi. It seemed a bit of a waste. It's just as certain the all-new C-Class will be painted butter yellow and used as a cab, too — but now it's a downright shame. The new Mercedes C-Class goes where the old vehicle didn't go. It has seven engine offerings delivering up to 20% more power and 43% more torque than the comparable superceded engines. It also means the return of a ...
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