DETROIT – After a year when Mercedes-Benz saw its quality image take a beating in the J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, its leader is ready to return his luxury brand back to leadership. It will take time, but it’s a top priority at the German marque, one that has been the car of choice for heads of state and the rich and famous. The disappointment revolves around two vehicles in particular: the M-Class SUV and S-Class sedan. Both scored lower on feature, accessory, body and interior ...
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