LISBON, Portugal — With the addition of the SLK32 AMG and the C-Class based C32 AMG, there's now an AMG-modified Mercedes-Benz to fit every taste — if not every budget, considering both of these new AMG models are the cheapest and yet still will deplete the wallet to the tune of mid-$50,000 when they go on sale in the U.S. this summer. Along with the new C and SLK, there now are AMG variants of the S-Class, the CL and CLK coupes, the E-Class and the M-Class sport-ute. The new ...
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