Canadian Mercedes-Benz dealers are getting creative by offering alternative options to appease customers as delays of 2017 model vehicles limit stock at dealerships.
Increased scrutiny by U.S. regulators is resulting in delays of up to two months for deliveries of new 2017 model-year Mercedes-Benz vehicles with both gasoline and diesel engines.
Austrian contract manufacturer Magna Steyr will produce six models for four different automakers at a plant in Graz, Austria, starting in 2018, Automobilwoche, a sister publication of Automotive News, reported.
New Brunswick is set to double the number of Mercedes-Benz dealerships in its borders by this time next year.
Automaker-sponsored programs on some level exist at the intersection of civic-mindedness and business self-interest.