There has been speculation that Mercedes-Benz is considering bringing the Mercedes-Benz B-Class to the U.S. Well now the automaker has confirmed that the next-generation of the small car will make it here.
The redesigned version of the car that is expected in 2011 or 2012 will have a version that is designed to meet U.S requirements.
The main question still remains: Will people actually buy a car that is smaller than the C-Class in the US? The success of the Audi A3 and the upcoming BMW 1-Series should show that there is some interest in the this country.
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