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    In addition to the GLE, the straight-6 is offered in the CLS and GLS in the U.S. market. The M256 springs from Mercedes-Benz's new Family of Modular Engines (FAME), which includes a high-output AMG version as well as a diesel inline-6.13 Dec 2019
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