AUDI and BMW’s South African operations should be shaking in their boots. For years, they’ve had the market for premium compact SUVs cornered with the Q5 and X3. Notable by its absence was Mercedes-Benz; its GLK was offered only in left-hand drive (re-engineering it for right-hand-drive markets, ...
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