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Mercedes Tuner Carlsson Establishes US Subsidiary - Web Exclusive

The US market will benefit from the engineering and the experience of the German Mercedes specialist.

Sep 28, 2010

If you've ever looked into buying a Mercedes-Benz, chances are you've heard of Carlsson. Their one of the oldest Mercedes tuners originating from Germany and now they've opened a subsidiary in Las Vegas, NV to service its US clients bigger and better. Carlsson USA will work with partners including SAT in Florida, RTW Motoring in California, Mercedes-Benz of Bughead in Atlanta, Georgia, Tire Rack and many other accessory and specialists.

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The US market will benefit from the engineering and the experience of the German Mercedes specialist. This includes the entire portfolio of Carlsson wheels, performance upgrades, aerodynamic components, intelligent solutions and vehicle customization from the A to the S-Class and the self-developed Super GT Carlsson C25. For more info, visit www.carlsson.de

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