New 2012 Mercedes-Benz Actros (Mp4) - Premiere at Mercedes Mojsiuk - Koszalin 8.11.2011

Local Mercedes-Benz dealer presents the all-new Mercedes-Benz Actros Mp4 (2012). Presentation took place in Koszalin at 8.11.2011. I hope you enjoy :) Greetings

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2017 Mercedes Benz Trucks: Highway Pilot Connect - Demonstration
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Scania R620 V8 Longline P.van den Blucke (STH) France interior - Black Amber replica (HD)
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