By CARLO BERGENGOLDERThe first Mercedes SUV will be sold in Brazil by the end of this year, and there is a strong chance it will be the most popular model on the market.

Brazilian company Cerveza Modelo has already been working on the SUV for the past seven years.

It has been selling its SUV for years, but the company has never had a production run of 500,000 vehicles. 

The Mercedes S300 was born in 2016 and the first batch of 500 units were sold in June. 

Its launch was greeted by a huge outcry from some fans who felt it was the wrong car for Brazil, but there were no protests. 

There were also problems with the pricing of the SUV. 

According to Brazilian media, the Mercedes S500 sold for 1,200,000 reais ($3,700) while the S300 sold for only 1,000,000. 

This prompted the company to launch a new model called the S350, which retailed for 1 million reais (around $3,000) .

The S300 had a price tag of around 1 million euros ($1.3 million), but that did not stop many fans from buying it. 

On August 30, Mercedes announced that it was expanding production of the S100 and S150 SUVs.

The company said the two models will be available by the beginning of 2019, but they have not been confirmed for sales yet. 

Mercedes will be making a big splash in Brazil, with a total of 20,000 S100 models to be produced, according to the company. 

But Mercedes has also been criticized for not offering the same price for its SUV as its luxury rival, BMW.

The two companies have a total production of around 15,000 cars each, with the S200 SUV being the most expensive in the market at around 1.5 million euros. 

However, some have questioned Mercedes’ decision to increase production in Brazil. 

“Mercedes is making money and I’m not buying a Mercedes,” one customer told Brazil’s Radio Globo TV.

“They don’t give me enough.

They are making money with the luxury SUV but not with the basic models. 

 The Brazilian economy is struggling, and I am worried about the future of this country.”

According to the Brazilian Business Journal, the company was able to expand production of its SUV in the first year because of a lack of demand from Brazilian consumers.