Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz is a German manufacturer of luxury vehicles. It is currently a division of the parent company, Daimler AG, after previously being owned by Daimler-Benz. The first Mercedes-Benz brand name vehicles were produced in 1926 and the company has introduced many technological and safety innovations that have become common in modern vehicles.

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  • Mercedes A Class Series 05 The A Class remains a car pretty much without rivals, especially now that Audi has killed off the unsuccessful A2.
  • Mercedes B-Class Series 05 Fitting the B Class into Mercedes' brand hierarchy isn't the easiest of tasks.
  • Mercedes C Class (00-07) Series 93 Mercedes C Class (00-07). The C Class is big, comfortable and an easy place to spend serious time, offering a near-perfect compromise between a cosseting ride and 'sporty' performance.
  • Mercedes C Class Series 11 The C Class is a very important car for Mercedes, a staple of a large range that has to make steady money for the company- and there is nothing like hedging your bets if you are relying on something to be successful.
  • Mercedes CL (03 - 06) Series 03 Mercedes CL (03 - 06). Underneath the crisp lines of its stylish coachwork the CL is based on the S Class executive saloon, making for an effortlessly competent dynamic performance.
  • Mercedes CL Series 06 Mercedes has a long tradition of building coupes from the same set of mechanical underpinnings as the S Class saloon, so the arrival of a two door CL based on the current S doesn't come as a surprise.
  • Mercedes CLC Series 08 Mercedes is introducing its newest member of the coupe family, as the CLC.
  • Mercedes CLK Series 97 Mercedes CLK. With its combination of elegant styling and a ultra-smooth driving experience, the CLK is one of the most desirable coupés on the market - although it comes with pricetags to match.
  • Mercedes CLS It might be hard to imagine now with the plethora of four-door coupes on the market these days that seven years ago they didn't really exist.
  • Mercedes E Class Mercedes now has a vast model range, but the E Class has always been its heartland car.
  • Mercedes E Class Coupe Series 09 Mercedes E Class Coupe. The CLK coupe, despite being a sales success since its introduction in 1997, is no more.
  • Mercedes E Class Series 95 Mercedes E Class. The E Class has received far more than just the customary mid-life visual makeover with some major changes under the surface intended to improve its reputation for indifferent reliability.
  • Mercedes GL Class Series 06 The GL Class has been designed with the American market very much in mind - it's huge even by the standards of big off-roaders.
  • Mercedes M Class Series 05 The Mercedes ML Class is anything but politically correct.
  • Mercedes McLaren SLR Series 07 Mercedes McLaren SLR. Launched at almost the same time as the Porsche Carrera GT and the Ferrari Enzo and aimed at similarly mega-rich customers, the McLaren-Mercedes SLR has managed to out-live both its contemporaries.
  • Mercedes R Class Series 05 The R Class is one of those vehicles that must have seemed like a great idea on paper.
  • Mercedes S Class Series 05 Luxury, comfort and image are the three keystones of the luxury saloon segment.
  • Mercedes SL Series 02 Mercedes has always allowed its SL roadsters to enjoy long model lives, with the current incarnation maturing nicely, especially when compared to some more modern rivals.
  • Mercedes SLK Series 04 Mercedes SLK. The original SLK wowed the crowds with its neat folding metal hardtop.
  • Mercedes SLS Mercedes has resurrected the 50s Gullwing in the form of the new SLS AMG.
  • Mercedes V Class Series 96 Mercedes V Class. The V Class sells on the twin principles that one is born every minute and that a fool and his money are quickly parted.
  • Mercedes Viano Series 03 It's hard to find anything to like about the Viano, a real anomaly in Mercedes' line-up of prestige machinery.

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