Mercedes-Benz can rightfully claim quite a bit of credit for the current luxury SUV boom with their first model, the ML or M-Class, beating most other soft-roaders to the tills. Two decades later, I test-drove one of its direct descendants.
The artist formerly known as ML or M-Class can now be found in an even more refined state called GLE. I test-drove the big turbo-diesel 400d model.
C stands for Compact Class, yet this evergreen Mercedes-Benz sales champion tends to follow in its bigger siblings’ footsteps by introducing many innovations to the compact executive sedan market. NamWheels brings you some highlights of the new W206 model while recapping those of its ancestors…
How does that old saying go…? “Competition never sleeps.” This is one of the main reasons why Mercedes-Benz is in the middle of a full-on product offensive. Next to new gizmos and a mushrooming SUV line-up, they’ve also updated their entry-level offerings.
Mercedes-Benz just launched the latest version of their flagship sedan, the S-Class. NamWheels gives you a few pointers about this new super-saloon.
Apparently Mercedes-Benz recently updated their mid-size E-Class sedan range and now – thank you, COVID-19 – the convenience of online launches granted NamWheels an invite to the digital launch of the two-door Coupé and Convertible derivatives. Here are a few details:
Ever since the A-Class attained previously unimagined levels of trendiness, the poor B-Class has been left fighting the MPV mommy van battle by itself. We recently tested a B200.
With the ruthlessly relentless onslaught of SUV’s, are the days of the luxury sedans finally numbered? We test a base model Mercedes-Benz C180 to find out.
The cushioning forays
Mercedes is on a bit of a roll. Recent sales statistics show that the once old and stodgy brand is selling its revived and desperately fashionable products like hot cakes. I’ll immediately admit that I’m not a huge fan of this decidedly successful transformation, chiefly because I have a garage full of old, stodgy Mercs.