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With good looks to match its excellent performance and myriad ADAS features, the 2019 Mercedes-AMG CLS53 should be on your short list.
The second-gen CLA-Class Mercedes gets welcome improvements in refinement, design and features.
The C300 offers 70 percent of the S-Class experience for 50 percent of the price.
The 2020 Mercedes-Benz A-Class is now the sub-$40,000 luxury sedan to beat.
The AMG C43 is a sharp driver’s tool, but this Mercedes could use a bit more refinement in its ride.
Want to feel slightly better about the environment in your luxo-barge? This is the S-Class for you.
There's a reason they call the 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class a "benchmark car." It's the bar against which all luxury cars are measured, and that bar just got raised.
Performance, comfort, styling and tech upgrades prepare the CLA45 to take on Audi's forthcoming RS3.
The 2017 S550 Cabriolet maintains the strengths of Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles, showing off a luxury exemplified in driving character and cabin appointments, while offering top-down driving rarely found in its segment.
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The E300 is a high-tech machine with plenty of luxury features. The smooth ride and willing, although not eager, chassis make it a comfortable and pleasant midsize sedan.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 Hybrid adds reasonable fuel economy and a few miles of pure electric driving to an already extraordinarily comfortable, capable and high-tech luxury sedan, brought down only by slow-to-connect onboard data.
The 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 represents the apex of Mercedes-Benz opulence and technology for those who can afford it's astronomical asking price.
Mercedes-Benz will bring 10 PHEVs to market by 2017. The C350e is one of the first.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 makes for a very comfortable and occasionally sporty drive, and advances the idea of a midsize luxury sedan, setting a new bar for the competition.
2007 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
The AMG GT has more features and a new look, but its central appeal -- an effortless, invigorating drive -- is unchanged.