Mercedes-Benz's automotive history can be traced all the way back to the 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which it claims as the first gasoline-powered automobile. Currently, the German luxury automaker offers a full lineup of vehicles in nearly every segment imaginable, from the pint-sized A-class up to the GLS-class three-row crossover. It even builds two cargo vans, the Sprinter and Metris.
The folks from Stuttgart are discontinuing the brand's current PHEV models while it develops a third-generation system that will feature "EQ" branding.
A number of improvements keep Mercedes' C300 sedan a fiercely competitive luxury offering.
More power than a C300 but not as crazy as a C63, the AMG C43 strikes a great balance in the C-Class range.
With more power and a freshened roster of technology, the C-Class remains a strong player.
Members get access to some of the best Benzes in the fleet, as long as they're willing to pony up the monthly fee.
BMW's fourth-gen X5 is ready to take on the Q7 and GLS-Class, but which is the better luxury three-row?
It took nearly 100,000 pounds of resin, which I believe qualifies as a boatload.
It'll still exist everywhere else it's currently set up.