The new Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG (www.mbusa.com) appears only slightly different from the previous version of
Since its founders invented the motorcar 125 years ago, Mercedes-Benz has been tweaking and primping its vehicles ever closer to perfection.
The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center does more than just restore classic cars. It also reveals their stories.
Our introduction to the new Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG took place this winter in the mountains of Southern California, where broad interstates leaving San Diego become two-lane byways.
As the automotive world searches for the ultimate alternative to gasoline-fueled engines, the big three premium German automakers (Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz) c
In its ongoing quest to keep pace with BMW’s famously quick “M” cars and Audi’s high-performance “S” and “RS” models, Mercedes-Benz has—via its in-house speed shop, AMG—taken the
Proof that where there’s a will, there’s a niche, Mercedes-Benz (which already offers 16 model lines in the United States) plans to extend its family tree once again with a produc
Over the past two years, there has not been a more popular car style than the four-door coupe.
The 2011 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG (www.mbusa.com) is more powerful, more energy-efficient, and more eco-friendly than last year’s model.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz E350 Convertible is a handsome replacement for the recently retired CLK convertible line.
You may not have noticed, but the CLK model no longer exists in Mercedes-Benz’s lineup of cars.
When Mercedes-Benz decided that it was time for the S-Class to receive a nip-tuck-style face-lift for 2010, it also chose to offer a model that would appeal to a more discriminating driver: one th
The S-Class is a big car, and the AMG-developed 6.2-liter V-8 is a big engine. This could be the perfect marriage.
The S550 was one of the first models offered with the most recent S-Class redesign; it is plenty powerful and plenty good.
Mercedes-Benz’s strong V-12 engine feels like it was designed specifically for the S600. But Mercedes added the S63 AMG to the range to complement the other AMG model: the Bentley-battling S65.
The SL63 AMG does everything right: great power, great styling, and great fun.
The big news for 2010 was the return of the gullwing doors for the SLS AMG, so the SL-Class model line has taken a bit of a backseat.
Rain or shine, the hardtop convertible SL550 is fit to handle anything.
The original SLK was the first car in its segment to feature the now-obligatory folding metal roof, and the current AMG model shows why it’s still so popular.
After more than a half-century, the gullwing doors are back. Officially called the 2010 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, the new gullwing is an obvious throwback to the 1955 300SL.
In order to keep up with its GL-Class brethren, not to mention high-powered versions of the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5, the M-Class now offers AMG’s brawny 503-hp, 6.2-liter V-8.
Last year, Mercedes added the S63 AMG to the range, which complements the other AMG model: the Bentley-battling S65.
For those who do not need the AMG variant, the ML550 provides plenty of power without displacing comfort.
Although this is available only as a lease through Mercedes-Benz, it shows that the manufacturer is thinking outside of the standard SUV box.
Like the E350 BlueTEC that came before it, the ML 350 BlueTEC offers good mileage and a cleaner conscience.
The ML350 is part of Mercedes-Benz’s smaller SUV category, but it is not a crossover; that space is reserved for the much smaller GLK.
The GL550 is larger than BMW’s X5 and Audi’s Q7, making it the better choice for those with several (or more than several) family members.