After 30 years of production, the Mercedes-Benz Geländewagen (or G-Class for short) is a timeless classic.
Although it has less power and torque than the AMG version, the G550 is just as capable of off-roading as the G55 AMG.
With the seven-passenger GL320 BlueTec, Mercedes-Benz is using blue to go green.
If Audi’s antiquated S6 (435 hp) and BMW's outmoded M5 (500 hp) models seem a bit tame, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG offers refreshingly new and powerful alternative.
The high-selling CLS550 was the four-door performance sedan that sparked other manufactures’ interest in this relatively niche market.
Essentially an abbreviated version of Mercedes’ flagship S-Class sedan, the CL filters all the performance, prestige, and creature comforts of its four-door sibling into an intimate two-door packa
The CL63 AMG was one of the first Mercedes-Benzes to feature the vastly popular and powerful 6.2-liter V-8 engine and the shiatsu-style seats, which provide added support through the sweeps and be
With a smooth and powerful V-12, the CL600 attracts buyers who enjoy arriving safely in a serene environment.
The CL550 is designed for those who do not need huge horsepower numbers, but like the comfort of a large coupe.
Part sedan, part coupe, and all Mercedes-Benz, the CLS is arguably the sexiest four-door ever to come from Stuttgart.
Unveiled at the Miami International Boat Show in February, Cigarette Racing Team’s 46' Rider, inspired by AMG edition (www
The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Robb Report’s reigning Car of the Year champion in 2010, will debut an all-electric model in 2013.
The clanging and banging coming from a suburban summer house one night in 1885 was loud enough to wake the neighbors, who called the polizei and reported that Stuttgart’s counterfeiters a
THE GIFTA 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL gullwing, procured and restored by Mercedes-Benz Classic Center.
Wagons—particularly those from elite automotive brands—have never been the easiest sell to Americans of means. That squared-off rear end tends to look, well, a bit dowdy on a luxury car.
After more than half a century, Mercedes-Benz will spread its wings once again with the 2011 SLS AMG.
If you’ve ever walked away from a harrowing car wreck, chances are good that Mercedes-Benz had a hand in your survival — even if you weren’t driving a Mercedes at the time.
Mercedes-Benz is bringing back the gullwing doors that helped make the 1950s-era 300SL coupe one of the most sought-after collector cars.
Rudolf Diesel designed his namesake engine in 1897 to operate on peanut oil, a clean, renewable power source.
Armco barriers, tarmac, candy cane–colored rumble strips, and towering oak trees rushed at me as I plunged the Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG into the Fuchsröhre, or Foxhole.
Not Just Hot Air
Call it stealth marketing. Over this past summer, Mercedes-Benz leaked a few photos depicting a camouflaged Speedster version of the SLR McLaren onto the Internet.
You don’t have to pay dues to join the exclusive SLR.Club and enjoy its many perks, and you don’t have to pass muster with present members.
Spiraling fuel prices be damned. The colossal Mercedes-Benz G-class utility vehicle rolls defiantly into its 30th year of production with a host of revisions.
Mercedes-Benz never snoozes.
To imply that the stock twin-turbo V-12 engines in the current Mercedes-Benz CL65, S65, and SL65 AMG performance models are sufficiently powered would be like saying Johann Sebastian Bach was just
Mercedes-Benz’s new and mighty 6.3-liter V-8, built by performance division AMG, has slipped fully into the company’s product mainstream, seemingly powering everything Mercedes has to offer, from