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Sumptuous Sleeper: 2018 Mercedes-AMG E43 Sedan Test Drive Review

Today’s luxury car market is all about maximizing choice for consumers, and Mercedes-Benz does it better than most any  automaker, with everything from coupe-like SUVs to sedan-like coupes. When the all-new, tenth-generation E-Class lineup was introduced for the 2017 year, Mercedes-Benz made sure to give buyers plenty of options here, too, with four body styles (sedan, wagon, coupe and convertible) as well as gap-bridging models like the 2018 Mercedes-AMG E43 Sedan. The 2018 E-Class lineup consists of five models with each offering different levels of performance, style and luxury. The…

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2016 Detroit: 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sets the Standard

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class has always been one of the most outstanding and luxurious sedans. The model is now being completely updated for the 2017 model year, bringing it closer to the new S-Class and C-Class in terms of exterior design and an interior quality that sets the standard in the class. “The new E-Class takes another major step towards fully autonomous driving. In addition, it enhances efficiency, safety and comfort, reduces the stress level when driving and intensifies driving pleasure,” said Dr. Thomas Weber, Member of the Board of Management…

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Video: Next-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class teased in new video

Mercedes-Benz today provided the first teaser for the next-generation E-Class sedan. The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class was teased in a new video showing off a new technology feature where an owner will be able to remote park his or her car using a smartphone app. ‘Parking can be a nightmare when the vehicle alongside has parked so tight that it is impossible to open the door of your own car,” Mercedes-Benz said in a statement. “A common occurrence in car parks where space is at a premium. Also some garages are so narrow…

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Report: Mercedes-Benz still in the works with reviving their own inline six

Mercedes-Benz has been rumored to be reviving its use of the straight-six engine. Past reports from Automobile, AutoCar, and AutoBild have all indicated the same sentiments. The last gasoline inline six ever from the brand ceased in 1999 at the end of the 1990s-generation, W140 chassis Mercedes-Benz S-Class, which made way for the M112 V6, marking the brand’s first ever production and wide-spread use of a V6. Now, Mercedes might be going back to tradition with the inline engine. In the latest report from Australia’s Motoring, word of the return of the straight-six for the Silver Arrow…

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 4Matic Wagon

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” So said John F. Kennedy. Put more bluntly, “adapt or die.” And the established royalty of automobiledom have changed, some drastically. Twenty years ago, if you polled your above-average car expert about Mercedes and BMW SUVs, Porsche sedans or a legitimate Cadillac super-sports sedan with over 500 hp and athletics to embarrass most European sedans, he’d be ROFLHAO. Even so, in the face of now-changeable stalwarts like the…

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