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2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class adds 362-horsepower E450 model

Follow Viknesh Buyers of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class have a couple of new options for the 2019 model year. On Tuesday, we detailed AMG’s new E53 that replaces the E43, with the car’s mild-hybrid powertrain bringing 429 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque, versus the 396 hp and 384 lb-ft of the non-electrified E43. Now we

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Tuner builds wild Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup truck

Follow Viknesh Mercedes-AMG isn’t planning to upgrade the X-Class anytime soon—it probably has to do with the fact the mid-size pickup truck is based on a donor Nissan platform—but there are plenty of tuners out there willing to step in. One of them is Pickup Design, the pickup truck division of Polish tuner Carlex Design,

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Mercedes-Benz A-Class sedan confirmed for Beijing auto show

Follow Viknesh Mercedes-Benz will reveal the first-ever A-Class sedan next week at the 2018 Beijing auto show. The car is the second of eight body styles planned for Mercedes’ new generation of compacts, the first being the A-Class hatchback revealed in February. We won’t see the hatch in the United States but the sedan should

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Mercedes-Benz Collection subscription starts trials in 2 US cities

Follow Viknesh Mercedes-Benz is the latest to jump on the car subscription bandwagon with the new service Mercedes-Benz Collection to start trials this June in Nashville, Tennessee and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the automaker confirmed Thursday. It follows Mercedes’ announcement in March of the Mercedes me Flexperience subscription for the German market, as well as BMW’s announcement

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Mercedes-Benz isn't ready to walk away from diesel

Diesel has, more or less, become a rather dirty word in the aftermath of Volkswagen’s dieselgate scandal. However, as the majority of European automakers back away from the fuel, Mercedes-Benz isn’t ready to walk away from it just yet. Mercedes-Benz head, Dieter Zetsche, told Autocar in a Monday report that consumer confidence in diesel powertrains

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A Mercedes-Benz 300SL restored by Brabus is a thing of beauty

Follow Jeff [embedded content] The mad wrenches at Brabus know a thing or two about taking a modern Mercedes-Benz and twisting the wick until tremendous power figures are produced. Brabus isn’t just about the new metal, as it turns out. The classic car division of the German tuning company exists to breathe new life into

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