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Hopping into a brand new Mercedes-Benz SL-Class is now much more affordable thanks to the introduction of a new V-6 model for the 2015 model year.
For whatever reason, the corporate folks at Mercedes-Benz have had enough of the existing naming schemes for some of the marque's current and future models, and are planning to mix it up a bit in the coming years.
Washington DC August 26, 2014; The AIADA newsletter reported most savvy car shoppers know that the end of the summer is the traditional end of the model year, making this a good time to find great bargains on the new-car lot.
Although German tuner Brabus is perhaps best known for adding ludicrous amounts of horsepower to Mercedes-Benz cars , it turns out the company can also add a dash of luxury to less sporting vehicles.
The entry price for Mercedes-Benz's most prestigious droptop gets considerably lower for 2015 with the addition of the new SL400 model that's powered by a turbocharged V-6 engine.
Kibosh may be more definitive than what's going on here. It's not that I don't think these new innovations deserve some sort of look-see from regulators.
Honda comes out with a highly efficient hybrid sedan that's super comfortable, provides hair-raising performance - and costs half as much as German luxury cars of the same size.
Mercedes-Benz may be about to change the names of some of its most popular SUVs in an effort to harmonize the various nameplates ahead of the rollout of several all-new high-riding models.
Here's a quick fact you may not have known: while you may think that wrinkled clothes are a modern day dilemma, historical records show that man has been concerned with pesky wrinkles all the way back to the 1st century BC.
The question is not whether this is a fine, well-appointed luxury car - you'll make your own decision once you've had a look at the 2014 Hyundai Equus.
Rishad Premji has led the company to also invest in two startups, the valuation of one of them has more than tripled in just 12 months.
The sight of a three-pointed star prominently nestled on the front grille of any vehicle represents so much more than just fine German craftsmanship, it represents a certain sense of class and style.
The slow reveal. Some companies do it right, some do it wrong. As I've noted in previous threads, I am pretty sure the three-pointed star's got this one wrong.
If you live in a suburban area, there's a good chance you've seen way too many Mercedes-Benz GL's in your lifetime.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 06:19 am
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