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1994 Mercedes-Benz S320 review

Released in 1992, the Mercedes-Benz S Class could arguably be one of the last cars built to the 'the best or nothing' motto. The sheer presence, vault-like build quality and incredible attention to detail command it to being a car almost like no other. It was referred to as 'the cathedral on wheels' when it first came out by the press – a result of the US$1 billion development costs that changed the automotive landscape...

2012 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG review

You can ignore the background of how I came to own this car by skipping the first few paragraphs. Entirely up to you. My first (real) car was a 2005 VZ SS Holden Commodore. I had just turned 22. I remember the excitement of picking it up and being the only person in my suburb to have that model, at the time...

2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC250d review

My son said, “Your old Merc ML is polluting the world and depleting resources. Get something that is more fuel efficient and fun”. So I bought the GLC250d last year; it has done 9000 km so far. Of this, we've gone skiing in the Snowy Mountains three times. On a trip, average fuel consumption is about 6.1 to 6...

2014 Mercedes-Benz A250 Sport review

For those of you who may not have read my previous Owner Reviews, my name is Will Varvari and I am 14 years old. I am a massive car aficionado, and absolutely love writing… hence the reason why you see me on CarAdvice doing these reviews and sharing with you my views. My two previous reviews were about BMW X5s (the E70 and the F15)...

2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Review

My previous car ownership consisted of mainly Japanese performance vehicles - WRX; Evo; s2000; Civic B Series. So, as I got older I wanted something nicer, something less Spartan. I then spent a few years in a Volkswagen Golf GTi MK6. Nicely built car but had some reliability issues. But that's another story. So when it came time to look for a new car, I decided on a C63 estate...

2014 Mercedes-Benz ML350 CDI BLUETEC (4x4) Review

I am struggling for the first time in my life as it is time to trade my 2014 ML350. I do not want to give this car up. Comfort and performance coupled with safety features such as Distronic Plus and 360-degree camera, lane departure features and the distance warning bell and auto slowing down make this car magic...

1982 Mercedes-Benz 230 E Review

  This is a 34 year old car with 31,000km on the clock. Yes, really. But more on that later. First, let me go right back to where my love affair with the W123 Mercedes-Benz began: Colombo, Sri Lanka – in the year 1988. The road outside my house was a pot-holed nightmare, teeming with old rust buckets, tuk-tuks, bollock carts and even the odd Elephant carrying a man on its back...

2016 Mercedes-Benz C300 Review

100k sounds a lot but there is a whole lot of car here - so impressed. This is my 9th Merc since the 1980's so I've seen and experienced them evolved, from S classes to my 1996 280 SL. Letting go of the SL to the C300 coupe was worth it, these modern Mercedes or cars in general are on another level...

2013 Mercedes-Benz B200 Be Review

One of the best cars I have driven. Very big and roomy inside yet small outside and easy to park. Park assist is great. Ambient lighting adds that comfortable touch. Doors sit high and never scrape the ground when getting in. Easy to use command system for navigation, bluetooth telephone and USB connections. Really is a joy to drive...

2015 Mercedes-Benz VITO 113CDI SWB Review

After driving 2 Hiaces over the past 13 years I decided to change to the Vito. After 10,000 kms/ 6 months I'm never going back! Yes, the Vito is pricey but you get what you pay for. The new Vito hasn't missed a beat in six months and handles both suburban and country roads with ease. As a tradesman I am carrying tools, stock and ladders, I have found my fuel averages 8...

2013 Mercedes-Benz A45 Amg Review

After 2 years ownership, I still feel the thrill of getting in and driving my A45. Almost as thrilling as my motorbike. On the track, it is safe as well as thrilling, with many more powerful and fancied sports cars being left behind. And on a wet track, multiply that many fold, with faster porsche and Ferraris being humbled into fear and submission by their owners...