The all-new third-generation Mercedes-Benz B-Class has lost some of the previous gen's frumpiness and gained tech, refinement and plushness.
The Mercedes-Benz GLE has come of age in its all-new fourth generation. It’s brimming with tech and grows into a seven-seater, but is it a finer large luxury SUV?
The new A-Class establishes itself as the hatchback segment’s most advanced car, though not everything is as sophisticated as it should be.
A long-awaited return to straight-six power, coupled with a revival of Mercedes-Benz’s stylistic elegance, ensures the 2019 CLS doesn’t delve into mediocrity as it enters its third generation.
Mercedes is launching a new version of Australia's top-selling big van range, with luxury car levels of safety and benchmark infotainment and telematics. But competition is hotting up...
From the B-pillar forward the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class sedan is identical to the hatch, but this the more complete car with good looks and a ton of tech to tempt new car buyers looking for a compact luxury ride.
The upgraded Mercedes-Benz C200 doesn't look a lot different, but there are plenty of changes under the skin to tempt you, including a brand new entry engine and improved interior displays.
I've a confession, although it's not exactly a secret: I'm not really into motorsport. It's a fact that perplexes and even vexes my colleagues. What kind of motoring journo doesn't get up at 3am for the F1? Well, me, for one. (There are others, too, but I won't name and shame.) Still, I've attended my share of races, and while I can't name every helmet on the grid, I wouldn't say I've ever been bored...
This is the only version of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class ute that can be had at an RRP below $50,000. Is it the real deal, or just excellent badge engineering?
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE’s suspension is super crazy insane: it can enable three-wheel motion, hop the GLE out of ruts, and lean into corners.
With technology plucked from a space ship some 25 years ahead of time, does the all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class have enough substance to win over buyers? Paul Maric finds out.