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Pricing of Mercedes S500 and S63 AMG 4MATIC Coupes Revealed

Daimler recently released a statement containing the pricing of the new Mercedes S500 and S63 AMG 4MATIC Coupes in Germany. According to the parent company of the Mercedes brand, the price tags of the two models will start at €125,961.50 and €170,586.50, respectively. The two vehicles have been scheduled to reach dealerships by September this year. However, Daimler stated that orders can be placed starting today April 7 for the two dream cars. For people who are looking to buy the rear-wheel drive version with the Magic Body Control suspension system and the innovative Curve Tilting Feature, they will have to wait until July 14 to place their orders. The… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe Spotted in Stuttgart

The Mercedes S63 AMG is scheduled to make its public debut in April at the New York Auto Show. However, it was recently spotted making its rounds at the streets of Stuttgart in Germany. The Mercedes S63 AMG, which was captured by Autogespot on camera, possesses the same white metallic paint seen in the advertisements and brochures being circulated online by the German brand. However, looking at the actual photos of the car on the road makes one realize that it is actually more attractive in real life, especially when it’s fine lines and overall dynamic design come into view. What We Know About The Mercedes S63 AMG So Far… Continue Reading »

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2015 Mercedes GLA Officially Revealed

It’s official! The 2015 Mercedez GLA is making its way to the International Motor Show which will be held at Frankfurt, Germany in September and it is scheduled to hit the market by fall next year. Based on reports from Autoblog and Forbes, the new Mercedes GLA will be sporting a new compact crossover look. The new car will be the fifth SUV/crossover that the brand will roll out in the US. The Features of the New Mercedes GLA In the press release of the company that was published via Autoblog, the 2015 Mercedes GLA measures 173.9 inches in length, 71 inches in width and 58.8 inches in height. The… Continue Reading »

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Daimler to Sell Four German Mercedes-Benz Outlets in Cost-Cutting Move

According to reports, Daimler AG is set to sell a quartet of its Mercedes-Benz outlets in Germany in order to cut costs. This is said to be part of the company’s new strategy for cost-cutting. Two dealerships apiece in north and west Germany are slated to be sold off to some of the company’s existing franchise-holders. With the deals in place, a considerable portion of Daimler’s retail workforce will come off the books. It should be noted that Mercedes-Benz provides many benefits for its employees, and not having to pay all those would entail considerable savings overall for Daimler. Some sources have gone as far as to say that the… Continue Reading »

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Spied in Germany: the next M-Class SUV

Daimler’s breadwinner, Mercedes-Benz, has been able to present a lot of new models recently, starting with the renewed C-Class, the C-Class Coupe and its accompanying AMG variant, and last but not the least, the SLK hardtop roadster. Now, news has spread that the German manufacturer is planning to roll out another round of new models beginning with the next-generation M-Class SUV. Want proof? Well, here are some spy photos courtesy of a reader of Carscoop. Gal Leibovici was able to snap these pictures while he was in Germany during a trip. He was able to capture on camera what could possibly be the prototype M-Class on two very different days…. Continue Reading »

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F-CELL World Drive enters final leg back to Europe

Two days from now, Mercedes-Benz’s F-CELL World Drive campaign will leave China’s Auto Shanghai showroom floors and head for the final and lengthiest round of its world tour. It’ll travel all the way from Shanghai through Kazakhstan and Russia until it makes its way back into Europe, it’s original starting point. Almost 14,000 kilometers will have been covered by the B-Class F-CELL with power coming from its three fuel cells. 5,300 kilometers of that distance has been covered in Australia alone. It is expected to finish its tour of the world in Europe, through countries such as Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Germany. What really makes the tour’s final… Continue Reading »

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New political party in Germany may put cap on Autobahn

There is a new force to be reckoned with in Germany, especially to Mercedes-Benz owners wanting to keep their engine revving happily. The Green Party has risen to power in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and word is that they’re planning to put a cap on the maximum speed limit on portions on the Autobahn which are currently limitless. How tight of a cap? Let’s just say aroud 120 kph, or roughly 74.5 mph. Yes, this may sound like a joke, especially to owners of cars whose engines have a number of cylinders equal to or greater than six. Such a limit means not being able to shift into top… Continue Reading »

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