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Mercedes-Benz V250 BlueTEC 4Matic Debuts in Paris Next Month

A new model in the V-Class lineup will hit markets soon. According to Inautonews, the Mercedes-Benz V250 BlueTEC 4Matic model will debut in the 2014 Paris Motor Show next month. Based from the source, the newest addition to the V-Class range gets its power from a 2.1-liter four-cylinder engine. The total output of the van will be somewhere around 190 hp and its peak torque will be at 324 lb-ft. The power is distributed through a 7G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission. The fuel consumption of the vehicle is claimed to be 6.7 liters per 100 kilometers. That would be approximately 42.1 mpg in UK and 35.1 mpg in US. On the… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes Cars to Watch Out for in September and October

The first half of 2014 marked the entry of a lot of new variants for the different classes of Mercedes-Benz vehicles. A special mention goes to the launching of the S-Class coupe, which has garnered high reviews from enthusiasts and critics. This September and October, more vehicles will be added to the legendary three-pointed star marque. Coming This September Nearing its launch is the much-anticipated Mercedes AMG GT. At the start of 2014, spy photos of the new sports car have been leaked to the Internet, and a lot of images and videos of it have followed, including the official ones released by the Mercedes-AMG¬†performance division. The pure sports car… Continue Reading »

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Chinese and German markets showing strong growth in October

Mercedes-Benz China is leading Daimler AG’s premium car brand in terms of sales growth, followed closely by their market share in Germany. Figures for October are up by 13.6 percent as compared to last year of the same month. The company said they delivered as many as 100,500 units for the month of October alone. The breakdown of this figure includes 13,500 units sold in China, doubling their October 2009 output, while dealerships in Germany were able to grow their sales output by 14 percent to 27,000 vehicles. Mercedes-Benz USA, on the other hand, was also able to grow, albeit by a single percent from October last year, to 18,400… Continue Reading »

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MBUSA growth track remains steady

Daimler AG is on a major roll in the US, now reporting a 3.1 percent growth for the month of October, selling 19,443 Mercedes-Benz and Smart vehicles. The breakdown includes 19,076 vehicles sold by MBUSA, while the rest being contributed by Smart. This total includes passenger cars, light trucks and Sprinter vans, and represents a 4.9% growth for October for MBUSA. Meanwhile, year-to-date growth stands at around 20.1%. Evidently from the figures, Mercedes-Benz’s passengers and light trucks sales are still very much on track. October’s strongest seller was the 9th generation of the E-Class, numbering around 5,568 units and earning a year-to-date total of 50,298 units for a 53.3% growth…. Continue Reading »

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