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2017 Model Of Mercedes-AMG GT Coming To The US

The US market was initially limited to the Mercedes-AMG GT S in 2016. This particular model offers more power and better performance than the GT. But, in 2017 the entry-level GT will become available to US buyers, as shown on a report from However, US buyers may be wondering what they can get with a model that is cheaper by $20,000. Well, the first thing that people can expect from the 2017 AMG GT is the MB-Tex or vinyl wrapping on the standard seats of the GT. The material looks and feels like actual leather, but it is easier to clean and less prone to cracking and sun damage…. Continue Reading »


U.S. Gets Two Versions of the Mercedes C-Class

The start of the North American International Auto Show 2014 held at the Cobo Hall in Detroit saw the emergence of the new version of the most successful class of the Mercedes-Benz brand in the form of the 2015 C-Class. The U.S., being the largest market of the brand right now, will get two of its variants. According to a CNET report, the Mercedes C-Class cars that will be made available in the US market are the C300 4Matic and the C400 4Matic. The C300 4Matic comes with a 2-liter turbocharged direct-injection engine. This is capable of producing up to 241 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. Then, the C400… Continue Reading »


U.S. Customers who Prefer Manual Transmission Over Automatic Transmission Increases

We have reported earlier that Mercedes-Benz is shifting its primary market in the U.S. to take advantage of the opportunities it offers. This is also to offset their losses from the European market which is suffering from the effects of the financial crisis. Based on the data published by USA Today in the middle of 2012, manual transmission cars are coming back as a trend. More Americans prefer cars of this type over again. The publication quoted the calculation of about the sudden increase of demand of Americans for for manual cars. Here are the the figures with the corresponding years: 2012 – 6.5% (Based on first quarter data… Continue Reading »


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