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Mercedes-Benz SL 400 Comes Out with Price Lower Than the SL 550

Mercedes-Benz just quietly released a new addition to its SL roadster variant in its official website, which is called the 2015 Mercedes-Benz SL 400. The revitalized line features new engine specs as well as a more accessible price for buyers. The new version ditched its predecessor’s V8 engine and replaced it with an all-new 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine with a displacement of 2996 cc. The engine’s listed output is 329 hp with 354 lb-ft of torque. The power of the car is distributed through its seven-speed automatic gearbox. In addition, the vehicle provides a fuel-efficiency rate of 20 miles per gallon on a city drive, and 27 mpg on the highway. Compared to the Mercedes-Benz SL 550, the SL 400… Continue Reading »

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2016 Mercedes AMG GT will have V8, not V6 Engine

Rumors have been circulating about the 2016 Mercedes AMG GT for quite some time. Among the speculations being passed around online is that it will be carrying a V6 engine. However, a report from GT Spirit recently killed the rumors about the possible integration of the V6 to the car. According to the source, Tobias Moers, the CEO of AMG, revealed during an interview that they would be using V8 engines instead. He cleared out that there won’t be any V6 version for the 2016 Mercedes AMG GT. The AMG chief explained that there is still more room to make the V8 more efficient, so they are sticking with it…. Continue Reading »

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China’s Mercedes-Benz GLK in 3.0L V6 Engine

In a report about the joint venture with Beijing Benz Automotive Co, Ltd., it was revealed that the GLK SUV will be locally produced in China. Currently, words are spreading that the vehicle will be equipped with a 3.0L V6 engine for the top end model. This is in line with Mercedes-Benz’ goal of pushing the brand from this year until 2012 to be at par with the fast-paced Audi. Introducing a new range of China-made vehicles, the company aims to cater to a wider market by lowering their prices. This will be made possible by making cars in the country thus avoiding high import taxes and also allow customers… Continue Reading »

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