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Four Controls of Safety in Mercedes-Benz Vehicles

It is no secret that Mercedes Benz, for over half of a century, has been steady in leading the auto industry with advanced and effective safety equipment and features. These award-recognized vehicles are manufactured with four aspects in consideration —safe driving, risky situations, during an accident, and subsequent to an accident. Safety features of Mercedes-Benz proliferate at each point in these four orders. One of the most important and primary factors that auto buyers consider while buying a vehicle is its safety. This is the reason the Mercedes-Benz range of vehicles considers driver and traveler safety important. The safety evaluations of the automobile company, which consists of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz B-Class Gets a Midlife Makeover

The month of September certainly centered on the introduction of the Mercedes-AMG GT. The excitement was such that other three-pointed star vehicles have been overshadowed for now. One of them is the Mercedes-Benz B-Class, which only went on sale today. The Mercedes-Benz B-Class will not hit showrooms until November but the German automaker already offers it for ordering starting at £22,575. The car just underwent a mid-production makeover in terms of efficiency. Wider selection of engines with varying performances also came with the development of the range. Then, the vehicle of adopted several technological upgrades. The B200 petrol variant will be the new addition to the segment, and the B-Class Electric Drive plug-in is scheduled for next… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Wins Patent Suit Challenging Attention Assist Feature

How about going into the automotive industry for some patent wars? Yep, it’s not just Apple, Samsung, and other electronic giants showing up at courtrooms to fight for features used by their products. Recently, Mercedes-Benz took the victory in a US lawsuit in which the German automaker’s Attention Assist feature—found on some E-Class, GL-Class, and S-Class models— was said to be infringing on existing patents. In a federal court hearing last week in New Jersey, US District Judge Faith Hochberg ruled in favor of Mercedes-Benz after deeming that Ibormeith IP LLC, a licensing company and holder of patent 6,313,749, was not able to clearly describe the coverage of the patent…. Continue Reading »


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