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The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe Is Now Available To Order In The US

The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe is finally available for order for US customers. This dazzling new addition to the three-pointed star lineup promises a perfect fusion of style, performance, and efficiency. Scheduled to hit US showrooms in the late fall of 2023, the crossover is setting the bar high for auto enthusiasts with its electrified mild hybrid powertrain. Striking Proportions and Electrifying Performance The 2024 Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 4MATIC Coupe redefines the art of automotive design. Its striking proportions and sporty silhouette are tailored to captivate the crossover-loving market of North America. With a starting price of $57,000, this stylish coupe offers a blend of power and efficiency…. Continue Reading »


Limited Series Mercedes-Benz EQS City Edition Announced By MBUSA

Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) is releasing an exclusive series EQS 580 4MATIC Sedan City Edition, which is only limited to 150 units and available in the greater Los Angeles region starting April 2023. According to a press release from MBUSA, the first-of-its-kind EQS City Edition will provide a unique package, including new charging features, micro-mobility, and connectivity to the local community, making the electric vehicle (EV) a convenient and luxurious experience for customers. Unlocked Charging Features MBUSA has joined forces with ChargePoint to present EQS City Edition customers with a promo code for a free ChargePoint Home Flex charger, alongside a credit of up to $1,000 from Qmerit for a convenient… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Remains as the Best-Selling Luxury Car Brand in the U.S.

For the third consecutive year, Mercedes-Benz emerged as the best-selling luxury car brand in the U.S. The competition this time was too close between Mercedes and BMW with the former beating the latter by only over 4,000 units. Based on the sales figures of the automakers, Mercedes capped 2018 with 315,959 units sold in the U.S. Meanwhile, BMW was not far behind at 311,014 units. Lexus took the third place with 298,310 units sold while Audi lagged from its German rivals at the fourth position in the market with 223,323 units. Mercedes-Benz USA credits their top-selling models, the GLC, C-Class, and E-Class, for their success in 2018. On the other… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Releases Statement on Windshield Glass Replacements

In a press release, Mercedes-Benz USA said that it “strongly recommends” using only Mercedes-Benz parts for windshield glass replacements. In the same statement, Mercedes-Benz noted that the windshield glass manufactured for its vehicles has very particular specifications. Other glass manufacturers may not have the same access to the technology that can ensure one hundred percent compatibility with Mercedes-Benz vehicle systems. What does this mean? The glass used in the latest models of Mercedes-Benz vehicles is more than just ordinary laminated glass. Mercedes-Benz windshield glass contains solar glass technology. The glass is coated with a thin transparent liquid that provides the passengers with protection against harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun… Continue Reading »


Mercedes Hopes to Recreate the CLA Magic with the A-Class Sedan

The new Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan is set to go on sale in the US at the late part of 2018. The car is positioned to replace the CLA as the entry-level luxury car of Mercedes in the country. The fresher product is expected to recreate the magic of the CLA when it was introduced in the American soil. A-Class Enters the US For two decades, the A-Class has been kept out of the US market. Despite that, it sold more than six million units worldwide. The arrival of the range’s all-new sedan version is projected to boost the said figures. Like the CLA, the A-Class Sedan caters to younger buyers… Continue Reading »


The Mercedes-AMG G65 Final Edition Will Cost $252,690

The current generation of the iconic Mercedes-Benz G-Class is nearing its final run in the production line of its maker. Recently, spy shots of its next-generation prototypes have surfaced online that further signal the current G-Class’ exit. As the last hurrah of the existing G-Class generation, a Mercedes-AMG G65 Final Edition model will be rolled out. According to The Drive, citing Mercedes-Benz USA as a source, the AMG G65 Final Edition’s pricing in the US will start at $252,690. It should be noted though that as of this writing, MBUSA hasn’t released an official statement about this subject yet. As reported earlier, the AMG G65 Final Edition model will only… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Ditches Diesel in the US for 2017

Mercedes-Benz is ditching its plans for diesel models in the United States of America this year. The move is due to the tight regulations set forth by the country’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) following the scandal in the diesel segment of the automotive industry back in 2015. According to Reuters, Daimler AG announced that Mercedes will not be seeking EPA certification for its diesel models at least for the current year. The decision of the automaker contradicts its earlier assurance that it will continue to sell diesel models in the U.S. alongside its rival BMW in the aftermath of the emissions scandal put into motion by Volkswagen. The report said that despite… Continue Reading »


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