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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 »

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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 »

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How Much Will the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan Cost?

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan carries all the design elements that make its hatchback counterpart successful in the European market—all except the rear trunk. The car also remains true to the promises its concept form introduced, and it is equipped with an advanced interior tech, thanks to the integration of the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) interface. To top it all off, it is hyped as having the lowest drag in all production vehicles worldwide. With all the goodies the A-Class Sedan carries, many are wondering how much it will cost when it rolls out in the US market in the latter part of 2018. For now, Mercedes is mum on the pricing of… Continue Reading »

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All-New Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan Unveiled in the US

The US just welcomed the all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan when it was officially unveiled in Brooklyn, New York City. Finally, Americans will get to enjoy the A-Class, but only in its sedan guise for now. According to Mercedes-Benz USA, the new A-Class Sedan will go on sale in the latter part of 2018. So what makes it very special? Here’s a rundown of the features of the new A-Class Sedan from Mercedes-Benz: Exterior The A-Class Sedan follows the key design elements of its hatchback counterpart as well as the styling shown in its concept form. Of course, its a completely different story in the rear of each vehicle because the… Continue Reading »

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Is the Next-Gen Mercedes-AMG A45 Hot Hatch Finally Coming to the U.S. Market?

The production of the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class already started in Germany. Now, we are just waiting for its Mercedes-AMG A45 version to arrive. Recently, the latter was spied in the open with only a partial camouflage. According to TFL, which is the source of the AMG A45 spy shots, the photos were snapped while the hot hatch was undergoing testing at the summit of Mount Evans in Colorado. That begs the question, “What is the AMG A45 doing in the U.S., and is it possible that the car will already be sold in the U.S. market?” All we know so far is that the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan is bound for the… Continue Reading »

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2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cars Recalled Due to Safety Issues

A number of 2018 model year Mercedes-Benz S-Class cars are being recalled in the U.S. for safety issues. The electrical power bars located within the pre-fuse box of the trunk were determined as a potential risk in the cars. According to ConsumerAffairs, the electrical power bars of the S-Class may not have been secured properly. The flawed setup has the tendency to result to a higher electrical resistance in the cars. This could cause a fire in the auto. Moreover, the intermittent contact of the said electrical power bars could disable the key functions of the vehicles. The problematic components could compromise the engine operation, disable set belt functions and… Continue Reading »

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Donald Trump Wants to Keep Mercedes-Benz Out of the U.S.

President Donald Trump wants to keep Mercedes-Benz and other German luxury car brands out of the U.S. A post he made in Twitter suggested that he is making the move to save local automakers. The report came from Fortune, citing German publication WirtschaftsWoche as a source. The story allegedly originated from unnamed diplomatic personalities. They claimed Trump told French President Emmanuel Macron that he will keep his trade policy going “until no Mercedes models rolled on Fifth Avenue in New York.” The move would likely affect other luxury vehicles as well, like Porsche and Audi. Last week, Trump already started pushing for heavy tariffs on car imports. The duties can… Continue Reading »

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