Latest Mercedes-Benz News

MBUSA Reports Remarkable Q3 2023 Sales Surge

Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) has recently released impressive figures regarding its 2023 third-quarter sales performance. The latest data from the luxury automaker showcases an extraordinary surge in various vehicle segments, with a particular emphasis on electric vehicles (EVs). MBUSA boss Dimitris Psillakis expressed his enthusiasm for the sustained demand and the company’s commitment to an electric future. The Electric Revolution: A 284% Surge in EV Sales In a monumental leap towards sustainable mobility, Mercedes-Benz USA reported a remarkable 284% increase in Electric Vehicle (EQ) sales during Q3 2023 compared to the same period in 2022. With a total of 10,423 EQ units sold, the EV lineup now constitutes 14% of their… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Launches Revolutionary DRIVE PILOT in the US

Mercedes-Benz, the trailblazing automaker driven by its mantra “The Best or Nothing,” is making waves once again as it unveils the DRIVE PILOT, a groundbreaking SAE Level 3 automated driving system for the US market. In a significant milestone, the company has received approval from California and Nevada, marking the first step toward revolutionizing the future of driving. The production-ready version of DRIVE PILOT is set to debut in late 2023 for the S-Class and the EQS, promising to redefine the driving experience as we know it. A Milestone in Automated Driving According to the latest press release of Mercedes-Benz USA, it has achieved a major breakthrough by becoming the… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz USA Issues Recalls Due to Battery Warning System Issue

Mercedes-Benz USA is recalling some of its electric vehicles (EVs) produced between 2022 to 2023. The models included are the S-Class hybrid, EQS, and EQE. The automaker said that the issue stems from the battery warning system of the said models. The problem, discovered during battery and software testing in May 2022, may cause the affected models to be non-compliant with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 305. Affected Models and Number of Vehicles According to a report, the recall covers a total of 3,823 Mercedes cars and SUVs assembled between February 14, 2021, and September 8, 2022. These include the following: 133 units of 2022 AMG EQS 53 2,772 units of 2022 EQS… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Approved to Use Level 3 Autonomous Cars Anywhere in the US

Mercedes-Benz just technically won the race to bring Level 3 autonomous cars anywhere in the US. Recently, the automaker got its approval to roll out its Drive Pilot system in Nevada and is looking to get permission from California soon. While it should be noted that Waymo and Cruise have already integrated Level 4 autonomy in their ride-hailing services in the US, it comes with specific conditions that include operating only within a limited range for its service area. Mercedes, on the other hand, is allowed to use its system anywhere in the US, except in California for now where it is pending approval. Drive Pilot comes with Level 3… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Lays Down the All-New EQS, EQE, and AMG C-Class Models Arriving in US Dealerships

Mercedes-Benz just revealed its product line updates for the 2023 model year vehicles that will arrive in US dealerships. These include the EQS, EQE, and the new entry of C-Class in the AMG segment. According to the latest press release of the company on its official website, here are the highlights of the models: Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan The electric counterpart of the flagship S-Class will be available in late 2022. The EQS 450 4MATIC will be the introduction of US customers to this range, and a sign of many things to come in the series. A soon-to-be-announced AMG version is on its way, too. Among its key highlights include the… Continue Reading »


Mercedes-Benz Pulling the Plug Off the Metris Van

A company spokesperson confirmed that Mercedes-Benz is already pulling the plug off the Metris van after the release of its 2023 model year units. The move could mean the end of production for the gas-fed Sprinter, too. According to Car and Driver, this information was officially confirmed to them through email. The report cited the falling sales of the Metris in the U.S. as the reason for the axing. It added that most buyers are opting for the more spacious Sprinter over the Metris. Meanwhile, others who are into smaller vans prefer the more affordable ones offered by competitors such as the Ford Transit Connect. The source noted that Mercedes… Continue Reading »


Daimler Cuts the Mercedes-Benz C-Class from Production Line in the US

Mercedes-Benz continues to streamline its products and services as it tries to cope up with lower sales brought about by the Coronavirus. After canceling its car subscription service, the three-pointed star marque is also axing the production of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class in the U.S. According to Reuters, the luxury carmaker is pulling out the C-Class sedan from its Tuscaloosa, Alabama plant. Instead, the company is looking to focus on the assembly of its sport utility vehicles in the U.S. where the product demand is high. The Mercedes-Benz A-Class sedan is taking a bow in the region too. Its maker is halting its production from its Aguascalientes, Mexico plant to prioritize… Continue Reading »


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