Watch This Mercedes Roll Some Coal at the Drag Strip
As long as your Mercedes-Benz has an AMG badge on it, it’s not a sleeper. Neither is the 1984 300D you see here.
Today, we’re passing along word of when you can expect to see 2016 Mercedes-Benz models in your local dealership and how much you’ll have to pay to get one of them.
Humorist and automotive writer Doug DeMuro has the money to buy fancy cars, such as a Ferrari and a Range Rover, but he won’t spend the cash to buy a new Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Why would he when a 1987 240GD cabriolet is so close to being the same vehicle?
If you don’t know TDI-Tuning, then you definitely should, because for the money, it’s the cheapest way to get more horsepower out of your favorite AMGs.
If you happen to celebrate Christmas, I hope this year’s turns out to be your best one yet. May it be relaxing and full of love, laughter, and delicious food. Kick your feet back and enjoy it. Just know that Mercedes-Benz is probably going to start a recall around the day after, Dec. 26. Should you happen to own a 2014 or 2015 E250 BlueTec, E250 BlueTec 4Matic, GLK250 4Matic BlueTec, or 2015 ML250 4Matic BlueTec, you stand a good chance of being affected by it. Find out more after the jump.