This week’s installment of photos comes to us from The Big Apple, and it’s turning the E63-S into an apple of my eye. Member skokkosis dragged himself out of bed and to the top of this parking garage at 6AM for the shoot, and quite frankly, I think we should all be grateful for his […]
Another drag race, and another chance to see a W211 E55 AMG beat a big-bad American straight-line performer at its own game.
Early next year, Mercedes-Benz will lift more than just the face of its third-generation M-Class SUV. It will also lift off the “ML” badge and replace it with one that reads “GLE.”
All of us have been put in a hypothetical win-win situation. For instance: “Dude, would you rather sleep with Eva Mendes or Charlize Theron?” Forum member 2007CL63AMG’s son is in a win-win-win scenario. A very real one.
Cars are a lot like people. They can be the source of much joy, and an equal amount of frustration. You can also learn new things about them, no matter how long you’ve been around them. If you’d like to discover more about your W211, pay attention.
It’s time to celebrate the rarity that is a Benz-badged five-door harbinger of burnt rubber. Just a few days back, member “Z_de_Suisse” managed to squeeze a lovely, bone-stock, E63 AMG station wagon into his estate. How’s that for a wagon pun?
A standard E300 BlueTec Hybrid Mercedes, fitted with the optional 21-gallon fuel tank traversed from Tangier in Morocco to the U.K. at Goodwood on a single tank of fuel.
Fast sedans wearing the letters AMG are nothing new, but this 10-Second E63 is just redonkulous. Yes, that’s a technical term.
Poor, unfortunate “pugads650″. He took his E55 to a garage for “a new supercharger bearing belt and miss fire [sic] issue.” It was misfiring, all right – starting in the passenger-side footwell.
This happens every time I watch a Mercedes-Benz race a Mustang. The Mercedes says goodbye to the starting line like a player leaving the scene of a one-night stand. The Mustang leaves the starting line screaming and protesting like someone being arrested on an episode of “Cops”.