Can any of you fine folks offer some idea as to why this person committed such a crime against a somewhat-nice GLK?
Because it’s that most wonderful time of the year, and because every member of MBWorld is on our list, we’re gifting you our collection of the best spy shots from the past 12 months, all wrapped up for the holidays.
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.
Those shiny letters on Mercedes-Benz trunk and hatch lids are about to look a lot different. Also, an update on the new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say you’re looking at spy shots of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC63 AMG. I explain my reasoning after the jump.
There are so many CUVs that it’s hard to keep up with every single one being offered. To make matters worse, Mercedes will be offering not one, but three separate CUVs.
The biggest news about this second-gen C-Class-based SUV? It has been confirmed by MB brass that an AMG version is in the works! OMG! Let’s jump up and down like schoolgirls.
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.”
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is selling like moonshine at a speakeasy. At the Sindelfingen, Germany plant where the S-Class is built, employees have agreed to extend their shifts by 74 minutes per day beginning in 2014. Employees were already logging an extra 30 minutes of shift time in 2013. In addition to the popular S-Class, strong demand […]
As these shots confirm, the new Mercedes GLK will be slightly larger than the model it replaces in order to make room for the smaller 2014 Mercedes-Benz GLA. The prototype clearly has a longer wheelbase than the current GLK, and its track is wider, too. Additionally, the hood has been stretched and the front axle […]