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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 […]


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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 […]


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Mercedes-Benz has been caught testing camouflaged prototypes of its second-generation 2016 GLK-Class. The next GLK will be based on the all-new C-Class for 2015, which will share more components with the E-Class platform, meaning more engine variety under the bonnet. Here’s a specific benefit of this cross-platform sharing: Car and Driver says Mercedes is mulling a […]

08 Oct 2012

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Mercedes littlest SUV is on the way, if these spy shots are to be believed. Captured here is the upcoming GLA. It’s build on a the same platform that both the A-Class, and the B-Class are. So there’s a good chance it’ll be offered with the same engine configurations as it’s more compact platform mates. […]


The only time I say, “Good news from Germany” is when it’s about a car (Although I hear their cuisine is up to “Hot Pocket level.”) Mercedes is going to offer its 2013 GLK with a diesel engine, in the US. Now that’s weird, because as far as I’ve seen from American, Swedish and Japanese […]


Photo courtesy of MotorAuthority Even though the GLK has only been around since 2010, it’s never to early for a facelift, is it? Apparently not, as the new compact SUV has been seen by the spies all around town. So what exactly is in store for the updated GLK?


In a report about the joint venture with Beijing Benz Automotive Co, Ltd., it was revealed that the GLK SUV will be locally produced in China. Currently, words are spreading that the vehicle will be equipped with a 3.0L V6 engine for the top end model. This is in line with Mercedes-Benz’ goal of pushing


Content provided by New Car Test Drive Compact SUV Seats Five, Drives Like a Car The Mercedes-Benz GLK is a compact crossover SUV, with looks reminiscent of the larger Mercedes-Benz GL-Class. The GLK was launched as a 2010 model, so the 2011 GLK carries over largely unchanged, though several important features are newly available.


Not unexpectedly, a facelifted Mercedes-Benz GLK has been caught in the wild by spy photogs, with only minimal coverings to its refreshed front and rear ends. As usual, only minor updates will bedeck the facelifted GLK, such as LED running lights and headlights with more angular planes in their execution. With its fairly new design,


Premier Mercedes-Benz tuner has once again put its radical GLK350 Pikes Peak Rally Car on the road. Initially redisplayed at the Pittsburgh International Auto show two weeks ago, the radical GLK will next stop at Milwaukee, then on to Cincinnati, Cleveland, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Denver. Final stop will be at the Mercedes-Benz Classic Vehicle