IF you’re bored, a pedant, seated in a plane or lounging on a train and have a few minutes to spare, turn to CAR Guide… Read more →
Post-global launch, in the August issue of CAR magazine I labelled the Mercedes-Benz E400 Coupe as the “quintessential mid-range coupe for buyers whose budgets don’t… Read more →
Does Mercedes-Benz’s aesthetically challenging new roadster embody the classic SL ethos? We test the Mercedes-Benz SL500 BlueEfficiency.
Mercedes-Benz has equipped its CLS with a 2,1-litre turbodiesel engine. With “only” 150 kW it may not seem like the sort of engine best suited engine for a vehicle that has a kerb weight somewhere in the region of 1 735 kgs, but at the local launch, Kelly Lodewyks found that the output figures are not what makes this car.
There’s one thing that bothers me with the B-Class, and that’s Mercedes-Benz punting it as a pukka rival to conventional hatcbacks a la Golf and A3. After the recent launch in Durban I have very few reservations about the all-new W246 B-Class, which makes a lot of sense, considering that Mercedes-Benz is primarily targeting a younger audience. I’m young, and I like it, but the new B-Class deserves credit for being what it really is – different.