Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz is a global auto manufacturer and a division of the German company Daimler AG and is known for luxury vehicles, buses, coaches, and trucks.

Postcard from the London Classic Car Show 2016

Last weekend, the ExCeL in London played host to the second running of the London Classic Car Show. Last year's inaugural event had been a huge success, but could organisers repeat the performance this year?

New Mercedes-Benz E-Class launched

The order books have opened for the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class saloon, following this month’s unveiling of the car at the Detroit Motor Show.

The sexiest cars of the ’60s

In a golden age of music legends, supermodels and miniskirts, car designs of the 1960s became pieces of art - and they're now worth a lot of money.

Le Mans – the greatest race in the world…

There are a number of events that could claim to be be the "world's greatest motor race", but for me, there is no contest: it's the 24 Heures du Mans (24 Hours of Le Mans).

The best-selling cars of 2015 so far

How do internet searches compare to actual car sales? Automotive broker and leasing company OSV looks at the ten best-selling cars so far in 2015, and compares them with the internet search results. Some answers are as expected, but some may surprise you (sponsored post).

What’s the best car for your summer road trip?

The perfect road trip - maybe it's gliding along an open highway in America, or zipping down a mountain roads with the wind in your hair.

Postcard from Monza

In the middle of Monza's Royal Park, north of Milan in Italy, the Autodromo Nazionale Monza Grand Prix circuit is open to the public most days. Although you can't wander out onto the F1 track itself, you can explore most of the circuit environs to your heart's delight. And when you do, you will find this...

Five of the top Mercedes-Benz models ever

Mercedes-Benz has produced some of the most iconic vehicles of the last century. Hayley Reeve has compiled a list of five of her favourites.

Thermal imaging and night vision in cars

Thermal imaging is becoming more popular as a night vision system in new cars. So how does it work and how can it make driving safer?

Who makes the most reliable engines?

Figures released by a consumer warranty company show that some famous-name car brands make some of the least reliable engines on the market.

Picking a panda: How the police choose their cars

British police forces use a variety of cars, and buying police cars is big business. UK forces spend £83 million on 5,600 cars annually.

Ten cool cars for under £10,000

If you had £10K to spend, what are the ten coolest cars you could buy? Well, we had a hunt through the classifieds and here is what we found. (sponsored post)

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