A class action lawsuit was just filed in Northern Georgia against Mercedes-Benz alleging that the 2003-2009 E-Class sedan suffers from a substantial issue with the fuel tank.
While the BMW M3 was shopping for a new polo shirt at J. Crew and the Audi RS4 was home studying for its SATs, the Mercedes C63 AMG was the car that was hanging out under the bleachers smoking cigarettes and trying to hook up with all the cheerleaders.
Mercedes has put a number of heavily disguised cars through high altitude testing this week outside Denver.
Lately, I've been seeing this commercial for the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class an awful lot, and it's kind of been haunting me. And not just because the disembodied voice of Don Draper is telling me, calmly but firmly, how awesome the new car is. There's something profoundly disturbing about this ad, and I want to get to…
Mercedes officially confirmed the existence of the CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake. Anyone in the world could tell you it was going to happen, but Mercedes decided that only ze Germans should know about it.
After 60 years spent sitting a 1928 Mercedes-Benz 26/120/180 'S' Type Sports Tourer that has been in the same family since new will head to auction in September.
How do you make a smoky burnout display even better? In this case it appears the answer is even more smoke provided by the OM603 straight six diesel underneath the hood of this ratty Mercedes 190D burnout machine.
G63 AMG just a little too...agricultural for you? If so, then maybe this super-SUV is the truck for you. Mercedes has dropped its ubiquitous 5.5-liter, twin-turbo, 550 HP V8 into the mommy-mobile and called it the GL63 AMG.
The Mercedes-Benz Geländewagen, or G-Wagen, has been sold to civilian buyers since 1979. The AMG version debuted 20 years later, pairing the rugged overland vehicle with a 5.4-liter supercharged V8. A decade later, its successor, the 6.2-liter G63, was rumored to be on the chopping block. Nope.
I'm pretty sure Julie Andrews would have to change her underwear after seeing these pictures. I know for a fact that my pants are alive with the sound of this alpine 1960 Mercedes-Benz 300SL roadster. Sploosh.
Pity the poor car — like the Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG — that must do it all: Deliver elders of the upper class to exclusive clubs and posh eateries, and youngers to d-bag clubs and rich-guy rallies. All the while, it must perform like Walter Röhl might show up for a lap around Spa.
Thanks to AutoBlog.rs, the first photos of the Mercedes-Benz Concept Style Coupe — the preview for the upcoming four-door CLC Class coupe — have hit the web ahead of its expected unveiling in Los Angeles at this month's Transmission LA culture festival.
Ever upgrade your computer with new system software? Has it always worked perfectly, every time? Didn't think so. Would you like that same experience brought to your car — only with the added nervousness that comes from having it do it automatically without your input? You're in luck if you buy a new Mercedes-Benz!
Five thousand Euros is a pretty great price for a 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing, even if it's a non-runner. Especially this one. Because none of the electricals work, and the tires can't hold air. But that's okay, because it's an incredible hand-carved actual-sized teak replica built by a German craftsman in…
As an ominous warning to counterfeit 300SL builders the world over, Mercedes-Benz released pictures and a press release this past week showing the company dismantling and destroying a 300SL replica that was seized by customs officials.
A Jalopnik reader spotted Berlin's favorite taxi roaming the streets of Aurora, CO, where Mercedes-Benz regularly drives its test vehicles. It's the upcoming B-Class, Mercedes' mini-minivan that could be coming to the US for the first time next year.
A few steps below the lobby at the Amangani Lodge in Jackson Hole, one of the finest hotels in the world, several car writers sat around a massive wooden table, eating Caesar salads and Kobe beef burgers, the snow-capped Tetons framed behind us as though Mercedes-Benz had installed them for our pleasure alone.…
Mercedes didn't exactly have road use in mind when they designed the CLK GTR for the recently introduced FIA GT Championship, but in order to meet homologation standards for the series 25 cars were built for the street.
Oh, fashion. You have the prettiest girls and tons of money, but you never fail to be, well, a bit shallow. What's this video of a 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL parked behind a blonde chick have to do with anything? Nothing. But Lara Stone is smoking hot.