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2014 Mercedes E-Class Family Revealed in Detroit

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They don’t call it the Motor City for nothin’! The whole industry is on display this week as automakers from across the country and around the world descend on Detroit. Looking to steal some of the limelight, Mercedes-Benz just revealed its latest E-Class lineup. Continue Reading...

Leaked: Official 2010 E-Class Estate/Wagon Images

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A full gallery of photos of the 2010 E-Class Wagon (known as the Estate in Europe) have emerged online a month ahead of the car’s official launch at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September. Details on the car are still scarce but we expect Mercedes to bring the 3.5-liter V6 powered E350 Estate over in… Continue Reading...

2010 Mercedes E-Class “Attention Assist” Commercial

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Mercedes appears to be trying its hand at humor in the advertising world in a campaign to promote the all-new 2010 E-Class. The ad takes a while to get to the point and when it does get there they ask you to think slightly more than is normally expected in a commercial. The message is… Continue Reading...

New 2010 Mercedes E-Class $4,600 Less Than ’09 Model

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Mercedes will price the all-new 2010 E-Class significantly less than the outgoing model. In fact, the 2010 E350 will retail for just under $50,000 – $49,475 to be exact. That price is $4,600 less than the ’09 E-Class. “We are continuing the strategy we started with the new C class two years ago by pricing… Continue Reading...

Mercedes S63 and S65 AMG Models Get Updates for 2010

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Mercedes has just announced a long list of updates for the 2010 versions of the S63 and S65 AMG vehicles, ensuring they are top in their respective classes. As power has never been wanting in either of these models, Mercedes opted to leave the powerplants well-enough alone. As such, the S63 continues to use the… Continue Reading...

2010 E-Class Preview

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Ahead of the vehicle’s official launch at the 2009 Geneva Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz invited a select group of press to view the new 2010 E-Class. Presented to the media were three different E-Class models – none of which will be available in the U.S. For the record, however, they were the E250 CDI, the E350… Continue Reading...