Mercedes-Benz has introduced many technological and safety innovations that have become common things in other vehicles several years later. There are many varieties of models such as B-Class (Sports Tourer), C-Class (Saloon), CL-Class (Coupe), CLS-Class (Coupe), E-Class (Saloon, Coupe), GL-Class (Off-Roader), M-Class (Off-Roader), R-Class (SUV Tourer), S-Class (Saloon), SL-Class (Roadster), and SLK-Class (Roadster).
Since its inception, Mercedes-Benz had maintained a reputation for its quality and durability. When we make a decision to purchase a car, Mercedes-Benz is always a decision in favor of quality. It is because the most cutting-edge high-strength materials, complex body structures from steel and aluminum and the networked car electronics of the active and passive quality systems require not only knowledge of the correct procedures for repair but also the proper workshop equipment.
In 2005, Mercedes-Benz introduced a new design idiom with a focus on clarity of expression: the designers were guided by the principles of purism, which were interpreted in keeping up with time. This means concentrating on what is important, such as surfaces and lines, and dispensing with all superfluous embellishments or visual detours. Exterior
From the outside, the new generation of Mercedes-Benz have newly-designed radiator grille with chrome trim, the re-worked front apron with sump shield and the headlamps of new design, the distinctive, sweeping exterior mirrors and the darkened tail lamps in the redesigned rear bumper as well as the dual-flow exhaust system make the vehicle’s sporty nature clear at a glance. Interior
It is not only the interior design which deserves the valuation "luxurious". The materials, too, with their enhanced quality feel and superb workmanship. The steering wheel is equipped as standard with gearshift paddles; by the way it is trimmed in fine leather. Features
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