Mercedes Repair and Service
Quality. Luxury. Performance—These are things you expected when you purchased your Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes, the oldest continuously operating automotive company in the world, is one of the three top luxury automotive brands; and it continues to set high standards in automotive excellence. As a Mercedes owner, you agree with the Mercedes slogan: “The best or nothing.”
But top quality shouldn’t just stop at the vehicle you purchase. When you own a quality car, you need quality service for all of your repair and maintenance needs.
It doesn’t make sense to settle for anything less than the best for your Mercedes-Benz, and our shop offers the highest quality service and repair of Mercedes vehicles in the area. From the moment you walk through our door until you leave satisfied with the results, our team strives to give only the best service to you and your vehicle.
Many shops focus only on getting the job under the hood done as quickly as possible, but our dedicated technicians go above and beyond to exceed your customer service expectations. Whether your Mercedes-Benz needs major repairs or routine maintenance, our expert team of certified technicians stands ready to provide the quality service your vehicle deserves.
Pullman (1930 - Current)
With Mercedes-Benz being the oldest automobile manufacturer in the world there is no surprise to see some very old vehicles with many generations to keep them current. This is the case with the Pullman, debuting in 1930 this car was at the top of the food chain when it came to luxury and comfort. Over the past 90 years, Mercedes has been developing this vehicle and in 2018 the 17th generation of the Pullman was released. There was a major increase in power with the 17th generation as it harnesses a 630 HP V12.
E-Klasse (1946 - Current)
With Mercedes Benz being the oldest car company in the world (Founded in 1883), there are plenty of classic cars under the brand. In 1946 the original E-Klasse was released and today it is still being developed. As one of the longest-running chains of cars, there has been plenty of change between the first generation and the most recent. In 1946 the E-Klasse had a 38 HP 1.7 L engine that could reach a top speed of 67 MPH. Today the E-Class (W214) can pack up to 367 HP and reach a top speed of 159 MPH.
S-Klasse (1951 - Current)
Since 1951 the Mercedes Benz S-Klasse has gone through a total of 21 generations and is still being developed and produced today. The first generation became a favorite in Germany and was one of the first advanced vehicles of the time. There are four engines for this vehicle topping out at 125 HP. Today the new generation of these cars are one of the premium options when it comes to Mercedes Benz. There have been major performance upgrades since its inception in 1951, and today we see 9 engine options that represent both diesel options and hybrid gasoline engines. Creating up to 435 HP this luxury sedan can definitely pack a punch.
S-Class Cabriolet (1952 - Current)
The official first generation of the S-Class Cabriolet was launched in 1952 as the Typ 300 Roadster, which was the most expensive car in the world at the time. Then it took 58 years between the Typ 300 and its complete remake in the form of the S-Class Cabriolet in 2016. This new variation of the Typ 300 launched as a 4 seater convertible with really strong performance, topping out at 455 HP. Then in 2017 Mercedes launched the 3rd and most current generation, where there were minor power upgrades (469 HP) and where they really focused on driving assistance systems and other digital/electrical upgrades.
SL-Klasse (1954 - Current)
The original SL-Klasse (Class) launched in 1954 in the form of an absolutely legendary vehicle. The first vehicle to use gullwing doors and extreme power (215 HP) for the time, this set the stage for some of the most revolutionary vehicles in history. Even in the most recent generation, the body style is very similar to the original 1954 style, but the power has more than doubled (455 HP). Apart from modernization of the interior and mechanical changes, the overall look of the SL-Class has stayed predominantly the same over the past 67 years.
E-Klasse T-Modell (1965 - Current)
The E-Class T-Modell has changed as the years have gone and has continued to maintain current over the 11 generation changes that it has been through. Today we see a much more modern-shaped wagon, that provides plenty of space for passengers or for storage. Being one of the favorite vehicles for average consumers, this vehicle has found the perfect balance of space, luxury, and comfort.
E-Klasse Coupe (1969 - Current)
Like many Mercedes models, the E-Klasse (Class) Coupe has a long and storied history. After launching in 1969 it has gone through 11 generations with the most recent appearing in 2016. This generation is still current and is very recognizable because of their rear quarter windows. They are also easy on the eyes due to a new take on the overall design that Mercedes is beginning to use more and more. In terms of power units, the 2016 E-Class has both gasoline and diesel options with the strongest coming in the form of a gas engine that makes 333 HP.
G-Klasse (1979 - Current)
Probably the most recognizable and desired SUV under the Mercedes Benz name, the G-Klasse, G-Class, or G-Wagon is at the top of the pyramid when it comes to Mercedes SUVs. The G-Klasse originally launched in 1979 and has gone through 9 generations, and over that time the official change of the name to G-Class, but has also gained the nickname of the G-Wagon. The current G-Class came out in 2018 and can create up to 422 HP with its gasoline engine, but also provides less powerful diesel engines if that suits the driver better.
C-Klasse (1982 - Current)
Beginning in 1982, Mercedes launched the C-Klasse that would go on to be produced for another 40 years and is continuing to be produced and developed today. Over the course of its lifetime, the C-Klasse has gone through 10 different generations. The 2021 C-Class (W206) is the newest generation of the C-Klasse and provides multiple options when it comes to engines and transmission types. The power produced by these systems can range from 170 HP up to 265 HP.
E-Klasse Cabriolet (1992 - Current)
After first breaking onto the scene in 1992 the E-Klasse Cabriolet is a Mercedes Benz convertible that has been through 9 generations. It was originally received very well by consumers and has seen the continued development of the vehicle even today. The most recent generation of the E-Klasse Cabriolet harnesses up to 367 HP and a selection of 7 different engines.
C-Klasse T-Modell (1996 - Current)
The Mercedes C-Klasse T-Modell has been around since 1996 and over the course of the past 25 years has gone through 15 generations. Today the C-Class T-Modell is a sporty looking station-wagon that can be equipped with an engine that produces up to 265 HP. This engine has nearly double the power that the original C-Class T-Modell had back in 1996 and there is no reason to think that this progressive trend is going to change.
V-Class (1996 - Current)
In 1966 Mercedes Benz began producing the V-Klasse (Original name) and was focused on being a utility vehicle. These vehicles weren’t super large on the inside but did see up to 9 people. Now we see a more luxurious take on the old utility vans. The goal of the new generation of the V-Class was to make them more comfortable and luxurious. Some of these vans are even being equipped with fully reclining and massage systems within their seats.
Vito (1996 - Current)
One of the most successful vans under the Mercedes-Benz name, the Vito debuted in 1996 and has been successful since then. In 2020 the Vito Tourer launched with both electric and diesel engine options (239 HP). Perfect for traveling with either people or as a utility van, the Vito provides plenty of space for whatever a driver might need it for. The primary plus for this vehicle has to be the amount of digital technology and upgraded safety features that it has. This van is about as modern as you get when it comes to onboard technology.
A-Klasse (1997 - Current)
The A-Klasse came onto the scene in 1997 and showed a unique style when it came to compact vehicles. The original generation of the A-Klasse resembled a van, seating 5 people in a very compact vehicle. Since then there have been major body style changes between generations, and today we see a much more sleek-looking vehicle in its 8th generation. It much less resembles a van and looks more like a sporty hatchback.
SL AMG (1999 - Current)
Beginning in 1999 the SL AMG took the automobile world by storm with ridiculous power and unprecedented levels of exclusivity. The original SL AMG only had a grand total of 85 produced and each of them was mounted with a V12 that pumped out 525 HP. Over the years there have been 13 generational changes, but the levels of performance and power have steadily increased over these generations. In terms of horsepower, the most powerful generation came in 2008 with the SL 65 AMG which made up to 670 HP.
CLS AMG (2004 - Current)
In 2004 Mercedes shocked the world when they decided to re-envision their most iconic body style with the CLS AMG. The primary difference between the CLS AMG and the SL-Class is the back portion of the car, which seems to be a point of division with car enthusiasts. Since the initial launch, the back of the car has been toned down a little, and now the overall flow of the car seems more fluent. There have also been massive improvements when it comes to the amount of horsepower it can produce, increasing from 476 HP to 585 HP today.
CLS-Klasse (2004 - Current)
Probably best known for their coupes and sedans, Mercedes Benz built on this reputation by adding the CLS-Klasse to their roster beginning in 2004. Since its initial release, the CLS-Klasse has gone through 5 generations and a change to the spelling of “klasse” to class. The major change between generations is the body style, as they moved to create a more sporty look to the newer generations. There have also been overall power upgrades as the most recent generation of CLS-Class vehicles can produce up to 367 HP.
B-Klasse (2005 - Current)
Designed as an everyday commuter that could seat 5, this minivan stanced vehicle came onto the scene in 2005 to compete within the compact premium market. In 2018 the most recent generation of the now named, B-Class, we see more interior space and new engine selections. With the option of either a gasoline or diesel engine and a top power output of 190 HP, this van can provide anything that you might require.
GLK-Klasse (2008 - Current)
After launching in 2008 the GLK-Klasse we were exposed to the new body style by Mercedes. Resembling some of the C-Class models, this vehicle went through a generation change beginning in 2012 which better resembled the G-Wagon look versus the C-Class. This vehicle was built to be able to take on any off-road task and to provide the driver with confidence in what the vehicle could take. Maxing out at 265 horsepower, the overall strength and durability of this vehicle is found in part because of their engine selections but also in thanks to strong chassis and suspension systems.
C-Klasse Coupe (2011 - Current)
Learning from their mistakes with the 3 door hatchback C-Class Coupe, Mercedes launched the C204 in 2011 to try to create a standard when it came to coupes. Based on previous Mercedes models the C-Class Coupe was built to compete with BMW in the compact-coupe division. In the most recent generation, the C-Class Coupe had a much more streamlined design, as well as sitting lower than the previous generation. These two major changes created a much more sporty-looking coupe that became an instant major competitor in the coupe field.
CLS Shooting Brake (2012 - Current)
Capitalizing on the success they had in terms of performance, Mercedes launched the CLS Shooting Brake in 2012 to show that even their wagons could harness supercar performance. After going through 3 generations, they launched the most recent generation in 2014 and focused on maintaining the supercar performance as well as highlighting the spaciousness we have come accustomed to seeing in wagon-style vehicles.
CLA Klasse (2013 - Current)
The CLA Klasse has gone through similar changes to other vehicles under the Mercedes Benz reign, specifically focusing on making their cars take on a more sporty appearance. Launching in 2013 there have been 3 generations of the now named, CLA Coupe, that have shown some performance improvements, but primarily more changes in the overall appearance and feel of the car. Being a four-door coupe and reaching the level of success that these vehicles have found, makes them the blueprint on how to release and develop a luxurious, yet sporty and spacious vehicle.
GLA (2013 - Current)
The original GLA was created to compete in the compact premium car market and borrowed much of its design from other Mercedes vehicles. Today we see a more modern-looking SUV than what we saw during its first generation in 2013. The new GLA sits higher off the ground than its predecessors while also creating up to 225 horsepower.
S-Klasse Coupe (2014 - Current)
The S-Class (Klasse) Coupe originally launched in 2014 with the idea of being the main competitor to Bentley within the luxury performance world. Much like the S-Class Cabriolet, the most current generation to the S-Class Coupe focused primarily on accessibility features for the driver and passenger. Focusing on display systems, control features, and overall driver experience.
CLS Shooting Brake AMG (2014 - Current)
With the 2014 restyling of the CLS Shooting Brake, the AMG version expanded on its performance from the original CLS Shooting Brake and also made noticeable changes to its appearance. One of the most glaring changes made to the body is the headlights, where they changed the overall shape of the light strips. This car definitely got an upgrade in performance as it harnesses one of two gasoline engine selections where each of them powering the vehicle with upwards of 550 HP (557 HP or 585 HP).
S-Class Maybach (2015 - Current)
Since 2015 the Mercedes Benz S-Class Maybach has become a household name in the world of automotives. After a slow launch, 2 generations later the Maybach has gone through major changes to make them one of the most luxurious sports sedans in the field. The newer generations of the Maybach can produce upwards of 630 HP in their upper-division engines, and around 470 HP in their medium and lower divisions.
CLA Shooting Brake (2015 - Current)
The CLA Shooting Brake is a wagon that first made its appearance in 2015. Since then there has been a generation change where we saw an increase in raw power and performance and slight changes to the body style. The 2020 version of the vehicle can produce up to 225 HP and features a singular gasoline-powered engine.
GLC-Class (2015 - Current)
One of the more compact options when it comes to Mercedes SUVs, this vehicle is offered as an SUV-coupe or as a regular SUV. Being one of the newer developments by the German manufacturer, there have only been 2 generations since 2015, but each has found great success. The newest generation of the SUV offers 3 engine types and can produce up to 320 HP.
GLE-Class (2015 - Current)
With 4 styles of engines, the GLE-Class allows for drivers to choose the option that best suits them. Offering options for diesel, hybrid diesel, hybrid gasoline, and gasoline engines this vehicle allows the driver to choose between a variety of power and emission options. The most powerful of the engines offering 489 HP, there are clear improvements in terms of power between the first generation and second generations of these vehicles. The first generation offering a maximum of 435 HP, while offering diesel, gasoline, and hybrid engines as well.
C-Class Cabriolet (2016 - Current)
The C-Class Cabriolet was the first open-top C-Class in history. Inspired heavily by both past C-Class vehicles and also the bodywork of the E-Class vehicles Mercedes built a much sportier-looking C-Class than their predecessors. In 2018 we got the most recent generation of the C-Class Cabriolet, which was equipped with a new style on the headlights and tail lights. There were also pretty substantial changes when it came to the interior, which was made to make the car feel sportier than the previous generation.
GLC Class Coupe (2016 - Current)
2016 introduced us to the first generation of the GLC Class Coupe and we are still seeing new generations and variations of this vehicle today. These SUVs provide options of gasoline, diesel, and hybrid engine options. Although not the most powerful SUVs in terms of horsepower they still produced up to 245 HP today.
GLS-Class (2016 - Current)
We were introduced to the Mercedes Benz GLS-Class in 2016 and this solidified the impact that Mercedes Benz would have in the SUV market. The GLS covers all of the necessary checks when it comes to SUVs. They are spacious, luxurious, and also have a lot of power when in comparison with other SUVs. The 2019 GLS can make up to 489 HP with its strongest engine, and down to 286 HP with their lowest diesel engine.
SLC-Class (2016 - Current)
Stemming off of the success of the original SLK, Mercedes launched the SLC-Class in 2016. Although heavily influenced by the 1996 SLK, there were changes in nearly every aspect of the vehicle to create a more modern feel. Body changes such as updating lights, grille, and bumpers were some of the major differences between the SLK and the SLC-Class. The entire interior was redone and heavily modernized. Offering 5 gasoline engine selections and a single diesel engine, the SLC-Class has a maximum power output of 245 HP with its highest tier gasoline engine.
E-Class T-Modell All-Terrain (2017 - Current)
One of the newer vehicles under Mercedes Benz, the E-Class T-Modell All-Terrain is a mouthful to say but is a solid variation of the original E-Class. The original generation of this car was originally built to provide drivers the ability to handle any terrain. This medium-sized vehicle can pack up to 362 horsepower while using a hybrid engine.
A-Class Sedan (2018 - Current)
In 2018 we were introduced to not one A-Class Sedan, but actually 2. The first to launch was the “original” with the A-Class Sedan V177 which offers great utility, meaning that there is plenty of space nearly everywhere, for whatever you may need. Not to mention its aggressive body style that clearly shows it deserves to be in the sports sedan category. The second generation of this vehicle that launched the same year is the A-Class L Sedan. The difference between the 2 versions of the car are so minute even the keenest of eyes likely wouldn’t be able to spot the differences. The reason why there were two different versions launched the same year, is that the A-Class L Sedan was developed by Chinese consumers as the primary target audience. This version was made specifically for the Chinese community, because of the backing by Beijing Benz Automotive.
EQC (2019 - Current)
As the first-ever fully electric vehicle within the Mercedes-Benz family, the EQC made its splash in 2019. After recent successes with the B-Class Electric drive and other partial electric options, Mercedes took a leap and made their first-ever electric SUV. Powered by two electric motors the EQC ends up running with 402 HP with a whopping 564 pounds of torque.
Capitalizing on the rise in popularity of electric vehicles, the EQV was designed to be an emission-free family car that can seat up to 6. With a body style that is heavily influenced by the V-Class models, Mercedes provided a sleeker look to highlight a clear difference between the EQV and other vans under their brand. There are little to no negatives in terms of the power and driveability when comparing the all-electric EQV to the V-Class vehicles, and share a very similar power output of 204 HP.
GLB (2019 - Current)
With only the first generation being available, the GLB has similarities with the GLK but is also one of the most flexible vehicles under their branding. On one side the GLB can be a spacious compact SUV, and at the same time seat up to 7 passengers. This kind of flexibility in terms of space, storage and seating is seldom found in the automotive world. Launching in 2019, it would not be surprising to see more generations of this vehicle launch in the future as it meets the needs of most everyday drivers.
GLS Maybach (2020 - Current)
Being one of the newer models under Mercedes Benz, the GLS Maybach is unique in many ways. One of the primary differences between this vehicle and others is that they offer a two-toned paint job out of the factory, and harnesses a twin-turbocharged V8 engine that creates a whopping 558 horsepower.
EQA (2021 - Current)
The EQA was Mercedes’ answer to both the SUV boom and electric vehicle boom of recent times. The 2021 EQA is the most modern SUV in recent memory in terms of onboard utilities and accessibility features. It also looks great on the outside and sets itself apart from the competition in both sleekness and 276 pounds of torque being produced by its electric motor.
CL-Klasse (1952 - 2013)
Beginning in 1952 the CL-Klasse made its mark quickly as a luxury vehicle that could also perform at the highest level. Throughout 15 generations over 61 years, there were many improvements as technology progressed, and in 2010 the final generation of the CL-Klasse launched. Improving on the exterior and interior from the previous generation in 2006, the CL-Class (Name change) was developed to fix the less preferred parts of the earlier generations. Resulting in a much more appealing body style and also big upgrades in performance for most engine options. The base models averaging around a 50 HP upgrade between the newest generation and its predecessor.
SLK-Klasse (1955 - 2016)
Perhaps one of the most recognizable and renowned models under the Mercedes-Benz name, the SLK-Klasse has been a head-turner since 1955 with the Typ 190 SL Coupe. Over the years, the SLK-Klasse has changed with the times, and remained one of the most desirable and recognizable vehicles in the field. The last generation was released in 2011, and showed a change in the overall look of the exterior and focused on the driveability of the car. While not the most powerful car on the road, it still provided drivers and car enthusiasts alike, an enjoyable drive while still turning heads with its sporty exterior.
Laundalet (1960 - 1997)
The Mercedes-Benz Laundalet has been around for 60 years, but the most recent generation began production in 1997. Although very rare, the 1997 Laundalet showed clear signs of exclusiveness with the overall design of the exterior and interior of the car. The highlight of this vehicle would be the rear single passenger seat, as very few vehicles have this feature.
G-Klasse Cabriolet (1979 - 2013)
In 1979, Mercedes decided to take a spin on how they wanted to progress with the G-Klasse. To do this they created one of the most legendary vehicles of all time in the G-Klasse Cabrio. Originally developed as a military vehicle, Mercedes made the decision to take the top off of one of their vehicles and release it as a civilian vehicle and found insane success with it. In 2013, after going through 5 generational changes, the final G-Klasse Cabrio was released. Featuring 2 doors and a convertible version the G-Klasse Cabrio showed a clear resemblance to other vehicles in the same class, but also remained true to what had made the G-Klasse such an icon family of vehicles.
G-Klasse Kurz (1979 - 2012)
Like the G-Klasse Cabriolet the G-Klasse Kurz was a civilian version of their military vehicles. The idea behind the vehicle’s rough look was to give the feel of a rugged off-road and all-terrain vehicle. Even while being a super barebones vehicle, the G-Klasse Kurz found great success. In 2000 we saw the last generation of the Kurz, where it featured 3 doors and 4 wheel drive. It was also equipped with all of the modern mechanical electrical systems. Powered by a 296 HP gasoline engine the Kurz could hit a top speed of 109 MPH.
E-Klasse AMG (1996 - 2016)
Competition with other European car manufacturers is what fueled much of Mercedes’ success in development. The same goes for the E-Klasse vehicles because in response to BMW's success with the M5, Mercedes decided to have their AMG tuners create a new beast with the E-Klasse AMG. The original E-Klasse AMG in 1996 was mounted with a 5 liter V8 with 347 HP and a top speed of 155 MPH. In 2013 the final E-Klasse AMG was released with the E 63 AMG. This car had a very clean exterior with luxury and performance at the forefront of its design. The statistic that stands out the most in response to this vehicle is the acceleration time. It only took the E 63 AMG 3.7 seconds to reach 62 MPH from a dead stop.
M-Klasse (1997 - 2015)
1997 marked the year where Mercedes decided to focus less on the luxury aspect of an SUV and instead focused on the off-road ability of their SUV. In 2011 the final generation of the M-Klasse was revealed and the goal was still the same; create a true off-road SUV. This time it was less focused exclusively on performance, but also on the overall appearance of the vehicle and ended up with some of the highest safety ratings of the year. It’s performance definitely didn’t lack either, as it harnessed a 408 HP gasoline engine.
CLK AMG (1999 - 2009)
In 1999 Mercedes launched the original CLK AMG, which was an overpowered version of the CLK Coupe. Focused intensely on the performance of the car, the CLK 55 AMG did not disappoint and could top out at 155 MPH in 1999. Moving forward, the same culture of power and performance followed the 2007 generation of the CLK AMG in the form of the CLK 63 AMG. Creating 507 HP and 465 pounds of torque, the CLK 63 AMG could hit 186 MPH and had a 0-62 MPH in 4.3 seconds.
CLK AMG Cabrio (1999 - 2009)
Following the release of the CLK 55 AMG, Mercedes decided they were going to build an open-top version of the same car. Providing the same engine, and body as the original CLK 55 AMG the only noticeable difference was that it was missing a roof! In 2006 we received the last generation of the CLK AMG Cabrio family with the CLK 63 AMG Cabrio. To compete with BMW, Mercedes launched the CLK 63 AMG Cabrio with a 6.2 liter V8 that created 481 HP and 465 pounds of torque. This engine also allowed for a top speed of 155 MPH and a 0-62 MPH time of 4.7 seconds.
G-Klasse AMG (1999 - 2014)
1999 marked the birth of the G-Klasse AMG, with an SUV capable of 130 MPH due to a 354 HP engine. With the same appearance and interior as the base model G-Klasse, the AMG version of this vehicle was marketed towards drivers who demanded more power in their SUV. In 2013 the latest generation of the G-Klasse AMG came to fruition with the G-Class AMG 6x6 harnessing an engine that creates 544 HP. Although this is the latest generational change, production stopped on these in 2014 and the previous generation (G 63 AMG) was produced until 2018.
M-Klasse AMG (1999 - 2015)
If one thing is true with Mercedes, it’s that they are not afraid to pump as much performance into their vehicles as possible. This is the case with another AMG model, where they take the body and design of one of their models and completely revamp the mechanical aspect of it to make its performance skyrocket. In the case of the 2011 ML 63 AMG, Mercedes mounted the vehicle with a 5.5 L V8 with 525 HP that allowed the M-Klasse AMG to hit a top speed of 174 MPH and a 0-62 MPH time of 4.7 seconds.
S-Klasse AMG (1999 - 2017)
The S-Klasse AMG originally came onto the scene in 1999 with the S 55 AMG and provided car enthusiasts an exciting drive. The success from the original S-Klasse AMG has led to 10 other generations of the car being developed, with the most recent being produced between 2013 and 2017. The most recent being the S 63 AMG, lived up to previous generations by producing 585 HP in all 3 of its engine choices, and a top speed of 155 MPH and a 0-62 MPH in 4 seconds.
C-Klasse SportCoupe AMG (2000 - 2004)
The major event during the time of the C-Klasse SportCoupe was when, at the time, it had captured the title of fastest accelerating diesel car in the world. Starting from a stop, the SportCoupe could hit 62 MPH in 6.8 seconds. Although this specific model may not have had multiple generations, it set the stage for variations of this vehicle and provided lots of information on how to create ridiculously fast and powerful cars for Mercedes.
C-Klasse SportCoupe/CLC (2000 - 2011)
From 2000-2011 the C-Klasse SportCoupe/CLC offered premium performance while remaining luxurious and usable as an everyday driver. The original generation in 2000 was built to compete with BMW in the compact division. Today there are multiple engine selections that are powered by either gasoline or diesel. The most powerful engine available in terms of horsepower is a gasoline engine that pumps out 272 HP.
CL AMG (2000 - 2013)
As the only remaining German manufacturer of a Grand Tourer coupe, Mercedes capitalized on the opportunity to get the CL AMG to as many drivers as possible in 2000. Providing luxury and a really strong drive, the CL AMG matched closely to their S-Class cars at the time. Skipping forward to 2012, the most recent generation of the CL AMG was released with more power and remained a comfortable car. Harnessing a 5.5 liter V8 that created 544 HP, the CL 63 AMG definitely does not disappoint in any of the performance or comfort categories.
SLK AMG (2000 - 2016)
2000 was the first year where the SLK AMG was pushed into production. Following the success of the SLK Cabriolet, they decided to provide a power and performance upgrade for Mercedes and power enthusiasts. Today the most recent release of the SLK AMG provides a 5.5-liter V8 engine with 421 HP and a top speed of 155 MPH and a 0-62 in 4.6 seconds. As with the majority of other Mercedes models, the SLK AMG does not sacrifice luxury and comfort for performance. Instead they do their best to provide on all fronts to provide a well-balanced vehicle.
Vaneo (2002 - 2006)
Over the course of 4 years between 2002 and 2006, the Mercedes Benz Vaneo is a minivan that was based heavily off of the A-Class vehicles from this time. They were not exactly power monsters, but most minivans are not built for top speeds. Featuring only 4-cylinder engines, the Vaneo was more focused on safety and onboard comfort.
A-Klasse Coupe (2004 - 2012)
The 2008 A-Klass Coupe found more success than the 2004 generation, by making over 500,000 sales over its production lifespan (2008-2012). This compact MPV was considered affordable right out of the factory and is likely one of the major contributing factors for the success of this vehicle. It also featured better fuel-efficiency than its predecessor with nearly a 10 percent bump in fuel-efficiency.
E-Klasse T-Modell AMG (2004 - 2017)
After having success with many other AMG models, Mercedes decided to try their hand with an E-Klasse T-Modell AMG version. In 2003 the E 55 AMG T-Modell launched with the power upgrades that follow the AMG title. With 476 HP and a top speed of 155, it seemed as if AMG and Mercedes had done it again, but in the form of a wagon this time around. In 2013 we received the last generation of the E-Klasse T-Modell AMG with the E 63 AMG T-Modell. Make no mistake, this is a sports car trapped in a wagon’s body style. Equipped with a 5.5 liter V8 and 585 horsepower, it can hit a top speed of 155 MPH and a 0-62 MPH time in 3.8 seconds.
R-Klasse (2005 - 2013)
The 2005 R-Klasse did not meet the expectations of Mercedes, even though there were no glaring issues with the van’s design. Featuring a comfortable interior with plenty of space, the confusion as to the disappointment of this vehicle continues today. In 2010, Mercedes gave it another shot with the 2nd generation of the R-Klasse, and found more success than the first generation. The 2nd generation R-Klasse provides 3 gasoline engine options and 3 diesel engines, with the most powerful being a gasoline-powered engine that can create up to 272 HP.
GL-Klasse (2006 - 2016)
After 3 generations of the Gl-Klasse, the final generation was launched in 2012 and is the biggest SUV that Mercedes has manufactured. Being primarily built for a North American market, the sales in Europe were low and much more successful in the US. Seating 7 people, the GL-Klasse displayed space for family or for any necessary storage space.
R-Klasse AMG (2006 - 2008)
With only one generation of the R-Klasse AMG, Mercedes tried to improve on the original disappointment of the base R-Klasse model. By doing this they gave the AMG version of the R-Klasse a major upgrade in performance. Mounted with a 6.2 liter V8, this van could reach a top speed of 155 MPH and created 510 horsepower.
SLS AMG (2010 - 2014)
Best known for its “Gullwing” doors, the SLS AMG is a vehicle that all car enthusiasts can recognize. Over the course of 5 generations between 2010 and 2014, the most recent generation is equipped with a 6.3-liter V8 engine that provides 631 HP and a top speed of 196 MPH.
Viano (2010 - 2014)
Stemming from the Vito, the Viano was basically just an upgraded version of its influencer. Featuring more comfort and more space, the Viano was made available in compact, long or extra long sizes. Seating up to 9 people, this vehicle is one of the most comfortable vehicles for traveling with a lot of people or for providing lots of storage for anything you can think of.
C-Klasse Coupe AMG (2011 - 2016)
In 2011 Mercedes-Benz launched the C-Klasse Coupe with the C63 AMG Coupe Black Series. This car was developed and marketed as a sports car built for power enthusiasts. Harnessing a 6.3 liter V8 that produces 517 HP and a top speed of 187 MPH this vehicle does not disappoint. In the 2nd generation of the sports car, the C-Klasse Coupe took a step back from its predecessor in terms of raw power but still remained extremely powerful and desirable. Featuring a 6.2 liter V8, allowed for the car to reach 62 MPH in 4.5 seconds.
GL-Klasse AMG (2012 - 2016)
With only one generation to date, the GL-Klasse AMG was focused on providing top-tier safety while also performing at incredibly high levels. The GL-Klasse AMG stands out from the crowd when it comes to SUVs by looking like a sports car in an SUV's body, not to mention that it packed up to 557 HP. Seating up to 7 people, looking the way it does, and producing ridiculous power make this SUV sit near the top when it comes to performance SUVs.
CLA 45 (2013 - 2016)
With only one generation to date, the CLA 45 did not disappoint. With a very sporty look for a compact sedan, the CLA 45 could reach a top speed of 155 MPH and a 0-62 in 4.6 seconds. Aided by an engine that produced 360 HP and 332 pounds of torque, this vehicle was more than enough power for a streetcar. Later to be developed, Mercedes also decided to add an AMG version to this vehicle that only increased the overall performance.
S-Klasse Coupe AMG (2014 - 2017)
The S-Klasse Coupe AMG is what the world has come to expect from Mercedes. This coupe has the ability to hit 62 MPH in 4.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 155 MPH thanks to the power supplied by an engine that makes 630 HP. While this vehicle produces massive amounts of power, this car also features next-level comfort and luxury from both the interior and its flashy exterior.
X-Class (2017 - 2020)
In 2017, Mercedes decided to dip their toes into the truck market with the X-Class. Working with an agreement with Nissan , the X-class resembles the Nissan Navara beyond most other vehicles. It was really just a copy of the exterior of the X-class, but with the luxury and technology associated with Mercedes.
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