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Mercedes-Benz's revival of Maybach in 2003 wasn't exactly successful; the bloated S-Class limos it sold were only bought by Jay Z and a handful of Bond villains.
From left, Smyrna Jonquil Lions Club members Bill Bailey, Debbie Brown and Michael Coolbroth stand in front of a 1965 Mercedes Benz 230 SL convertible owned by Coolbroth.
This month, the Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy for New Drivers has completed its first year of operation.
Shenzhen BYD Daimler New Technology Co., Ltd. officially unveiled its DENZA all-electric vehicle at Auto China 2014, in Beijing.
Our 2012 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has officially crossed the 20,000-mile mark! I feel like a proud parent who has just successfully steered a child through the potholed roads of life into adulthood.
As the buzz from the New York International Auto Show comes to a simmer, the Beijing Auto Show is just getting fired up, and already there are several hugely exciting cars present.
Mercedes-Benz, hot on the heels of both Audi and BMW as it aims to take back its lost crown as the world's biggest premium automaker, betting its comeback on the world's biggest auto market.
New York--April 21, 2014: With the Concept Coupe SUV, Mercedes-Benz is raising the standard to a new, higher level in literally multiple respects.
Mercedes-Benz is known for packing its cars with luxury features, but the rear passengers in some Sprinter vans are getting a shower that they don't expect.
New Country Mercedes-Benz features the E250 BlueTec diesel car for Earth Day that offers a phenomenal 43 mpg.
The World Car of the Year awards were announced last Thursday at the New York auto show.
Mercedes-Benz has hinted on several occasions that its latest S-Class will eventually be offered in as many as six different bodystyles.
If you were one of the few who were hugely saddened to see Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler shut down and have a $450,000 or so block of cash that's burning a hole in your pocket, it looks like the German ultra-luxury namesake might be making a comeback, Reuters reports.
A visitor takes a picture of a BMW vision car on display at the China International Exhibition Center during the Beijing Motor Show on Sunday.
No, we're not talking about comedy, but rather an emerging trend in luxury transport that's bringing us ever taller, more capacious, more pimpdillyicious limousines.