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Mercedes-Benz Make Overview

Available Mercedes-Benz Models

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Mercedes-Benz 300-Class Overview
1996 - 1977 (used)
Mercedes-Benz 380-Class Overview
1985 - 1979 (announced)
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Mercedes-Benz R-Class Overview
2013 - 2006 (used)

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Mercedes-Benz Questions

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Brake Defective Keep Popping Up But I Got My Pads Changed

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Deejay Dee
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Mercedes Benz C220 Plugs No Power

I have a Mercedes with a misfire

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Brake Defective Keep Popping Up But I Got My Pads Changed

Brake light keep coming on but I got my brakes changed I got my fuel pump changed today cause a guy at the shop told me that's what it was but when I put my car in drive it takes off slow and I ha...

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Kathy Conrad
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2012 sprinter cargo van Mercedes ABS/BAS light comes on – transmission disengages wont drive

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How To Reset Radio Code On Mercedes C280

How to enter code and get radio to work

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Mercedes-Benz History

Mercedes-Benz is one of the more respected makers of cars due to the company's longevity and high-quality automobiles. In a "merger of equals," Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler joined forces in 1998, creating the conglomerate Daimler-Chrysler.

Starting with the S550 Sedan 5.5 liter 32-valve V8 382Hp@6000 rpm, then onto the S600 Sedan with it 5.5 liter 36-valve bi-turbo V-12 with 510Hp@5000rpm. And if that is not enough for you there is the S550 4-matic Sedan, which is basically the same car as the standard S550(if there is such thing as a standard Mercedes) but with permanent 4-wheel drive. Or you can just go straight to the top with the S65 AMG. A 604-horsepower twin-turbo charged V-12 AMG engine linked to a 5-speed automatic transmission that adjusts to your driving style for smoother shifting, F1-inspired manual shifters, AMG-tuned Active Body Control (ABC), race-bred brakes, along with 20 inch AMG 5-spoke light alloy wheels.