Mercedes launches first EV volley with EQC

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The EQC, with a sporty and stretched silhouette, has design cues that hint at its electric drivetrain. In place of a conventional grille, the EQC has a large black-panel surface. An LED light strip connects the headlights. A similar design element is echoed in the rear. Other design features at the front include the air […]

Who might buy Mercedes-Benz’s 4 Vancouver dealerships?

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VANCOUVER — In a move sure to spark a flurry of interest, MercedesBenz Canada is selling four of its 11 remaining corporately owned dealerships. All four are located in the Metro Vancouver area: Two in the city, one across Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver and another in the southern suburb of Richmond. Two privately owned […]

Mercedes pads roomier ’20 GLE with range of engines, semi-autonomous tech

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The 2020 GLE has a longer wheelbase than its predecessor. This creates more space, especially for passengers in the rear. Legroom in the second row has increased by 6.8 cm to 104.4 cm (2.7 inches to 41.1 inches). Headroom in the rear has increased by 3.3 cm to 102.6 cm (1.3 inches to 40.4 inches). […]

MB expects A-class sales to be split 50/50 between hatchback, sedan

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Mercedes-Benz Canada is projecting an even split in sales between its two A-class body styles: the hatchback that joins the North American market as the A-class enters its fourth generation, and the all-new sedan introduced to the media for the first time this week in Seattle, Wash. Mercedes initially hesitated to bring the A-class to […]

Mercedes plans advanced self-driving tech for next S class

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PARIS — The next Mercedes-Benz S class will offer the brand’s first self-driving system capable of eyes-off conditional autonomy. The technology will be introduced in the brand’s flagship model before eventually trickling down into lower segment vehicle, Ola Kaellenius, Daimler’s head of research, told reporters at the Paris auto show last week. Kaellenius will succeed […]

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