2012Mercedes-BenzR-Class

Mercedes R-Class

2011 Mercedes-Benz R-Class - Click above for high-res image gallery Not too long ago, there was a time when all of the vehicles in an automaker's portfolio weren't required to wear the same uniform. Each model could be its own unique expression of the brand's strengths without being forced to sch...

- Reviewed by Zach Bowman

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2012 Mercedes-Benz R-Class
MSRP: $52,690 - $53,840
2011 Mercedes-Benz R-Class
MSRP: $50,240 - $51,740
2010 Mercedes-Benz R-Class
MSRP: $49,300 - $50,800
These cars are headed to the Great Crusher In The Sky

It happens every year. We bid adieu to some cars and trucks that will be missed, and say good riddance to others wondering how they stayed around so long. Whether they're being killed off for slow sales or due to a new product coming along to replace them, the list of vehicles being discontinued after 2012 is surprisingly long and diverse.
Mercedes-Benz to nix R-Class from U.S. lineup despite being built in Alabama

After years of lackluster sales, Mercedes-Benz is finally pulling the plug on the company's R-Class, at least as far as sales in the United States go. The vehicle will continue to be manufactured at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and exported to markets around the globe.
These are your top 10 worst-selling vehicles of 2011

Where there are winners, there are inevitably losers. Last year was exceedingly kind to big pickups, sprawling family sedans and SUVs, but not every model came out of 2011 with big sales figures. We took the time to dig through the low-selling models of the past 12 months to find out which vehicles produced throughout the year were the biggest duds. Since we aren't interested in how few Lamborghini Aventador models rolled off of dealer lots in the U.S. in 2011, we kept the MSRP under $100,000.
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2009 Mercedes-Benz R
$19,995 / 59,718 miles / NY
2012 Mercedes-Benz R
$36,895 / 37,948 miles / NY
2012 Mercedes-Benz R
$42,480 / 22,390 miles / NJ
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