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This is the most powerful version of the AMG-developed coupe

This is the most powerful version of the AMG-developed coupe.

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Few vehicles have left the Autoblog staff so divided

Few vehicles have left the Autoblog staff so divided.

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This is what $175,000 gets you

Many cars that come into our office are pretty mainstream. They're Chevys, Toyotas, Hyundais and such. But sometimes we get something special, such as a 2018 Mercedes-Maybach S560 4MATIC. Now it is the "entry-level" Maybach with just the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and the lowest Maybach base price. But, it still starts at a not unsubstantial $168,600, which also makes it the third-most expensive S-Class behind the V12 Mercedes-Maybach S650 and the most expensive V12 Mercedes-AMG S65. That V8

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It was blue, the seats were plaid and it was shockingly easy to drive

It was like telling a fourth grade class they were going to Disneyland. Upon landing in southern France to drive the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, the assembled group of jet lagged automotive writers were informed that they were not only about to drive the first next-generation G-Class ever (incredibly cool and exciting in its own right) but were also going to get a chance to drive a selection of classic G Wagens as well. An audible gasp was heard.

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All-new G 550 and G 63 don't lose the plot

The road ahead is unpaved, rock-strewn and rut-rich. Deep puddles blast murky water across the windshield. Colossal three-blade windmills tower overhead, perilously sprouting like whitewashed redwoods at the outer edges of corners. The urge is to play it safe, to tackle this rally proving ground with the sort of caution you'd normally take off road. But, this is the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, and to dawdle would be to miss out on the massive capabilities it possesses, which the majority of its

Mercedes goes high-tech in a market where it’s hip to be square

Sprinter vans in the United States will be offered with these two diesel engines, along with a gasoline-powered 188-hp, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. We'll have a choice of rear- and all-wheel drive, though the front-wheel-drive model available in other markets will be a no-show stateside.

Inline-six mild hybrid system, cleaner lines, solid tech move it forward

The inclusion of the 48-volt EQ Boost system is part of what makes this powertrain so satisfying to use.

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A strong contender for our favorite modern Mercedes-Benz.

The 12-cylinder S65 Cabriolet is a stately boulevardier, a cavalier cruiser, meant to dominate via the sheer prodigiousness of output.

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This SUV-sized pocket rocket threatens every status quo.

The bite of the 4.0-liter virus turns the donor Mercedes-Benz GLC all belligerent and shockingly fast.

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The extra power and four-wheel steering are worth it

Faster than GT and GT S, more livable than GT R.

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We go off-road in the passenger seat of the new Mercedes pickup.

It's good at what it does, but we've got our complaints.

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A luxury sedan can't get by on mere posh and power anymore. Intelligent technology has joined the equation.

Posher, burlier, and also more intelligent.

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The performance version of the coupe version of the crossover version of a C-Class.

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Bright-green proof that AMG can do more than just bigger engines, loud exhausts, and fancy wheels.

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