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

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

Fewer doors, more fun.

The car you buy before a C63.

The secret? It's a lot quicker than the standard E sedan.

Instead of AMG Lite, think of the 2017 E43 as the new performance norm and the forthcoming E63 as the overachiever.

German engineers and Japan's brashest stylists concoct a tall hatchback.

Outside, this sharply-creased Infiniti hatchback claims to be a CUV. Underneath, the new QX30 is mostly Mercedes-Benz.

Choosing one is an emotional decision, so leave logic at the door.

Style striving for sportiness.

We drive the 2017 Mercedes C-Class Coupe. We liked its sedan sibling, but do two fewer doors really make for a sportier vibe?

Mercedes-AMG gave us a ride in the AMG GT3-inspired Cigarette Racing Team 41' SD GT3, and an AMG GT S to drive around Miami.

A dynamic charmer, but an emotional letdown.

The Mercedes-Benz C450 AMG offers excellent driving dynamics, but after a week behind the wheel, it failed to make the vital emotional argument it needs.

Germany's 12-cylinder, capital convertible.

The 2017 Mercedes-AMG SL looks better than its predecessor, but the driving dynamics are largely the same. No problem; this is Germany's capital convertible.

It isn't the world's first self-driving car. But it's damn close.

How does the Mercedes-Benz E-Class drive? We think it's pretty good. But we're more confident in our riding impression. The E-Class rides very well, even from the driver's seat. The 2017 E300 is the closest thing on the market today to a self-driving car.

The blue chip convertible gets pretty again.

The 2017 Mercedes SL isn't too different from an engineering standpoint, and that's okay. The good news is, it's pretty again.

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