Mercedes Benz makes perhaps the most advanced, luxurious, and performance-oriented automobiles known. And that status is not a lie. Learn more about Mercedes Benz below.

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Everything You Need to Know About Mercedes Benz Models

Mercedes Benz produces a full and wide range of cars, from relatively affordable sub-compacts to opulent pleasure sedans for the uber-rich. The company names its vehicle efficiently- no faux-French flair required- with letters and numbers. That naming system, while sensible, can get a bit confusing for buyers.

There are GLA, GLB, GLC, GLE, and GLS SUVs, none of which should be mistaken for the G-Class. That’s before you get to the multiple variations of each with different engine sizes, drivetrains, and body styles.


The A-Class is the entry-level subcompact Mercedes. The fourth-generation includes a sedan, which will be the first A-Class vehicle that you can choose between FWD and AWD variants. The 2.0-litre engine will produce 188hp and 221lb-ft of torque.


The C-Class is Mercedes’ “athletically elegant” mid-level entry into the compact segment. It’s available as a four-door sedan, a two-door coupe, and a two-door soft-top convertible. Buyers can fit all three versions with a four, six, or eight-cylinder engine (255,362, and 469 horsepower, respectively).


The CLS is a sleek and sporty performance coupe. Mercedes describes it as having “lean, toned muscle.” The CLS employs 3.0-litre turbocharged inline-six engine delivering 362hp and 369lb-ft of torque. It is available in RWD and AWD versions.


The E-Class is Mercedes’ midsize segment, a step up in both size and price from the C-Class. E-Class vehicles tend toward comfort and sophistication with a design aesthetic Mercedes describes as “sensual purity.” However, 600hp AMG versions of the sedan and wagon can shred some tires if called upon.


The Maybach is a lengthened, super-luxe version of the S-Class sedan. It’s designed to be chauffeur-driven. Per Mercedes, it is “artfully and aerodynamically sculpted to command the eye as well as the road.” It comes with either the “standard” S-Class V8 or the monstrous AMG V12.