Best of the Mercedes-Benz Range


1. A Class: Hatchback
There are thousands of capable hatchbacks out there on the road, but how does the Mercedes A-Class compare to these? The main thing about Mercedes is the prestige name is carries, making the A-Class a highly desired hatchback. With its combination of low running costs, hi-tech systems and stunning look, no wonder it’s a go-to for Mercedes customers.

Price: £19,935 – £42,350

2. E Class: Saloon
If you’re confident with the Mercedes models, the E-Class is a great way to really feel what Mercedes-Benz have to offer. With its high quality interior, filled with good technology making day-to-day driving more entertaining, it’s perfect for business and cruising comfortably. Whether you’re thinking about leasing or buying, the E-Class is available, along with a variety of luxury cars for sale.

Price: £34,440 – £59,590

3. S Class: Coupe
Onto the S-Class model, which is possibly the most prestigious of them all, with its rivals being the Aston Martin DB9 and the Bentley Continental GT, it’s obvious it’s got a lot to offer. Other than being cheaper than its rivals, the S-Class features subtle but beautiful styling, a sophisticated driving ability and a comfortable interior. The technology systems are generous as standard, but the S-Class does have a lot to offer.

Price: £98,590 – £185,400

4. AMG GT: Roadster
The AMG GT is one for the adrenaline junkies, as it’s the Mercedes which offers a high amount of performance as it reaches 62mph in only 4.0 seconds. This Porsche 911 threat features an insane V8 engine, which lets out a nice but powerful rumble from the exhaust. Along with this, the AMG GT Roadster is an enjoyable drive with sharp handling and a good amount of grip in order to reach those high speeds.

Price: From £95,860

5. S Class: Cabriolet
Everyone needs to own at least one convertible car in their lifetime and the S-Class Cabriolet is a great contestant. With it being one of the safest drop-tops on the market, expect a range of hi-tech safety systems and high quality materials on both the interior and exterior. It may be one for looking prestigious, but it does drive as well as it looks, as it’s able to reach 62mph in only 4.2 seconds.

Price: £110,120 – £192,805

Mercedes-Benz tend to fall down when it comes to their SUV’s, but the GLC is good enough to be in competition with the BMW X3 and the Audi Q5. Offering a quiet and classy drive with low running costs, the Mercedes GLC is a great investment with a lot to offer. The cabin is similar to the C-Class, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s decorated with a gorgeous design with quality materials for that luxury feel.

Price: £35,580 – £50,870

There are a range of luxury cars available to lease, including the very impressive models in the Mercedes range.


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