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  • Mercedes-Benz C Class Saloon
    4.0 out of 5 - 198 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left As a rival to the BMW 3-Series, the C-Class is a high quality saloon, which with the addition of BlueEfficiency makes it economical and highly efficient to run. Sports versions have quite a firm ride so better avoiding, as is the basic C180 which lacks power. Not as much fun to drive as rivals, it does have strong residual values which is why you see so many on the roads. Apost Right
  • Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback
    3.8 out of 5 - 41 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The A-Class became infamous for flipping over during the traditional elk test. Since then the premium hatchback has become very popular and the latest reincarnation is so far removed from the original. It is smaller, stylish and scored 5 stars in the Euro NCAP tests. Costing from £20,000 it's certainly not cheap and rivals such as the Volvo V40 and BMW 1-Series are interesting options. Apost Right
  • Mercedes-Benz E Class Saloon
    4.2 out of 5 - 144 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The E-Class saloon is a staple fixture in the Mercedes-Benz line up. It's popular due to low running costs, depreciation is slow and it's equipped to a high standard. The executive car is dynamic in looks and with an engine line up that includes the E 220 CDI which returns 58.9 mpg it beats its german rivals from Audi and BMW. Itís also available as a cabriolet, coupe and estate. Apost Right
  • Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate
    4.0 out of 5 - 198 Ratings
    Overview
  • Mercedes-Benz B Class Hatchback
    3.8 out of 5 - 33 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The B-Class is what looks like a bigger version of itís younger sibling, the A-Class. Itís never been a car to win the popularity contests, itís expensive and not really that exciting to drive. The high quality is what you expect from the badge, but it just doesnít have enough of a wow factor to make an impression. It also struggles with depreciation despite it being a Mercedes-Benz so rivals are definitely worth looking at first. Apost Right
  • Mercedes-Benz C Class Coupe
    4.0 out of 5 - 198 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left The premium coupe is an expensive car, but the German manufacturer never fails to deliver, be it with value, efficiency and design. Standard equipment is generous so you wonít have to spend too much extra on the C-Class Coupe. It might not be as fun to drive as the BMW 3-Series Coupe but it does have a good range of fuel efficient engines. The C63 AMG Coupe is worth the money if you want more power. Apost Right
  • Mercedes-Benz Slk Convertible
    3.9 out of 5 - 32 Ratings
    Overview
  • Mercedes-Benz E Class Estate
    4.2 out of 5 - 144 Ratings
    Overview
  • Mercedes-Benz M Class 4x4
    3.8 out of 5 - 30 Ratings
    Overview
    Apost Left Offered as a rival to the Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5, the ML-Class is competitively priced, offers high quality as you would expect from the German brand and has one of the best interiors on the market. With just three engines available, a V8 petrol and two diesels, the latter returning nearly 40mpg, it is also quite economical for such a large car. Only downside is it doesnít seat seven, which some rivals do. Apost Right
  • Mercedes-Benz E Class Convertible
    4.2 out of 5 - 144 Ratings
    Overview
  • Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe
    4.2 out of 5 - 144 Ratings
    Overview
  • Mercedes-Benz Cls Coupe
    4.1 out of 5 - 16 Ratings
    Overview
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