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By Jonathan Crouch
Added 29th October, 2021
The second generation version of Mercedes’ Citan compact van might just be the image your company needs, thinks Jonathan Crouch
Maybach is the nameplate used on ultimate Mercedes models. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class.
Back in 1996, the Mercedes SLK re-invented the coupe-cabriolet concept for the modern age. Its SLC successor continued that evolution. This car after all, demonstrated that a sports car of this kind doesn’t have to be uncomfortable to drive in town or on long trips. It need cost no more than a family hatchback to run. It can make you feel at one with the elements even when the roof’s up. And when you can go al fresco, the coldest day can feel almost as warm as it would be were the top to be closed. These are all attributes that rivals from this era struggle to match, even if some of these competitors might be cheaper - or sharper through the bends.
The Mercedes brand understands its target audience and in this SLC, brought us a contender that’d become more finely attuned to its market than ever before. If you’re one of those believing a two-seat roadster to be a selfish and irresponsible indulgence, the Three Pointed Star here might just persuade you otherwise.
The EQA brings Mercedes EVs into the mainstream. Jonathan Crouch drives it.
Not everyone who has to tow heavy loads or traverse muddy tracks necessarily needs an SUV. The E-Class All-Terrain offered an alternative option to large luxury 4x4s that may actually suit some adventurous dog walkers, Alpinists and caravanners rather better. It’s got more interior space than a comparable large luxury SUV, feels a little less clunky to drive and has a lower loading bay that’ll make it easier for dogs to hop in and out of. In short, you can see the appeal.
In summary, what we’ve got here is a convincing premium product for the great outdoors, if you’re looking for a luxury large estate from the 2017-2020 period. As we often observe, there are always advantages in turning up late for any party and here, Mercedes maximised these to deliver an all-weather estate of this kind with a touch of extra luxury and sophistication. You’re not going to be taking on the Rubicon trail in one of these, but for picking up your dry cleaning in a snowy snap, you’d have to say that it might be just about perfect. Real world challenges: there’s a lot to be said for them.
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