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The C-Class Coupe serves up a low key but high concept slice of modern Mercedes design. June Neary tries it.
Added 23rd March, 2018
The EQA brings Mercedes EVs into the mainstream. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
Mercedes' fifth generation C-Class Estate looks a more complete package, thinks Jonathan Crouch
The whole idea of being able to drive a luxurious Mercedes while still enjoying the practical benefits of a commercial vehicle is certainly appealing. And so is this X-Class model. We wish the styling had lived up to the prototype's promise, but what's been delivered here is still easily the most desirable used pick-up on the market. If you can afford an X-Class and want a pick-up of this sort, there aren't many significant things you won't like about it. True, some of the less obvious interior fittings don't feel very Mercedes-like, but these are parts that really need to be durable to suit this vehicle's station in life.
Other models in this class try to achieve 'luxury' by throwing leather upholstery, better infotainment and chromed bull bars at the standard spec. An X-Class, in contrast, feels up-market by design. The difference is important. And if you're seeking something in this sector, it might be enough to make this X really hit the spot.
If you're looking for a luxury super-large 7-seat SUV from the 2016-2020 period, there's nothing quite like this 'X166'-series Mercedes GLS. Certainly, if you're a wealthy American considering it as a used car against obvious US rivals like Cadillac's Escalade or a Lincoln Navigator, then buying this Mercedes must seem like a no-brainer. This side of the Atlantic, it could also be seen as pretty simple choice, provided you're in the unusual position of wanting a huge seven-seat super-luxury SUV from this period that actually can properly seat seven adults - rather than five folk along with a couple of children.
A car that, having done that, can then go on to climb the lower slopes of Snowdon, before stopping by Sainsburys on the way to an evening at the Ritz. If a premium-badged 7-seat SUV that can manage all that is somewhere on your wish list, then you won't be disappointed with this one.
The Mercedes-Maybach GLS makes quite a statement. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
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