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The company’s smallest sedan in the States, the C-class can feel a bit small and cheap inside. Available in Luxury or Sport trim, the handsome C-class can be configured to satisfy just about any driver. The AMG-tuned C63 is a radical (0-to-60 mph in 3.9 seconds) and tempting alternative to BMW’s M3.
The coupe version of the classy S-class sedan, the CL gets a number of revisions this year including refreshed styling and two new turbocharged V-8s that boost fuel economy. The CL550 comes with standard all-wheel drive while the other three, more powerful, versions are rear-drive.
This is a luxurious coupe that offers style, comfort, and speed–albeit at a hefty price. Base versions with V-6 power are plenty quick, and the V-8 CLK550 is seriously fast. The CLK is starting to show its age, if for no other reason than the 3-series coupe and A5 are much newer.
New last year, the E-class is an eminently sensible, luxurious, and refined—if expensive—vehicle. We’d like a bit more sportiness from the base versions and the styling is quite dowdy, but it’s hard to argue with a lineup that includes a fuel-efficient diesel and the track-ready E63 AMG.
One of our favorite large SUVs, the refined and luxurious GL seats seven, offers good towing capacity, and drives like a far smaller vehicle. Buyers can choose between a fuel-sipping diesel, a strong 4.7-liter V-8, and an even more powerful 5.5-liter V-8. We’d take the diesel.
Built upon a carlike, unibody platform, the ML is luxurious, refined, and comfortable. There are no less than five engine choices: a fuel-sipping diesel, Benz’s ubiquitous V-6, a 382-hp V-8, the 503-hp AMG version, and the gas-electric ML450H.
Mercedes has changed the look of the R-class slightly for 2011, but for the most part it still looks like the luxury minivan that it is. Slow sales killed the V-8 versions, but the V-6 and the fuel-sipping diesel remain. The R-class is a luxurious, if slightly weird, way to move up to seven people.
The somewhat obvious choice in the full-size luxury-sedan segment, the S-class comes in several tasty flavors: S550 and S600, the S400 hybrid, the face-melting S63 and S65 AMG models, and the frugal S350 BlueTec diesel. If you can afford one don’t fret, they are all exceptional in their own way.