The three-pointed star is perhaps the most identifiable symbol in the world, which automatically translates into style, luxury and most importantly automobile perfection. Mercedes-Benz has been producing the world’s most stylish and technologically leading cars since 1881, which makes it the oldest car manufacture in existence today. Today, we take a look at their 10 best cars since rebranding.
No 10. 1979 Gelandewagen (G-Class)
|Class||Mid-size sport utility vehicle|
|Price range||$105,750 – $124,450|
Built for the German army as a lightweight combat vehicle, the Mercedes G-class is one of the most expensive SUVs in the market. Production of the G-Class commenced in 1979 with the 460 Series models, when it was among a group of few vehicles with three fully locking differentials. Today, the G-class Mercedes is very popular among celebrities from Tinseltown.
No 9. 2004 CLS
|Price range||$72,400 – $99,050|
Listed at number 6 in the top 6 luxury cars by US News Rankings and Reviews, the Mercedes CLS was designed to combine the “strong, emotive charisma” of a coupe with the “comfort and practicality” of a saloon. Most of the CLS class offers room for 4 passengers instead of the typical 5.