This January, Jaguar Sold Just 183 XF models. Mercedes-Benz sold 24 times as many examples of the E-Class.
While luxury crossovers are a hot market, some luxury midsize sedans also saw their sales pick up in January 2018. The Mercedes E-Class remained a strong seller, edging out a slightly increased sales
Organizations like the IIHS are helping alleviate deaths and injuries from car accidents by making cars safer than ever before.
Every day, we secure the things and people that matter the most to us in our cars. It's important for most people to know their car is as safe as possible
If you were anything like me when you were a kid, you dreamed of one day owning a wickedly cool supercar. A Ferrari F40. Or a Countach. Maybe a sleek Jaguar XJ220, or the legendary McLaren F1? My favorite childhood dream machine was the Lamborghini Diablo SV. What you don't
Two-door hardtop coupes are seen infrequently these days, particularly at the price point of the Mercedes-Benz E400 4MATIC Coupe. With an elegant, swooping stature, this latest version is quite a looker. There are no “B” pillars, and with front and rear windows down, there is a stylish full opening from
The 2017 North American International Auto Show - also known as NAIAS or the Detroit Auto Show - starts tomorrow, at least the press day. Here's what we know right now that will be coming up at the event.
TFL will be covering the 2017 NAIAS with up-to-the-minute videos on all of
Mercedes-Benz will tell you its best selling vehicle of all time is the E-Class, although that’s not currently the case. That distinction goes to the smaller C-Class. The company’s SUVs are also putting a significant amount of pressure on the midsize car, as are the Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, Cadillac
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit was the setting where Mercedes Benz recently pulled the covers off its new E-Class sedan. The vehicle becomes the latest in MB's lineup to receive the company's new design language, which might remind you of the range-topping S-Class. According to Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, Member
Mercedes-Benz has always been associated with luxury - at least in America - and with the interior of the new 2017 E-Class, the company is looking to set a new standard for the segment and perhaps the industry as a whole.
Slotting in between the C-Class and the S-Class, the new