Trying to sell a medium-sized saloon car in the UK is a tough job, and surprisingly not because the population is switching to SUVs en masse.

Cabriolet, estate or coupe; the E-Class comes in all shapes and sizes, but is the plain old saloon the best of them all?

Mercedes has been selling the SLK for nearly 20 years. It’s probably time we drove one.

The A-Class has been around a while now, with the small Mercedes getting rave reviews for their A45 AMG super-hot hatch, but it’s the more frugal diesel versions that appeal to business buyers. Keen to take a larger share of the market, the German firm has glued an ‘ECO’ badgeContinue Reading

Mercedes C-Class Salooon 2014 Front 620x277

The life of a motoring journalist involves flying to and from the various airports of Europe, often at times of day I’d forgotten even existed, jumping in to a new car and driving it around the countryside for a few hours before heading back home. In the time I’ve beenContinue Reading

The Mercedes A-Class was always a car to divide opinion. Forward thinking when launched, the upright stance and innovative packaging gave you a large interior within a small car, but at the expense of driving dynamics, even desirability. It was practical, if unorthodox, but rivals from Audi and BMW left itContinue Reading