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2004 Mercedes-Benz C Class Mid-Size Near Luxury Coupe and Sedan

Compact-class cars by Mercedes skew from an affordable sports coupe and practical station wagon to a powerful AMG-crafted performance sedan. In between these extremes are three new sport variations plus 4Matic AWD editions. The 4Matic equipment applies to C240 and C320 sedans and the C320 wagon. Sport models work for the C230 Kompressor sedan, C320 sedan and C320 coupe. Read More »

2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK Compact Near Luxury Convertible

With that eye-popping prow, flat side panels accented with big blackwalls and rakish windshield stretched wide across a cockpit for two, snappy SLK Class two-seat coupes can shed that hard top in seconds and store it in the trunk to switch from weather-tight coupe to airy convertible. Read More »

2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK Cabriolet Mid-Size Luxury Convertible

The CLK has been a favorite in the mid-luxury segment from 1999 through the end of its model run in 2003. Its entry into the Mercedes lineup provided an open-air car to a larger audience because of its lower cost. The previous CLK Cabriolet was a great cruiser which performed well as a spirited commuter car, but not as a sports car. We thought the BMW 330I was a more exciting ride. That however has changed with the 2004 CLK Cabriolet. Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz G Class Large Luxury SUV

From a Mercedes assembly plant in Graz, Austria, the hand-crafted G Class wagons roll out in limited numbers as no-compromise off-road SUVs capable of venturing far away from pavement where conventional 4WD vehicles dare not tread. Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz ML Wagon

Mercedes builds mid-size SUV wagons that drive like a fine sedan and feel as comfortable, but there's also ample cargo space in the back plus go-anywhere attributes of a four-wheel-drive (4WD) wagon. Read More »