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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 »

2003 Mercedes-Benz SLK Compact Roadster

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 ... Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz C240 Sport Wagon

With the advent of the minivan and the sport utility vehicle, you might have thought that the station wagon, once an icon of the American middle class, has gone the way of the LP record album and Betamax video tape. Not so. A few manufacturers still offer station wagons, but these wagons are a far cry from the wood-paneled, reverse rear seat models in which you used to go to the drive-in theater (remember drive-in theaters?). Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK Mid-Size Luxury Coupe

Winding back roads slicing through California's coastal mountains between Monterey up north and Morro Bay in the south serve as our laboratory to sample the spirit of new iterations for the slinky CLK coupes from Mercedes-Benz of Germany. Read More »

2003 Mercedes-Benz CLK Mid-Size Luxury Coupe and Convertible

Even at half the smackers, the CLK looks and feels surprisingly similar to the top-of-the-line CL, with Mercedes' oft-noted bank-vault-solid construction, zippy acceleration and supple highway ride. It's a highly sophisticated machine with virtually nothing to complain about, unless you expect something sporty. Read More »