If you're looking for a car with luxury and performance, the Mercedes Benz is the ideal choice. With models like the S-Class and E-Class, you'll enjoy all the numerous features and amenities. Since its inception in 1886, the company has been a leader in luxury and innovation. Whether you're looking for a comfortable cruiser or a performance powerhouse, Mercedes has something to offer all tastes.
A quick look at the automotive world and it's not a shocker to see major automotive marques being axed off to make way for the latest electric or fuel-saving vehicle. The change is alright, but the brand story and loyalty may be lost in the transition. Amongst all the axing off and changes, however, one marque stands strong and has adapted to changes over time. The Mercedes-Benz G class is a vehicle that has stood the test of time and followed a formula that will always stay in style. Present today in all its glory is a lovely example of a true automotive icon and comes in the form of this 2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G63 we have today. With a reported 4,090 miles on the clock, this factory-fresh German steed is ready to cruise on the open highway and spruce up your driveway.
With each passing iteration, the iconic G-Wagen has undergone a metamorphosis, emerging as a more polished and refined version of its former self. Gone are the days of the clunky and cumbersome G-Class of old. For 2022, this beastly SUV boasts a new level of power and authority from behind the wheel. Among the options presented by AMG, the G63 is the apparent hero model that people recall when the G-Wagen is mentioned. This striking example of a 2022 Mercedes-AMG G63 is up for sale with only 1150 miles on its clock. Bearing a few optional packages onboard, this black beauty will give you an experience missed with luxury and adventure.
The 2018 AMG GT is yet another example of Mercedes-Benz's astonishing work, a brand known for grandeur and luxury. That year, the German brand went big by introducing four new variants to the GT lineup. What made its way into our inventory was the GT convertible, one of the standout models among them. And we couldn't be happier to offer you this masterclass in German engineering excellence with only 8,800 miles on its clock. Its capabilities and road manners will leave you inspired and reflect the brand's commitment to craftsmanship and innovation. Not only does it stand as an epitome of luxury, but it also represents success and flair. So it shouldn't surprise you if passersby look up as you cruise past them.
The 2016 Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG is a high-performance luxury sedan and part of the E-Class lineup. As the top-of-the-line AMG version in its class, the E63 has plenty to live up to, and the German automaker took no shortcuts in the development of this machine. Over four years, Mercedes cooked up 1,200 prototypes and drove 12 million kilometers in harsh conditions before they finally shook their head in agreement that the car was up to par. Now combine all that engineering with a long-standing history in racing, and you get a vehicle that strikes a perfect balance. This specific car is an example of that balance and is currently up for sale.
Open-top motoring and the 80s were a fun time to be alive. Away from all the 80s tech and new features was the legendary Mercedes-Benz SL lineup of the 80s. What you got was a car that stayed relevant from the early 70s until the late 80s as a car that was pure automotive nirvana when behind the wheel with the top down. Finding examples that are in good condition has increasingly become a rare sighting until today. Present in all its roadster greatness is this lovely 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Roadster we have today. With a reported 44,000 miles on the clock, being behind the wheel of this low mileage example calls for reliving the golden era of Mercedes-Benz and the 80s.
The SL nameplate by Mercedes has a rich history dating to the '50s when the famous 300SL Gullwing dominated the headlines. Not only did the company keep improving its legacy, but it also had models rolling out with outstanding combinations of luxury and performance. The 2004 Mercedes-Benz SL600 Roadster is a perfect example of the company's values going far beyond the three-pointed star on the hood. The SL600's specialty may be heavyweight punching capability, but it's not only about saving travel time. The ride is as smooth as you'd dream of from a vehicle that's this powerful. You'd be delighted to have this 2004 Mercedes-Benz SL600 Roadster as your daily driver, which reportedly only has 17,640 original miles on its clock. So take your chance on this SL600 and bathe in all the luxe and power it has to offer.
Ever wondered why the Mercedes-Benz G-Class has not only served as the manufacturer longest running production model while being a status symbol in the modern-day automotive scene? Well, this is your chance to find out yourself with this lovely 2018 Mercedes-Benz G550 we have today. Built with German precision and boasting luxury, class, and iconic styling, this is classy motoring done right. With 65,000 miles reported on the clock, this is not a garage queen and has been lovingly used and can be yours to enjoy today!
Full-size vans, which have ample interior space to transport cargo or passengers safely, are just as much a part of the industrial and commercial infrastructure of the nation as heavy-duty vehicles are. Among those boxes on wheels, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter offers businesses outstanding versatility and a host of cutting-edge features. This van's usage isn't limited to that; it can also be transformed into a roomy, luxurious area where people can travel comfortably. Midwest Automotive Designs is a company specifically created to do precisely that with Sprinter vans. This 2021 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 Diesel Custom is a brilliant example of one such personalized van. Specifically, this belongs to the Pro Series conversion that turns this big van into the ultimate luxury limousine. This Sprinter only has 8,910 miles on its clock and currently resides in North Carolina.
Few vehicles come close to achieving the utmost luxury experience in transportation as a car bearing the Maybach moniker. With a rich history of crafting opulent automobiles, Mercedes has cemented the Maybach name at the forefront of the industry. They unveiled the new Maybach GLS600 last year, which is a supremely deluxe version of their GLS three-row SUV. On top of that, it takes the crown as the most luxurious and well-appointed SUV in the broad Mercedes model lineup. This 2022 Mercedes-Maybach GLS600 4MATIC in our inventory is the perfect vehicle for the modern VIP on the go. With just 1,975 miles on its clock, you are getting it practically off the shelf!
The SL badge was never intended for road cars when it debuted in 1952 on the Mercedes-Benz 300SL racing car. We should thank American car importer Max Hoffman for suggesting that Mercedes-Benz develop a road-going version and challenge the personal luxury car segment. Cue 1954, and the first SL hit the streets. Since then, the SL has been a mainstay of Mercedes-Benz's lineup as their pinnacle two-seat sports car. It's not a supercar; it's a grand tourer. This 2020 Mercedes-Benz SL550 Roadster comes from the last year of production of the R231 generation and can be yours for the taking. What's better, it's only done 6,700 miles since new.
Are you on the lookout for an SUV that exudes opulence and performance in equal measure? The 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class GLS450 4MATIC may answer your prayers. This premier SUV has a notable history, with the first model being introduced nearly two decades ago. Over the years, the GLS-Class has undergone numerous renovations and enhancements, culminating in the refined and feature-packed vehicle it is today. With three spacious rows of seats, the 2022 GLS-Class allows your family to enjoy luxury in Mercedes-Benz style. Our subject 2022 GLS450 has completed a 20,665-mile journey so far and awaits in Texas for its next lucky owner.
Since 1954, the Mercedes-Benz SL has represented the best luxury grand tourer out of Stuttgart. It's seen long production runs and continues to this day as a Mercedes-Benz icon. The R230 generation saw a ten-year run from 2001 to 2011 and spawned some fine AMG variants. This 2005 Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG is one such example, and with 39,952 miles on the clock, it's clearly been run very lightly. What makes this 2005 Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG so special? Let's find out.
What do a Zeppelin, World War II tank engines, and uber luxury personal cars have in common? All three were produced by a company called Maybach. While Maybach has been a luxury brand of Mercedes-Benz since 1960, their history is rich. From 2021, Mercedes-Benz has used the Maybach brand to upscale its flagship S-Class further. The Mercedes-Maybach is produced in two variants, both sedans, the S580 and the S680. Up for grabs is a 2022 Mercedes-Maybach S680 4MATIC with a negligible 17 miles on the odometer.
From 2010 to 2014, the world witnessed one of the best supercars, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, a successor of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL and the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. Once production of the SLS was announced, it had shoes that would be hard to fill. In stepped the Mercedes-AMG GT in 2014. A grand tourer made in the coupe and roadster body styles. Multiple variants of the GT were made. One of these was the Mercedes-AMG GT C Roadster, the roadster version of the performance-oriented GT C coupe. A 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT C roadster is up for grabs with just 10,150 miles on the odometer and ready for a new home.
If you have a thing for classic European sports cars, or more specifically, roadsters, then the R107 chassis number by Mercedes-Benz is undoubtedly something you've heard of before. You see, the R107 model and its many variations were the best of what Mercedes had to offer, borrowing bits and pieces from other models to become a piece of art that would be the second-longest single series produced by the automotive giant after the G-Class. There's no mistaking the R107 for anything else. It's a unique piece of automotive history, a collector's delight if you will, and its fan base is as dedicated as any. If you wish to own a significant piece of modern automotive history, then you've stumbled across the right vehicle; this magnificent 1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SL Roadster could be yours.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class started life as a military off-roader and was developed into a civilian vehicle after a bit of prodding by the Shah of Iran. The first civilian variants entered the market in 1979 and, in true Mercedes-Benz fashion, started getting luxurious. By 1981, air conditioning and automatic transmissions were offered. AMG also got their hands on the G-Class and endowed it with more power, poise, and capability, as is their style. The G-Class nameplate continues to this day, and we've got a 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 with just 8,800 miles on the clock. Looking for an off-roader with over 500 horsepower, luxury to rival an S-Class, and genuine off-road capability? Step this way.
One of the world's greatest SUVs gets even better with the finesse and touch of legendary BRABUS to create a monster of a machine. This Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG BRABUS 800 Edition is a rare and desirable vehicle for all automotive enthusiasts. With only 4,600 miles on the clock, it's a vehicle that's basically new in every single way, with plenty of performance and visual enhancements to the base vehicle. This monster is ready for anyone who dares to claim it as their own.
The venerable and sturdy 124 series from Mercedes-Benz graced the world for over a decade. Its successor, the newly named Mercedes-Benz E-Class, bears the torch as Mercedes-Benz's go-to midrange model. With five generations under the belt, this executive car range is now in its fifth generation, which was introduced in 2016. The fourth-generation E-Class was produced from 2009 to 2016 and featured a few face-lifts. The top-of-the-line variant is the E63 AMG, a robust and powerful car that exceeds expectations. Up for grabs is a 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG with just 93,000 miles on the odometer and ready for a new home.
While Mercedes-Benz was officially founded under that name in 1926, its lineage traces all the way back to 1886. Throughout Mercedes-Benz's illustrious history, they produced many sought-after vehicles and have become the go-to luxury and German luxury car manufacturer. In 1995 the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter was introduced, a light commercial vehicle or van. Currently in its third generation, the Sprinter has taken Mercedes-Benz's reliability to the commercial market and is a highly prized workhorse. Up for grabs is a not-so-run-of-the-mill 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 1500 converted to a custom mobile office to keep you on the go, anywhere you go.
Mercedes-Benz has been embarking on a range-plugging exercise for at least a decade. The Stuttgart luxury automaker aims to offer something for everyone. Do you want a four-door compact executive car with coupe-like styling? Enter the Mercedes-Benz CLA. First introduced in 2013, the second generation came about in 2019. This 2022 Mercedes-AMG CLA 35 is a fine example if you're looking for a small yet potent four-door from Mercedes-Benz but don't want to go to a C-Class. It's got just 3,000 miles on the odometer, making it virtually brand new.
Initially developed for military use in 1979, Mercedes-Benz' boffins themselves could not have envisioned the original G-Wagen becoming a luxury SUV, particularly by 2018 when the W463 second generation debuted. Yet, the G-Class never lost its sheer off-road capabilities, and with the right set of tires and wheels, your luxury G-Class can cut it in the rough and tough. This 2021 Mercedes-Benz G550 has just 7,774 miles since new and is ready for the urban and rural jungle.
The story of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is interesting because it shows how an influential person can influence an automaker to create an icon. Created by Mercedes-Benz in response to a suggestion by the Shah of Iran, the G-Class debuted in 1979 as a boxy and utilitarian off-roader with go-anywhere capability. Fast forward to the current era, and it's still boxy but luxurious. It still retains the go-anywhere capability. All you've got to do is swap out the low-profile tires for something chunkier. This 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 has been tweaked by AMG to be a powerhouse and comes to you with just 9,300 miles on the odometer. Read on to find out why you should seriously consider it.
There have been several icons in the world of open-top motoring, but one stands out with its sleek body lines and exceptional build quality. The Mercedes-Benz R107 is a timeless classic and, when released, was a major hit in the automotive arena. The iconic styling and performance still turn heads to this day, Don't take our word? Just look at this 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL we have today, for instance. With a reported 159,000 miles on the clock, this classic German cruiser is Mercedes-Benz 80s royalty and can be yours to cruise into the weekend.
Very few iconic names in the automotive scene match up to the prestige and history of the legendary Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Over the years, the S-Class has proven to be a luxury suite on wheels, much like this 2007 Mercedes Benz S550, we have today. This car represents luxury motoring in all its glory, with a reported 85,000 miles on the clock.
Well, here's something that we don't typically see on Exotic Car Trader. We've handled a few vans, campers, and even an ice cream truck, but a cargo-focused panel van like this 2022 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo is indeed rare. In case you didn't know, Mercedes-Benz also manufactures commercial vehicles, ranging from vans to large city buses and semi-trucks. This 2022 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo bears just 1,600 miles on the clock and looks like it rolled off the assembly line yesterday. What can you do with it? The possibilities are endless!
Classics and vintage vehicles have a certain appeal to them that the sleek modern cars of today cannot match up to. When that classic car is a Mercedes-Benz, that appeal is increased tenfold. We all know the durability and Mercedes-Benz's immaculate engineering of their vehicles has earned them a name at the top. Mercedes-Benz dates back to 1901, and during the 50s, the legendary Mercedes-Benz 300 SL was introduced. Its successor is the Mercedes-Benz W113, a two-seat roadster/coupe which was produced from 1963 to 1971. Up for grabs is a 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL with less than 4000 miles on the rebuilt engine and in excellent condition after over 50 years.
The Mercedes-Benz SL-class has represented the pinnacle of two-seat sports cars and grand tourers since Mercedes-Benz introduced the lineup in 1954. While the R107 generation, of which we've sold many, is iconic, what followed in the shape of the R129 took the SL to greater heights. This 1991 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster belongs to that generation and comes to you with just 43,700 miles reported by the current owner. One key is also included in the sale.
Over the years, the humble G-Class has grown away from its rugged military persona into a symbol of luxury and sophistication. If you want the best luxury off-road offering from Mercedes-Benz and years of perfecting the formula of a luxury SUV, this 2016 Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG might be the one for you. With a reported 47,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is weekend cruising and practical motoring done right.
The 80s saw a significant shift in the automotive world and trends. Out with the analog, digital dashboards and quirky features were all the fads. With manufacturers jumping on the digital hype train for higher sales Mercedes-Benz and its lineup of roadsters didn't budge and stuck to its guns. Present today is a fine example of Mercedes-Benz royalty and comes in the form of this 1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL. With a reported 16,900 miles on the clock, this is a true survivor and is a close representation of a factory example.
The Mercedes-AMG GT is a pure racing thoroughbred from the stables of the German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz. A successor of the popular Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, the Mercedes-AMG GT is a grand tourer that was in production from 2015 until 2021, when the Mercedes-AMG SL-Class succeeded it. The GT is a grand tourer produced in coupe and roadster styles. Variants include the S, C, R, R Pro, Black Series, Track Series, and the GT2 Edition. If you're looking for a Mercedes-Benz car that will set you apart from the regulars, this 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster is for you, as it comes with just 44,000 miles on the odometer and a host of factory goodies.
Mercedes-Benz and AMG are masters at their craft, throw in a convertible body style and an AMG badge, and you have a performance machine that looks good, feels great, and can serve as the perfect car to scoop up those twisty turns on a back road. Looking to get in on the fun? This 2017 Mercedes-Benz AMG S65 Cabriolet with just 12,000 reported miles on the clock is a prime example of Mercedes-Benz luxury and AMG ingenuity.
Do you want to cruise around looking like a movie star? This 1986 Mercedes-Benz SL560 Roadster is one way to do so if you’re a fan of the Seventies and Eighties Hollywood, especially the cars that the stars drove on, and off the screen. The R107 generation SL was well received in North America over its 18-year production run. In fact, Mercedes-Benz built a shade over 300,000 for the entire world. This car comes with a claimed 117,000 miles, albeit the seller reports a non-functional odometer. Don’t let that put you off, as these cars are engineered and built tough, and with the right care, can live for decades to come.
In our contemporary lifestyle, we like it if our cars are luxurious and smart. However, when the time comes to talk about it, we wish it were a track weapon that can gap boring cars by miles. Mercedes-Benz’ tuning partner AMG offer perfect solutions for this case. As Mercedes creates luxury and elegant cabins on wheels, the wild bunch at AMG turns them into beasts with engines with gazillion horsepower that allows them to spin around cones and blow smoke from the rear tires. That’s why we think this 2020 Mercedes-AMG C63 S Sedan is perfect for you if you want best of both worlds. This is a New Yorker with only 5,100 miles on its clock. It also brags many optional packages to give you the prime experience of a luxury sports car.
While most Mercedes-Benz cars are appreciated and much sought after, no model is as desirable as the gull-wing door Mercedes-Benz 300 SL from 1954. The SL-Class is Mercedes-Benz’s answer to the luxury grand touring segment. The SL stands for Super Leicht, or super light, owing to the car’s lightness and ease of ride. The 300 SL being the progenitor of the SL-Class was actually made for the Grand Prix until an American dealer convinced Mercedes-Benz to market it to the as an ultra-luxury model. With seven generations under its belt the SL-Class has proven that it is a model that will stand the test of time. Up for grabs is a 2008 Mercedes-Benz SL 55 AMG with a Renntech tune, and comes with just 17,000 miles on the odometer.
Mercedes-Benz rings the bells of sophistication married with luxury in automobiles and the fine artisanship of German reliability. As time prepressed, cars were no longer a transportation plaything or a platform to showcase works of art. Safety of the passengers played a critical part in producing cars. Mercedes-Benz presented the 450SLC that perfectly embodies what those modern standards stood for. Also, it belonged to the Benzes' prestigious SL line of vehicles. Meaning Super Lightweight, the SL moniker was borne by the mightiest Mercedes sports cars since the iconic SL300 was introduced to the world. Since then, the following series of high performance SL sports cars enjoyed heaps of success, and most are now popular classics. We are pleased to bring this desirable 1974 Mercedes Benz 450SLC to you, which is located in New York. This prestigious two-seater touring car displays 52,000 miles on its odometer and comes with a new OEM leather Interior.
The 80s and Mercedes-Benz is a love story to automotive history; the W124 generation was nothing short of the golden standard of German automotive engineering. Fast forward to today, and the number of surviving examples prove that statements made that they were cost-no-object Benzes are true. With its over-engineered build quality and 80s looks, this 1988 Mercedes 300CE Coupe is a representation of Mercedes-Benz's golden years. Clocking in at a reported 179,845 miles on the clock, this is an example that has been taken care of and in search of its new owner to be enjoyed for many years to come.
If you grew up in the 80s the sight of a Mercedes-Benz Roadster meant the person driving it meant business. The class and looks of the R107/SL in particular was one at the most busiest part of town and on a lovely stretch of coastline. While many R107 and C107 models were sold worldwide, the North American 560 SL is a rare piece until today. What we have today is a lovely 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Roadster that has just a reported 80.100 miles on the clock, making it a low mileage example and the perfect way to wind up your busy week.
The Mercedes-Benz “Super Leicht” or SL-Class has a long and colorful history, first being seen on 1954’s 300SL “Gullwing”. What a way to start a model, with an iconic, powerful, and eye-catching debut. Along the way, the SL has racked up many accolades and cemented itself as the pinnacle of Mercedes-Benz two-seat grand tourers. Along the way, one of the longest model runs was with the R107 generation, which spanned 1971 to 1989, and was a Hollywood favorite. This 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL hails from that generation, and is a fine example of the class. With just 82,000 miles and in great condition as the pictures pay testament to, could this be your next weekend cruiser? It’s even ready to be your daily if you desire.
Mercedes-Benz acquired AMG to produce powerful, performance-oriented vehicles. When Mercedes-Benz acquired Maybach in 1960, a German luxury car brand founded in 1909, it had great things in mind for the brand. Maybach was used to differentiating special editions of regular Mercedes-Benz cars. Mercedes-Benz used the Maybach brand as the platform to add all the luxury and technology that could be crammed into a car. The very first Mercedes-Maybach cars were the Maybach 57 and the Maybach 62. The brand was discontinued in 2012 due to poor sales, until its revival in 2015 and surprising success ever since. If you desire ultra-luxury class and comfort, then an opportunity to own an opulent car is at hand in the form of this 2022 Mercedes-Maybach S580 4MATIC with a negligible 18 miles on the odometer.
Mercedes-Benz is known for its quality and luxury, but through its AMG division, the brand has also made a name for its ability to create amazing sports cars and vehicles built for competition. The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT Roadster is the prime example for this. Elegant, beautiful, but also raw and extremely powerful, this car is the dream of many. This particular 2018 model comes with everything you would desire of the AMG GT Roadster, but with a range of other performance enhancements and visual upgrades, to become a monster of a vehicle. With only 9,300 miles on the clock, this car is a steal.
Mercedes-Benz's roots date all the way back to 1883 when it was known as Benz & Cie. Their slogan of "the best or nothing" has translated into creating some of the world's best and widely recognized cars. From 1997 to 2020, the Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class was produced; it was a series of mid-size luxury coupes and convertibles. The second-generation CLK-Class was made from 2002-to 2010; it was during this time that Mercedes-Benz introduced the most powerful CLK-Class of the time, which was the Mercedes-Benz CLK63 Black Series. A rare chance to own these magnificent cars is at hand with this 2008 Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Coupe Black Series car, which has just 12,765 miles on the odometer.
Since 1883 what we know today as Mercedes-Benz has been around in some form or another. The Company has managed to outlive two world wars and countless upheavals. Throughout the decades, Mercedes-Benz has produced some of the most remarkable and sought-after vehicles in the automotive industry. Shortly after World War 2, Mercedes-Benz introduced the Mercedes-Benz 170 S, a luxury car produced from 1949 to 1955, aimed at successful business owners and company directors. The S suffix stands for Sonder Model-special model, alluding to its high level of luxury and comfort. A rare chance to own a fully mechanically rebuilt 1951 Mercedes-Benz 170 S with just 63,000 miles on the odometer after the rebuild is at hand.
With life being fast-paced, multitasking has grown in importance over the years. If one owns a car that can multitask, that car is sure a hot seller; for instance, if you wanted a practical 4 door sedan with a healthy dose of supercar-scaring performance, Mercedes-Benz and their lineup of AMG tuned compact sedans sure do the job right. Take a look at this 2019 Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG for example. With just 59,000 miles on the clock this is the perfect way to get around as well as hit the track hard when you feel like it.
It's the 80s! Good times are at every corner, but you need the perfect car to cruise down to the club on a Friday night; what's your poison? The Mercedes-Benz SL surely tops the list in many ways. It's a car that looks more expensive than it is, and a Mercedes-Benz logo on the front signaling German class and reliability. The R107 generation of the Mercedes-Benz SL roadster really put the Stuttgart manufacturer on the map. Wondering why they were so popular? Here's one for you to try out. Up for sale today is a 1983 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 380SL Roadster with a reported 100,400 miles on the clock. The sale includes a lot of documentation and sales literature, making this car a safe purchase.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has represented the pinnacle of German craftsmanship in a full-sized automobile since its beginnings way back in 1954. Whilst the large, four-door sedans were squarely aimed at those who demanded to be driven in luxuriously appointed rear seats, Mercedes-Benz also produces the S-Class Coupe and Convertible for the discerning few who relish taking the wheel, with minimal compromises. Behold, the presence of Germanic Grand Tourers such as this sixth-generation 2016 Mercedes-Benz S550 4MATIC that carries just 56,000 miles since new, and comes to you from New York. This car has some tasty upgrades over and under the skin as well. Receipts are said to be provided for all work done on this car, for added peace of mind.
The Mercedes-Benz SL badge had a star-studded debut way back in 1954, on the gorgeous 300SL Gullwing, one of the German automaker’s most iconic models to date. SL Stands for ‘Super Leicht’, and denotes a highly luxurious grand tourer from Mercedes-Benz. Whilst the nameplate is currently on its seventh generation with the R232, the R107 of 1971 was arguably the longest-runner, with a production run of eighteen years. It was sold as a personal luxury car in North America. This 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450SL Roadster belongs to the R107 generation and is a Virginia car with 74,568 miles on the clock. The current seller has owned the car for a few years and done some refurbishment work on it. One key is included with the sale.
The luxury SUV market is one of the fastest-growing markets in the automotive industry. Each manufacturer has its version of a luxury SUV and Mercedes-Benz arguably has perfected the recipe with their G-Class. The vehicle was originally intended for rough utilitarian use but has now become a symbol of success and standing out from the crowd. Couple this with performance from the folks at AMG and you got one a vehicle that is a superb all-rounder. Luxury and performance are two key things but standing out and making a statement is what the G63 AMG does best. The 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 was so good at doing this in fact the folks over at Car and Driver stated that “If feeling like a celebrity on your daily commute is important to you, The G63 comes with this feature as standard” Still don’t believe us? This 2021 Mercedes-AMG G 63 might make you think differently. With just 10,563 miles on the clock and looks that demand anyone’s attention, this is your chance at commanding the roads with style.
If you want a sporty and fast Mercedes-Benz, you are more than likely to settle for an AMG model but what if you want your Star to be more luxurious and a regular S-Class just won’t cut it? The folks over at Mercedes-Maybach always come up with the answer to that burning question for the uber-discerning. The Maybachs’ are in a class of their own, the best in terms of what Mercedes-Benz can do as a luxury brand, and then some. The latest offering by Maybach sure took the car world by storm and somehow makes the Mercedes-Benz S-Class even better in terms of luxury and performance. Don’t believe us? This beautiful 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Maybach S580 4MATIC that you see here might change your mind. Located in New Jersey and with just a reported 2100 miles on the clock this car gives you a reason to hire a chauffeur and enjoy the drive from the back whilst basking in luxury.
When the topic of Mercedes-Benz-inspired SUVs is brought up, most people can only imagine the boxy G -Wagen that is famous worldwide, but Mercedes has more than just one SUV up its sleeve, and it has been that way for a very long time. The GLE, previously known as the M-Class, has been produced since 1997 as an in-betweener from the GLC and GLS. The mid-sized SUV has seen four generations so far. This 2019 Mercedes Benz GLE Coupe 63 AMG-S is the sporty sibling from the latest generation and is currently seeking new ownership.
Mercedes-Benz redefined the luxury grand tourer when they released the iconic 300SL Gullwing in 1954. Since then, the SL has been their pinnacle two-seat offering for the well-heeled. This 2017 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG hails from the R231 generation, which was offered between 2012 and 2020. Coming in the most potent SL65 form, it's done 19,000 miles to date and is ideal if you want a Mercedes-Benz that's best savored as a selfish pleasure. Read on to find out why you should seriously consider it.
With Mercedes-Benz's arch-rival having commercial success with their i-Series of vehicles, Mercedes-Benz has decided to enter the electric world and compete with the rest. Safe to say that electric vehicles are here to stay, and Mercedes-Benz's spin on it is in the form of the Mercedes-Benz EQS, a fully electric luxury liftback released in 2021. As of 2022, the Mercedes-Benz EQS is offered in three variants, with the EQS 580 4MATIC being smack in the middle. If you want to step into the future of Mercedes-Benz, then this 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 4MATIC Sedan is just for you, as it comes with just 3975 miles on the odometer and is equipped with a plethora of factory options.
The SUV market is at an all-time high, with every manufacturer looking to get a piece of the pie. With the high competition and rush to fill up one's balance sheets, the idea of an SUV has sadly been lost in translation. The vehicle we have today, however, boasts rich pedigree, comfort, and class like no other and has grown amongst all the tough competition and comes in the form of this lovely 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC we have today. With a reported 35,200 miles on the clock, this is SUV royalty like never before and yours to drive home today.
Car ownership as a petrolhead can be quite costly; you need a daily to get the family around and a track car for the weekend to get your adrenaline rush. But what if you didn't need two cars? This 2016 Mercedes Benz E63 AMG S 4MATIC answers all your problems; with four doors, performance that raises eyebrows, and just a reported 41,750 miles on the clock, it's time you stop browsing and drive off in this German powerhouse today.
The Sprinter made its debut in 1995. Its fundamental usage scenario was for logistical purposes, although people started noticing its potential for other uses throughout the years. Long before the existence of vehicles, the nomad culture was practiced by humans around the world, but with the introduction of vehicles like this Sprinter, it became possible to carry all the luxuries of home anywhere you go. That is the inspiration behind this Sprinter. It has been custom-built to offer you an extensive list of home comforts while you are on the move, and it is ideal for someone who travels frequently or is just looking to go on a long adventure across the country without forgoing the comforts of their home.
Mercedes-Benz is a name that is synonymous with excellent German engineering, luxury, power, and sophistication. The German automaker has been creating some of the most desirable vehicles in history for decades, and it shows in the quality of their vehicles. While their line-up of modern vehicles is great, their vehicles of yesteryear are still great choices not only for collectors but also for any automotive enthusiasts. This particular 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450SL is an excellent example of this. With an elegant body featuring a stunning red exterior, this vehicle naturally attracts respect and reverence. Its powerful engine has no problem holding its own with any fellow road-goers. Bearing 139,300 miles on the clock, the car has already proven its longevity and resilience and is ready for you to claim ownership.
The SL-Class is a series inspired by racing heritage and known for its history of being a beautiful Teutonic sports car that lets you feel the wind in your hair while enjoying Mercedes-Benz's signature luxury. The model has seen many generations, this specific model being from the latter half of the fifth. The SL 63 AMG received some backlash when it was first introduced, as its weight, going over two tons, was nowhere near what regular sports car territory was. What people forgot was that this was still a Mercedes-Benz, and anyone in doubt was proven wrong once they spent a little bit of time behind the wheel of a perfect example of German engineering. This 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG is currently up for sale with a few modifications that make it competitive even within modern standards.
Mercedes-Benz is a name that is synonymous with luxury and impeccable engineering. No better example of this reality exists than the G-Class offering from the German automobile manufacturer. With a go-anywhere off-roader that doesn't disappoint the expectations of the pioneers of automotive engineering, this 2021 Mercedes-AMG G 63 4MATIC is a great choice to welcome home. Not only is it stylish, comfortable, and luxurious, but it is also capable, practical, and hardy, ready for any challenge that it may come across. Featuring some bonuses such as the AMG night package, according to the report, this G-Class sports a powerful engine with nearly 16,023 miles on the clock. Why not say yes to making her part of your garage?
Regardless of the overuse of words like "elegance, comfort, and luxury" that most of the older generation will use to describe a Mercedes-Benz, the German automaker has shown that they are more than capable and quite willing to loosen their ties, scruff up their hair, and produce cars that are nothing short of menacing. Take, for example, Mercedes-Benz's E-Class, a beautiful executive car that does everything an executive car should do, but why stop there? Mercedes certainly didn't; they concluded that the best thing to do was throw in a very angry engine that could take the car and its four doors from 0-62mph in under three seconds. That car is now called the Mercedes Benz AMG GT 63 S, and this 2020 example is currently up for sale.
The solid and dependable E-Class has served as a practical Germanic way of getting about over the years, but what if you were to inject some AMG performance into the mixture? What would be the result? This 2019 Mercedes-AMG E63 we have today can answer that question. With a reported 13,000 miles on the clock, this low mileage autobahn legend can be yours for performance-infused practical car ownership.
Replacing the iconic Mercedes-Benz 190SL and 300 SL is no easy feat; the German legends stole hearts while driving by on the motorway and powering through racetracks. What came after the iconic pair was the equally impressive Mercedes-Benz Pagoda, with a unique design and as the golden standard of German engineering driving off the dealership floors in those days was nothing but smiles. This well-preserved 1970 Mercedes- Benz 280SL Pagoda is present today in all its glory, with a reported 59,050 miles on the clock; this low mileage example is a near-factory example and yours to enjoy.
Merely browsing through Mercedes-Benz's AMG portfolio can convince a person that their offerings belong among the most luxurious vehicles with the freshest technology available. One of them stands out for a particular section of the community. The G-Class, better known as the G-Wagen, has become a status symbol to showcase wealth. This SUV's lineage is from a legendary off-roader, although many owners don't venture further than a grassy path. Nevertheless, it possesses sheer charisma that illogically fascinates people. That is why we love this 2018 Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 4MATIC in our inventory. It has a reported mileage of 35,720; if you’re from around Georgia, you might have easy access to it. So take your chance to own this undeniable status trophy.
The 2022 Mercedes Brabus S-Class is a platform to showcase Mercedes-Benz and its engineering prowess. Auto enthusiasts would find the latest tech and luxury features that make you want to kick back and relax. If you ever feel that your S class can do with a little more luxury and unique features, BRABUS is the place to go. With over 40 years of experience sprucing up your luxury German car, you sure can’t go wrong. For instance, look at this BRABUS S-Class for sale; it's perfection in every form. With just a reported 2,400 miles, you also get a host of neat factory options that are best experienced in person.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class or more commonly known as the G550 in the US has been in production since 1979 and is one of their longest-production models. While currently offered to the public as an ultra-luxury SUV, it is still being produced and sold to be used in various militaries of the world. From 1990 to 2018 Mercedes-Benz offered a special edition of the G550 called the G550 4x4², a G550 with much more off-road capabilities. It is described as a Humvee-like off-road capability with sportscar performance. A rare chance is at hand to grab this 2017 Mercedes-Benz G550 4x4² which has just 4,417 miles on the odometer.
Throughout Mercedes-Benz's colorful history since 1883, they have produced some of the best vehicles. This German manufacturer has outlived many of its rivals and as of 2022 has become one of the most sold luxury car producers alongside BMW and Audi. One of their long-standing models is the Mercedes-Benz G-Class or the G-Wagon, which has been in production since 1979 and is their second best-selling vehicle after the Mercedes-Benz Unimog. While the initial G-Class was built for military use, over time it had evolved into an ultra-luxury SUV and an AMG variant was offered as well. Available for immediate purchase is this 2022 Mercedes-AMG G63 with just 390 miles on the clock.
Choose a Mercedes-Benz S-Class from any generation since it appeared on the scene in 1972, and you’ll find a car that was the cutting edge of technology at the time it was introduced. With heritage spanning way back to 1954’s ‘Ponton’, the S-Class continues to represent the best that Mercedes-Benz’ boffins can muster. This 1990 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL Sedan up for sale with us right now represents the later years of the sturdy 126-series. Being a long wheelbase variant as denoted by the L in its name, it’s a V126 chassis code. The current owner reports some recent maintenance, and we see that the odometer indicates 114,031 miles at the time of photographing this car for sale.
With constant market changes and customer choices evolving rapidly, the 80s was a tough time for car manufacturers. However, looking back and your reminded that the 80s was a time where some of automotive’s greatest left factory floors, look at this lovely 1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible we have today for instance. With a reported 110,000 miles on the clock this German classic is a reliable classic that you can enjoy minus the heartache of owning and maintaining a classic car.
Owning an AMG-tuned Mercedes-Benz is a fun pastime. You get performance at the ready, and for the brave ones out there a little bit of practicality for the daily runs. What if you could balance the struggles of daily life, boast about performance figures, and own a little piece of Mercedes-Benz engineering? This 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT53 we have today sure fits the bill. With 35,449 miles on the clock, this German machine is the grown-up way of having fun, four doors for the family and performance to scare sports cars on the weekend.
Mercedes-Benz and its lineup of roadsters sparks years of history, from the early 50s and the 300 SL ruling the racetracks and the open road to every generation after it giving what customers desire, open-top motoring done right. Turn back the clock to the early 2000s, and with performance figures seeing an uptick with every car sold and customers demanding more from cars, the R320 generation of the Mercedes-Benz SL sure had to be on top of its game. With the legendary 3-point star and years of history, this 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500 was their answer to the ever-changing automotive world. With a reported 69,900 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is Mercedes-Benz, a survivor and one way of sprucing up your weekend.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class can trace its history way back to 1953, with the W120 Ponton starting off a line-up that remains to this day, as one of the finest German executive class cars. Going head-to-head with the BMW 5-Series and Audi A6, the E-Class is highly desired all over the world, and for some, the definitive choice of car. That’s why this sixth generation 2019 Mercedes-Benz E53 AMG 4MATIC+ is a hot ticket item, and with just 24,600 miles done since new, not likely to stick around. Act fast and it could be yours!
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been produced in various forms, including full-sized luxury sedans, limousines, and armored sedans. It was introduced in 1972 as a groundbreaking sedan for Mercedes-Benz as well as a car that had many “firsts.” The S stands for Sonderklasse, meaning “Special class.” With seven distinct generations under its belt, the S-Class from Mercedes-Benz is ranked as one of the top luxury cars in its segment. The sixth generation 2019 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG 4MATIC+ sedan with Renntech Tune is in pristine condition, with only 24,500 miles on the odometer.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class, or otherwise popular as the G-Wagen is undoubtedly the popstar among SUVs. Few vehicles can compete with the feeling that it gives when you have its steering wheel under your palms. The G-Wagen asserts its dominance with its grand, no mocking about appearance and its flamboyant interior gimmicks. Make no mistake though; it still can deliver insane off-road capabilities. Whereas the standard G-Wagen is merely quick, the AMG tuned G63 makes you sink into its seats when you press on the go pedal. Here is one such 2020 Mercedes-AMG G63 4MATIC that is ready to give you the time of your life. It only has 20,000 miles on its odometer and comes with interesting packages and specifications. So, hop on this deal to find out what Merc’s fierce SUV has to offer.
It’s a hard fact, not all cars age well. That’s why it’s a great thing that this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL is one of those cars that still looks good, and commands great desirability 33 years after it was born. The SL-Class by Mercedes-Benz dates back to 1954, and its third generation, known as the R107 ran from 1971 to 1989. From movie star, to being the car of choice for movie stars, this car’s value will only appreciate as time goes by. This specific example is from the last year of production, bears 113,000 miles on the odometer and has had some refreshment work done to it.
As we grow, so do our priorities, performance and speed turns to practicality and comfort. While many automotive brands cater to the latter, very few cars blend all those factors and provide customers with comfort that rivals high end luxury brands and have the power to scare performance cars. Very few cars, until you’ve set your eyes on this 2020 Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4MATIC that we have today. With a reported 24,321 miles on the clock this is German performance, practicality, and luxury in one precision package.
When it comes to luxury and performance very few manufacturers match upto the likes of Mercedes-Benz and their AMG line up. Built to fly under the radar with outrageous figures driving cars like this 2019 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG we have today perfectly represents the message AMG wants to put out. With a reported 30,500 miles on the clock this low mileage autobahn stormer is ready to take on the daily challenges of life the cool way.
The Germans have done it again. Taking their most luxurious SUV, the legendary G Class W 463A, and inserting the most potent engine, specially tuned suspension, and subtitle design enhancements, they created a hot rod widebody SUV. However, this particular 2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG G63 700 Widestar has some additional improvements thanks to Brabus, which took the concept of a performance SUV and turned it into 11. The Brabus conversion receipt reports Platinum Motorsports was responsible for the work done on this particular vehicle, which is an added reassurance. With reportedly only 1,500 miles to its name, why not take a step into a wilder life with this vehicle ready to take the streets and beyond?
Mercedes-Benz is a brand that is renowned for its rich automotive history. A constant innovator, ‘Benz’ as it’s fondly referred to by many has always been at the forefront of luxury and cutting edge innovation. In the modern day, this has not changed, with Benz continuing to innovate, utilizing more innovative technology for great driving pleasure. With the G550, the Benz name takes on the world of SUVs and now dominates the world of luxury SUVs. Certainly the most spacious, and perhaps even the most premium, with a price tag that alludes to the fact, the G550 provides a reliable, comfortable, and luxurious experience that is ready for both the road and what’s beyond. This particular 2019 Mercedes-Benz G550 comes with a number of goodies along with the amazing SUV that it is, including the AMG styling as well as some comfort and performance improvements. With only 32,000 miles on the clock, why wouldn’t you want to take this one home.
When Mercedes-Benz introduced the first ever top-of-the-line Mercedes-Benz S-Class in 1972, the automotive world hailed it as the groundbreaking sedan for Mercedes-Benz as well as a car that had many “firsts.” The S-Class, “S” stands for Sonderklasse, meaning “Special class.” It is produced in various forms, including full-sized luxury sedans, limousines, and armored sedans. It has been made under seven generations as of 2022. Up for grabs is a late sixth generation 2019 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG 4MATIC sedan in pristine condition and with just 23,500 miles on the odometer.
Anyone who’s owned a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or its predecessors brand-new at the time will likely have been very impressed with their new purchase. While the S-Class badge came into play in 1972, the model’s heritage extends way back to 1954’s Ponton. Representing the pinnacle of Mercedes-Benz’ engineering and technology, new features typically debut on an S-Class before filtering down the range as time goes by. That’s why this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL is still a technical tour de force, and comes with many features that you’d recognize as being on 2022-model cars too. Bearing just 78,600 original miles, you also receive a car cover, and the original manual plus tools and jack with the purchase. And you know what? Save weekend drives, this is a car you could daily very nicely, even in 2022!
"The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class, the envy of all the prestige-car makers," is how Car And Driver referred to the SL series — and we wholeheartedly agree. Its roots run back to racing, with the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, the first car to don the SL tag. As the market for personal luxury cars was booming, Mercedes offered privileged performance car enthusiasts the road-going version of their racing car, paving the way for the formidable Mercedes-Benz SL-Class series. If you're after sheer class from the 1980s, very few can rival what the 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Roadster can offer. The even greater news is the fact that this specimen is for sale by its original owner, a tell-tale sign that this car received a lot of love over the decades. Originally purchased from Mercedes Indianapolis, it has just under 16,000 original miles reported on the clock and currently resides in Indiana.
The luxury car market is ablaze with manufacturers trying to push out the next best thing; customers are treated to the best luxury money can buy. Amongst the fine leather and wood, Mercedes and their S-Class sure stand out, with marque providing customers with class and grandeur for decades, and when you add the AMG factor into the whole mix you get one luxury sedan that can scare some sporty cars while you bask in luxury. Thanks to AMG and Mercedes-Benz churning and its rich history of churning out cars that boast luxury and performance, you can't go wrong with this 2020 Mercedes-AMG S65 Sedan. With a reported 20,500 miles on the clock this luxury performance sedan is the perfect way to get about and slow life down, while accelerating it to warp speed at the right moments.
Track days can mean a big dent in your financials; the cost of running one and staying up to speed with others on the track can be an arduous task. Concluding a track day means returning in your fuel-sipping daily, hoping the next track day is coming soon. The folks over at AMG understand this pressing matter well and, for years, has given customers a taste of Mercedes-Benz luxury and practicality with the performance of cars that belong on tracks. Among the multiple marques of Mercedes-Benz machines that receive the AMG treatment, the CLS-Class is the cherry on top of the cake; look at this lovely 2015 Mercedes Benz CLS63 S AMG we have today, for instance. With a reported 38,000 miles on the clock, this German autobahn stormer is practical, and performance wrapped together in true AMG fashion.
Some may want an executive saloon, while others might have different needs from their mode of transport. Perhaps this 2018 Mercedes Benz GLE will fit just the right needs for you and your family. Packed with great technology and the plush luxury of what is expected of Mercedes, this vehicle is multi-purpose, functioning as a comfortable cruiser and luxurious traveler. Of course, with that luxury comes a number of delightful options to choose from, and that is all found inside and on the exterior. With only 30,500 miles on the clock, this vehicle comes with a few visual upgrades and many modern comforts that will certainly come in handy for your needs.
If you remember the Mercedes-Benz A-Class as the tall-riding subcompact from the Nineties that got a bit frisky under braking, erase that from your mind. Now all grown-up as a proper compact hatchback and sedan, the Baby Benz as it’s fondly known, is a great entry point into ownership of a Star. With just 500 miles, this may be Mercedes-Benz’ smallest offering, but it doesn’t skimp on luxury and comforts. Read on to find out why this car deserves a space in your garage.
While the A-Class is considered to be the entry level vehicle for those looking to own a Mercedes-Benz, the name tag carries a history of almost twenty-five years, and has developed immensely since 1997. When the A Class was first introduced, the car was nothing more than a compact vehicle that carried not much more than brand value. But Mercedes-Benz has developed over the years, and with it, the entry level A-Class that is now a sleek, and state of the art machine that is now considered to be the entry point for those who want to experience a piece of German automotive luxury. This fourth generation A220 sedan is currently up for sale with just over 32,000 miles on the odometer.
Now on the seventh generation, Mercedes-Benz’ S-Class is renowned for being the best full-size luxury sedan that the German automaker produces, and one of the best in the world. It’s a status symbol and statement of excellence. Did you know, though, that for those who like to drive rather than be driven, Mercedes-Benz also make the S-Class Coupe and Convertible? Formerly known as the CL-Class, these two-door Grand Tourers returned to S-Class badging from 2014 onwards. Here’s one such car, a 2017 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG, with just 20,500 miles on the clock, and being an AMG variant, you can be sure that it packs a punch.
The Mercedes Benz C-Class has been carefully balancing ingredients such as luxuriousness, aspiration, affordability, and sportiness since it was debuted. This is by no means an easy task, perhaps why it’s a losing game to try and excel in every aspect equally. This is why we love the Mercedes-AMG C63 S so much. It was made to focus on a specific job and that is to deliver a ferocious performance. It brags the trusty V8 power plant instead of the V6 and l4 engine of its lower siblings. This is your chance to have a taste of this action with this staggering 2016 Mercedes-AMG C63 S. Having clocked at 53,000 miles, this pampered car had all service maintained by Mercedes itself according to reports. If you dare to push this California Merc to its limits, it will undoubtedly give you the thrill of a lifetime.
At its foundation, the G-Class is a nearly 40-year-old military truck that has slowly evolved into a luxury vehicle. It is huge, angular, sturdier than a truckload of concrete and it is worth its significant price tag. It has grown so archaic in modern times that it is once again have become desirable. Thanks to this allure, we at Exotic Car Trader are well experienced in handling G-wagon sales. This exquisite 2017 Mercedes-AMG G63 4MATIC also made its way into our inventory all the way from Maryland. Having completed a 38,000-mile journey, it still remains untainted and awaits to make your presence felt wherever you arrive in it.
An E-Class or a 5-Series. Those are the choices for purveyors of top-shelf German executive cars. Yes, Audi, Volvo and even Volkswagen have offerings in the segment, as does Porsche, but these two stalwarts are considered a cut above the rest in the minds of the majority. The E-Class lineage dates back to 1993, with the E-Class nomenclature entering the scene forty years later. This 2016 Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG 4MATIC is from the fourth generation of the E-Class badged models, and comes to you with 31,300 miles on the clock. Fettled by Mercedes-Benz performance maestros AMG, it’s the most potent of the range.
Make way for the new 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 4MATIC+ SUV. For this year, it adds up equal parts of speed, comfort and other handful of updates to enjoy. It's new and exciting, and most importantly, it's a Mercedes-AMG, not a Mercedes-Benz, as it's part of Mercedes' AMG-branded performance models, while the GLE is the automaker's mid-size luxury SUV. This new and fierce beast has captured the attention of the whole SUV market. It also caught our eye, and we have this 2022 Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 4MATIC+ SUV with only 685 miles on the odometer in our inventory. Located in California, this SUV is a blast to experience (not literally) and ready to be sold to its next luck buyer.
This is what living the high life in the Seventies was like. Owning a large house, and driving a Mercedes-Benz SL. The R107 generation had a long production run from 1971 to 1989, and during that time, captivated the desires of many Americans. It permeated Hollywood, and was seen on the silver screen, as well as off it. US sales accounted for nearly 70% of all R107 production. That’s why cars like this 1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SL Roadster are still in high demand. This particular car comes with a light 58,000 reportedly original miles on the odometer, and all books and service records included with the sale. The toolkit is also included, for added originality. For sale by the second owner, it’s said to be a California car all its life.
Mercedes-Benz’s first foray into the luxurious grand touring sports car world was with the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. A gullwing and roadster beauty. The SL stands for Super Leicht, or super light, owing to the car’s lightness and ease of ride. While the 300 SL was an instant hit, it was initially produced for the Grand Prix and was not intended for the commercial market. All that changed when an American importer suggested they market it to the affluent segment. Thus, since 1954 Mercedes-Benz has been producing the iconic SL Class when in 2022, they renamed it Mercedes-AMG SL. A chance to own a 2012 Mercedes-Benz SL 550 with just 4,000 miles on the odometer is indeed rare, and here it is!
Few cars from the past reach legendary status, as the R107 generation of the Mercedes-Benz SL has done. With an eighteen year production run between 1971 and 1989, the R107 quickly became a Hollywood favorite, featuring in countless films, being driven by stars on, and off screen as well. Its timeless lines and Mercedes-Benz badge alone mark it out as a highly desirable car, especially if its in good condition as this 1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Roadster is. With just 37,787 miles on the clock, this example is a low-miler that’s ready to be driven and enjoyed by an enthusiast. It’s also got a numbers-matching motor and transmission as a further draw to a discerning buyer.
Since the Mercedes-Benz G-Class was first debuted, it made a habit of make everything seem effortless. Are you looking for a luxury vehicle that eat up miles in a blink of an eye? The G-Class is perfect. Do you want to concur rough terrain despite them being covered in mud or boulders? The G-Class got you covered. Into the bargain, it boast ravishing looks as well, explaining why it has found its way onto posters on bedroom walls. The beloved G-Wagon is a must have in your fleet, and here’s an outstanding example that will catch your eye from miles away. At first glance, it’s apparent that it’s not your average G-Class. It is for good reason too, this 2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G 63 is in fact a rare Mansory “Star Trooper” G-Wagon. It belongs to strictly limited production run of 20 models and with only 300 miles on its clock you are practically getting it out of the box.
The modern Mercedes-Benz is a car that’s packed with technology, sharp styling, and coveted the world over. It wasn’t that much more different forty or even fifty years ago. Let’s take the Mercedes-Benz W126 S-Class as an example. Introduced in 1979, the W126 is regarded as an iconic model of the Star’s lineup, even in 2022. The coupe variant, known as the SEC is the lesser-known choice for the well-heeled in the Eighties, as the Hollywood sweetheart R107 SL stole the show. If you’d like to buck the trend with a classic Eighties two-door Merc that isn’t an SL, this 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC is a fine contender for your attention, with just 75,000 miles on the clock since new: not bad for a 35-year-old car.
There’s something about classic ‘Mercs that continue to enamor the eyes of passers-by. They are sleek, sophisticated, and timeless. The same can be said about this 1974 Mercedes Benz 450SL Convertible, one of the finest automobiles that Germany had to offer at the time. Although reportedly coming with 124,600 miles on the clock, the car has stood the test of time and continues to ride and handle just as its expected to. Additionally, being a convertible, there’s ample opportunity for you to put the top down and cruise on your way to wherever you may go. If the soft-top doesn’t seem as attractive of an option, an optional hard-top is also included according to the seller reports. So why not say yes to some good old classic fun with this Mercedes and help preserve some of the finest works of classic German engineering.
Very few success stories from the automotive arena come close to that of Mercedes and the legendary SL lineup of the Seventies and Eighties. It was not just a pretty convertible, it was the convertible to have, and while it was an expensive piece of machinery back in the day, it was sold by the droves. What made it all so popular was pure German engineering and a car that suited the market very well. People loved it to the point that the car sold over 250,000 units in its 18-year production run. Looking for a classic convertible and never figured out why the Mercedes-Benz SL from the 80s was so popular; well, here's your chance to own one. With a reported 17,750 miles on the clock, this 1987 Mercedes Benz 560SL Convertible is reported also to be a former museum vehicle and is in almost factory condition.
Mercedes is a name known for luxury on the road, but with the introduction of the G class, it proved that it has the chops to provide the enjoyment of luxury and opulence even off the road. The G class has it all, the luxury aesthetic, the comfort and all the brand value that comes from a Mercedes Benz, while still appearing rugged, capable, and durable. This 2013 G-Class comes with the chrome package and a few other interesting additions to enhance its aesthetic and look, and being a 2013 model, would be a great choice if you’re on the lookout for a luxury SUV that doesn’t look like a computer. This 2013 Mercedes-Benz G550 reportedly has eaten up 90,000 miles so far but is still ready to clock in more in its lifetime.
As one of the big four automobile manufacturers hailing from Germany, Mercedes-Benz has always been associated with refined tastes and exquisite class. Mercedes-Benz’s foray into the world of SUVs was in the form of the M-Class in 1997, subsequently renamed the GLE-Class in 2015. The GLE is a middle ground option between the larger GLS and the smaller GLC. The GLE/ M-Class has four mid-sized SUV generations under the names. A 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 4MATIC with 19,058 miles on the clock and ready for a new home is up for grabs.
Mercedes-Benz is known worldwide for its craftsmanship and style in the automotive world. When Mercedes-Benz incorporated that same design language for a vehicle which was initially built for the military, it hit right off. People were clamouring to purchase the new G-Class from them. The G-Class is one of the longest-produced vehicles in Daimler's arsenal, as evident by its success throughout the decades. Up for grabs is an updated 2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class, the AMG G63 variant specifically, with just 6,500 miles on the clock and ready for a new home and owner.
In the Nineties and Two Thousands, Mercedes-Benz was on a range-plugging frenzy. It wasn’t unusual to be faced with nearly twenty model line-ups, when you factor in the differing body styles such as coupes, convertibles, sedans, hatchbacks, wagons, and sports cars, and that’s before you go into engine and transmission spec choices! This 2011 Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG is from that era of choice, and it’s the last of the CL-Class before it would become known as the S-Class Coupe thereafter. A Grand Tourer and Personal Luxury Car, the CL-Class ran over three generations between 1992 and 2014, and was in essence a two-door S-Class. This car bears just 95,000 miles, and is of the most potent AMG variant you could buy at the time.
Mercedes-Benz has a habit of revolutionizing the auto world with opulence every time they re-release their E-Class. They went at it again in 2019 with two new model designations, the E53 and the E450 that replaced the E400. It’s a striking example of the latter that you can see here. The E-Class nameplate stretches back to nearly 30 years and the E-450 variant belongs to its fifth-generation of production. While the main focus is on increased power output, the 2019 Mercedes-Benz E450 Coupe carry abundance of style and cutting-edge technology that the German brand has to offer. Located in Florida, our subject 2019 Mercedes-Benz E450 has just 15,200 miles on its clock. With bags of packages and optional add-ons onboard, this Merc is ready to be your staple of luxury.
While Mercedes-Benz' GT series was very much in the ally of sportiness and finesse, it wasn't appealing to most Mercedes consumers. How so? Well, the 2-door sports car was magnificent in every way but wasn't the luxurious executive vehicle you would choose to drive for your meeting on Monday morning. The solution however was simple. Introduce the AMG GT 63 S, a 4-door executive sedan with enough comfort to make you feel like royalty coupled with enough power to make you feel like this car should be nowhere else but on a track. The perfect juxtaposition. This 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 S has just over 11,400 miles on it and is looking for a new home.
The Mercedes-Benz G550 outwardly seems like the anti-Merc. It sticks out as a stark contrast to the rest of the offerings in the Stuttgart automaker’s range. However, the G550 is its most capable off-roader, and is a vehicle that was initially conceptualized for military use, way back in the Seventies. Assembled in Austria by Magna Steyr, the G550 is currently on the second-generation and once you step inside, it’s as luxurious as any upper-level Merc. If you’re up to the G550 lifestyle, this 2019 Mercedes-Benz G550 Sport is a fine way to embody it, as it’s got just 19,500 miles under its wheels.
As one of the top 3 luxury automobile manufacturers, Mercedes-Benz has clearly carved out a niche of its own in the automotive world. Mercedes-Benz's roots date all the way back to 1883 when it was established as Benz & Cie in Germany, throughout the decades it has evolved to what is presently known. 1994 saw then Daimler-Benz introduce the C-Class, a compact executive car lineup. The C-Class is currently in its fifth iteration. This 2019 Mercedes-Benz C63 S AMG comes with a host of options and is ready for a new home with just 14,000 miles on the clock.
Germany’s Mercedes-Benz has been at the forefront of luxury vehicle manufacturing since time immemorial. One of their models that fleshes out their ethos is the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. A luxury SUV with incredible power and performance. The G-Class is Mercedes-Benz's second-longest-running production model after the Mercedes-Benz Unimog. The G-Class came into being after the Shah of Iran suggested Mercedes-Benz develop a vehicle for the military. Its popularity demanded Mercedes-Benz produce a civilian version in 1979. A chance to own a fantastic example of this SUV is at hand in the form of this 2021 Mercedes-AMG G63 with just 4,200 miles on the odometer.
Renowned Mercedes-Benz aftermarket tuners AMG did such a good job on the firm’s models, that they were absorbed by Mercedes-Benz in 2005, and now have the honor of their models being known as Mercedes-AMG vehicles. That’s indeed a great achievement, and if you want to know why, this 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT R Coupe is a great way to learn. Produced from 2014 onwards, the AMG GT series is a fine grand tourer that can be had as a fastback coupe, or a roadster. The R variant is the higher performance variant of this already high performance car, and this example comes to you with just 3,469 miles since new.
The Maybach level of Mercedes-Benz is more than a car. It’s a status symbol. It’s the best of the best that Mercedes-Benz has and is for those who want the finest things in life. For years, the cream of the crop models has been the vehicles of the elite. It’s more than a car. It’s a space to escape to. An oasis, a secret garden. This 2017 Mercedes-Benz S550 Maybach 4MATIC has barely been driven, reported to have only 5,175 miles on the clock. Although a few years old, it comes with all the amenities and luxuries you would expect from a vehicle of this class and status. Why not consider this beauty as the vehicle of your choice?
The Eighties was a complete change up for the automotive world. Technology now played a big part, and there was no going back. You needed this tech to go alongside the Synthwave pumping on your stereo. While everything was changing, Mercedes-Benz and their SL lineup didn't. The lineup was so iconic that it didn't need a revamp. The C107 generation roadster was the stuff of legends and would just require some minor upgrades in terms of luxury to keep things interesting; after all, did you enjoy the Eighties without your stereo on full send? With a production run that spanned 18 years and the second longest-running single series produced by Mercedes-Benz, owning one is truly a treat. Why not drive off into the sunset with this lovely 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Roadster we have today. With 106,000 miles reported on the clock, this is Mercedes-Benz that has aged superbly.
Mercedes-Benz's answer for the blooming grand touring car segment was in the form of the Mercedes-Benz SL-Class. The SL-Class has been in production since 1954, and 2022 saw Mercedes-Benz rename the class to Mercedes-AMG SL. With seven generations of SL-Class, Mercedes-Benz has made a name for itself in the grand touring world. The first SL-Class was built for the Grand Prix and Mercedes-Benz had no intention of making a road version of the car until an American convinced the Germans to make one for the North American market. The fourth-generation Mercedes-Benz SL-Class was produced from 1989 to 2002. Up for grabs is a 2000 Mercedes-Benz SL500 with just 69,075 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Lone Star State, Texas.
Back in the Seventies, two doors, convertibles, and sports cars were a thing, and obviously, Mercedes-Benz didn’t miss out. In 1971, Mercedes released a fun little sports car and grand tourer called the SL, but little did they know it would turn out to be the second longest series to be produced after the G-Class. Back to the SL series, Mercedes released a few different versions, one of them being the 380SL on display today. Speaking of which, this 1982 Mercedes Benz 380SL is up for sale for those looking to experience a little bit of old school European performance.
There's something for everyone when it comes to the Mercedes-Benz lineup. For years the humble C-Class was their answer to a base level car that could comfortably ferry one's family around in luxury and class, but with the fourth generation (w205) there was a slight change up. The new level entry was the all-new CLA-Class which made Mercedes-Benz make the W205 C-Class larger and more luxurious; some even referred to the new C-Class as a mini S-Class. With a recipe perfected over the years in making well-engineered sedans and prices of fuel on the rise, the need for a comfortable and efficient daily run about is of utmost importance, just like this lovely 2019 Mercedes Benz C300 4MATIC we have today. With just 18,000 miles on the clock and two sets of keys included in the sale, you can't go wrong with this purchase.
Mercedes-Benz’ long-running E-Class is a fine example of the quintessential Teutonic German sedan. This executive car class offering has its origins since 1953, but the E-Class nameplate only appeared on the facelifted W124 in 1993. Currently on its fifth generation, the W213 E-Class can be had with, you guessed it, a banzai AMG variant, which is what this 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon represents. AMG was absorbed by Mercedes-Benz some years ago, and their models are now known as Mercedes-AMG, which is a fitting tribute to one of the finest tuner companies out there. This car sports just 1,275 miles on the clock, making it a brand-new vehicle that you can buy right now – no waiting lists to content with! What are you waiting for?
Three things we bet you didn’t know about the G-Class? One, it was developed on a suggestion by the Shah of Iran, who was a shareholder in Mercedes-Benz at the time. Two, it was meant to be a military vehicle, and not a civilian one, let alone something luxurious. Three, it’s manufactured on contract for Mercedes-Benz by Magna Steyr of Austria, and has been for all its life so far. Doesn’t quite sound like a Mercedes-Benz, does it? The G-Class is the most hardcore off-roading Mercedes-Benz SUV that you can buy today, and it comes with all the luxury trimmings you’d expect in their flagship offerings. This 2021 Mercedes-Benz G550 is a case in point. It’s a 2021 model with just 2,000 miles on the clock, making it basically brand-new and current generation, so if you’re looking to skip the queues and waiting lists mandated by the current supply chain issues in the automotive industry, quick, buy it before it’s gone!
Mercedes' trusty G-Wagon received a slew of amusing tweaks for 2016, including a new engine among other upgrades that takes this military-esque vehicle more towards civil side of the spectrum. The G-Class AMG's commanding presence is just what you need if you're the one who likes to showcase your status on wheels. But how can you enhance this attitude? The ‘Crazy Color’ edition is here to answer. Now, you can choose the G-Class AMG G63 and G65 in one out of five bright color, including Tomato Red, Sunset Beam, and Alien Green. Without a doubt, the extra cash you spend on this special-edition G will grant you with a hefty off-roader in style. If that is the mood, why not hop in this 2016 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G63 Sunset Beam Edition. Displaying 24,780 on its clock, this G will turn every trip you take in it to a special occasion.
The sixth-generation W222 S-Class carried Mercedes-Benz’s full-size luxury car torch with pride, building on the continuous innovation and cutting-edge technology proposition that the S-moniker is best known for. While a ‘regular’ S-Class is a fine car in its own right, there will always be a segment that want something more. For that, Mercedes-Benz offers a few Maybach variants. Maybach is now very much a part of the Mercedes-Benz empire, and this 2018 Mercedes-Benz Maybach S560 4MATIC is a fine example of one, with a mere 48,000 miles since new.
A trusted name in the automotive industry makes all the difference. If you are in the market for a comfortable roadster that compares with only the best in the industry, the SL lineup from Mercedes-Benz is sure up there. Purchasing an SL Mercedes-Benz means you're buying into years of experience in being the market leader in luxurious roadsters. With ample time perfecting the craft of a comfortable cruiser, this 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class SL550 with just 78,000 miles on the clock sure looks the part and is a great weekend companion.
The R107 series of Mercedes-Benz’ popular sunset cruiser SL model will be remembered as the definitive California Mercedes-Benz, owing to its popularity with film stars, on and off the silver screen. A Seventies or Eighties Hollywood flick or TV series wouldn’t be complete without an SL effortlessly purring by at some point. Why not catch some of that classic motoring action yourself, with this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL that we have for sale? It’s got 97,100 miles and is from the last year of production before the R129 took over.
Mercedes-Benz are known for an extensive line-up of passenger vehicles to suit almost any need. Between 1992 and 2014, they sold the CL Coupe as their flagship grand tourer, for the well-heeled who preferred driving to being chauffeured around, and wanted a two-door S-Class to roll around in. The CL-Class nameplate came to an end post-2014, but the model didn’t die. Instead, it was incorporated into the S-Class line-up, as the S-Class Coupe and Convertible. What we’ve got on sale here is a 2012 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG from the third generation with 47,000 miles on the clock.
Some of you might know the G-Class as the boxy luxury SUV that stands out from every competitor in its class, but the reason for that dates all the way back to 1979. You see, the G-Class wasn't always as luxurious as it is today. In fact, the very first version of the vehicle was developed for military purposes. Of course, the second-gen W463A has come a long way since then, and today, it's one of the most impressive and unique luxury SUVs that money can buy. This magnificent 2020 example is currently up for grabs with just 12,000 miles of labor since it rolled out of the showroom.
The G-Class, or G-Wagon by Mercedes-Benz was born out of military requirements way back in 1979, and is now the most luxurious yet boxy and purposeful Mercedes-Benz SUV that money can buy. Currently on the official second generation, the vehicle did not escape the capable talons of AMG, resulting in variants such as this 2020 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG that we have on sale. With just 24,000 miles done so far, it’s the ideal choice if you want the most capable Star on the market.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class has its roots back in 1979, when Daimler-Benz decided to create a rugged military off-roader which would be built by Magna Steyr in Austria. Soon enough, a civilian version hit the market and went through several iterations, and saw an extensive revamp in 1990, becoming the first generation, or W463. The W463 would run for 28 years before the W463A second-generation took over. What we’ve got here is a first-generation 2014 Mercedes-Benz G550 4MATIC for sale, with 132,000 miles under its belt.
Mercedes-Benz is a German luxury vehicle producer that needs no introduction whatsoever. One of their finest model line-ups was the Mercedes-Benz R107/C107 range of cars, produced from 1971 till 1989. These were classified as sports car/grand tourers. The R107/C107 were available in the SL and SLC configuration. Up for grabs is an impressive 1980 Mercedes-Benz 280 SLC Euro model, with just 66,562 miles on the clock.
When it comes to German automotive luxury, the benchmark will almost always certainly be Mercedes-Benz. Maestros in the luxury sedan segment, Mercedes-Benz have created some great examples, but non as luxurious and technologically advanced as the legendary S-Class. We can go on and on about how the S-Class has ruled the luxury saloon segment since its introduction in 1954, but this specific model isn't just an S-Class, it's an AMG variant, and it means business. With an extensive list of performance upgrades, the S63 AMG is for those who like sitting in a heavenly back seat while being chauffeured around, but also burn some rubber on the weekends. Speaking of extensive lists, this specific Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG has almost every additional extra you can think of. We'll go over them further down the line, but for now, keep in mind that this beast is up for sale with under 21,900 miles on the odo.
The G-Class has many incredible feats during its long production run; for one, it's one of the longest produced vehicles by Mercedes-Benz history, and has evolved into a luxury SUV from a utilitarian and military off-roader that could tackle any off-road circuit with ease. Today’s G-Class exudes luxury, class and performance in one boxy bundle. Sure, you could still enjoy a spot of off-roading, but its best enjoyed cruising in comfort and luxury. Why not cruise in style with this 2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G63 we have on sale. With just 421 miles on the clock, this AMG tuned luxury SUV is undoubtedly one of Mercedes-Benz's finest.
Mercedes-Benz are masters at segmentation. Take their S-Class uber-luxury model, for example. If you want to be driven in the back seat, cosseted by supreme comfort, and entertained by today, as well as tomorrow’s tech, you can choose the sedan, in standard or long wheelbase variants. If you take the wheel on weekends, there are AMG variants with over 600hp on some to help titillate you. However, if you are the sort who always, or predominantly does the driving, Mercedes-Benz offers the S-Class Coupe and Convertible line-up. This 2019 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG 4MATIC is from the C217 generation which is just one behind the current. With just 5,572 miles, it’s barely out of it’s pampers!
The German luxury automotive car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz is ranked as one of the top luxury automotive brands in the world. Their Sonderklasse, more commonly known as the S-Class is a full-sized luxury vehicle, which is also considered as Mercedes-Benz’s top-of-the-line model. While the S-Class name has been used since 1972, the model has its roots since 1954. It is currently in its seventh generation and is a testament to Mercedes-Benz's standing and brand strength. If you want your S-Class dialed up further in the luxury department, just head towards Maybach, or check out this 2016 Mercedes-Benz Maybach S600, up for grabs and comes with just 56,500 miles on the clock.
Did you know that the Mercedes-Benz G-Class isn’t actually manufactured by Mercedes-Benz? Since its introduction in 1979, it’s been made for Mercedes-Benz by Steyr-Daimler-Puch of Austria, now known as Magna Steyr. Putting all that aside, the G-Class gained a reputation for being a tough, no-nonsense off-roader that spared niceties and fripperies for sheer capability no matter the terrain. Of course, if it was to continue into the 2000s and beyond, it had to keep up with the rest of the Mercedes-Benz line-up and hence, the G-Class got luxurious. This 2019 Mercedes-Benz G63 Edition 1 is a perfect example of how that was achieved, whilst retaining the capability and tough ethos. With just 16,010 miles under its wheels, it’s an ideal candidate should you want the most no-nonsense Star on your driveway.
Mercedes-Benz stunned the automotive world when they released the SLK in 1996. Here was a stylish compact luxury roadster that offered a trick electro-hydraulic folding metal roof, granting the best of a metal-roofed coupe, with the open-topped motoring nirvana of a convertible. These cars have aged well, and are becoming desirable. Here’s one such example, a 1998 Mercedes-Benz SLK230 Kompressor from California that’s reportedly in showroom condition as per the seller. It’s got just 77,500 miles on the odo, and comes with the original first aid kit included.
The Mercedes-Benz SL sits at the top of the Stuttgart automaker’s sports car and grand tourer offerings, being a stalwart of the range since its origins in 1954, with the gorgeous 300SL Gullwing. Over the years, the SL has remained a showcase of what Mercedes-Benz can do in terms of cutting-edge technology, wrapped in a stylish two-seat body. The R231 generation ran between 2012 and 2020 before the latest R232 entered this year. That makes this 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL550 a fantastic low-mileage example of the R231 generation, with just 36,700 miles on the clock and is said to be a high-optioned car as well.
This 1980 Mercedes Benz 280SL.is a German import, shipped here in 1981. All original, 60,486 miles. Finished in MB champagne metallic paint, and dark brown leather interior with a plaid cloth middle. Has the classic aftermarket BBS wheels. The car has the paint matching hardtop and a black soft top underneath. Very few blemishes are noted on this car, being, the fuel gauge does not work, 1-2 paint spots most likely needing a respray, and the fuel accumulator is going to need to be replaced soon, these things will make it 100%. It just had Valve cover gaskets replaced, valve adjustment, new air filter, new spark plugs, timing done, injectors tested and cleaned, coolant flushed replaced and lines bled, and there is a new fuel pump. This car runs great, and 100% turns some heads.
The W205 C-Class you see here is the fourth generation in its segment. With the A-Class taking over as the entry-level vehicle in the Mercedes lineup, the W205 C-Class was designed with bigger dimensions than its predecessors and is often referred to as the 'mini S-Class.' Of course, Mercedes realized its potential in the performance department, and the C63 AMG was introduced in 2015. The German speedster we will go through today has just 32,250 miles on the clock. It has also been kitted out with a series of optional extras and is awaiting a new owner.
Mercedes-Benz is one brand that's synonymous with giving the world some of the most luxurious cars ever seen. Their S-Class line-up sure ticks all the boxes of a luxury car, and it's hard to imagine seeing anything better from the German manufacturer, that is until you've seen their lineup of Maybach models. Built to be the next level in luxury, the mere mention of the Maybach name commands respect and is highly regarded in the automotive world. Owning a Maybach means you prefer luxury and class over anything else. Take this 2022 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Maybach S580 4Matic, for instance. With just 25 miles since new, this luxury road yacht is a prime example of Maybach’s greatness and can be yours to kick back and enjoy life with comfort and the best in luxury.
The term SUV stands for a sport utility vehicle. An SUV could serve as a practical vehicle with good off-road capabilities back in the day. Fast forward to 2022, and the market for SUVs is jam packed with ultra-luxury offerings that would most likely break down at the sight of an off-road path or track. The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is one vehicle that has its roots deeply in military duty, and while this has changed over the years as is a symbol of luxury and style, it sure can rip up some off-road tracks when needed. With AMG performance and luxury to shame most luxury car owners out there, it's time you felt the G-Class charm with this 2021 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G63 4MATIC we have today. With just 15,000 reported miles on the clock, this sure is one capable off-roader and performance powerhouse.
AMG seems to be doing a fine job these days, especially if parent company Mercedes-Benz has deemed them worthy enough to enjoy their own model line-up. Impressive for a tuner company that started off as independent in 1967, and was totally absorbed by Mercedes-Benz in 2005. The Mercedes-AMG GT is a sports car and grand tourer that was produced between 2014 and 2021, and the first of the Mercedes-AMG line. The car enjoyed a prominent role as the official Safety Car for Formula 1 from 2015 onwards, with the GT R variant prevailing in the role from 2018. If you’re looking for one, here’s a 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R Coupe with just 11,017 miles on the clock that’s ready for action.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is widely renowned as one of the finest luxury German sedans around, with a rich history stretching back to 1954. Owning an S-Class is a badge of pride, and driving or travelling in one is an experience. Whilst the S-Class experience is typically tailored towards back-seat passengers, there are some driver-focused variants as well, such as this 2016 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG S Sedan 4MATIC which has been lovingly massaged by in-house tuners AMG. With just 40,000 miles on the odometer, this car carried an MSRP of $147,875 when new.
The perfect way to describe Mercedes-Benz and its grip on the automotive industry is sheer dominance on many fronts. Their convertible and roadster offerings, the R107 SL, played a big part in the market for a convertible for 18 years and was even Mercedes-Benz's 2nd longest ever running series made by the manufacturer. With prices soaring and good examples being harder to find, this 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560 sure is your ticket into the golden years of Mercedes-Benz roadsters. With a reported 66,000 miles on the clock, your Sunday cruises are now made more exciting.
The Mercedes-Benz SL might never have come to be, way back in the Fifties, if an American importer hadn’t suggested to the German manufacturer that they should make a street version of their 300 SL race car. The result was the 1954 300 SL, which brought the trademark gullwing doors and iconic shape, eyebrows over the wheels and all, to the American personal luxury car market. Fast forward to 2022, and the R232 generation has just been launched. Along the way, the R107, which ran for eighteen years between 1971 and 1989 was one of the most iconic. Loved by Hollywood and driven on and off screen by celebs of the day, this 1985 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Roadster is your ticket to entering those glorious boulevard cruising times. It’s got 130,000 miles on the clock, but don’t let that dissuade you as the seller has a log of documents and maintenance records over the years to showcase that it’s been looked after.
With the rise in demand for SUVs in all forms, manufacturers are rushing to push out the next best thing for the segment. Some have increased the size of their offering and include a host of features to ensure their customers opt for something different, but others perfect a well-developed formula. The Mercedes-Benz GLS is one of those vehicles proven to be a significant commercial success for Mercedes-Benz, continuing to this date. With this 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC, you sure would be driving off in a vehicle that's perfected its formula of luxurious full-sized SUV over the years. With just 4,700 miles on the clock, this practical and handsome Germanic machine is basically brand-new.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the Star’s top-shelf offering in the large luxury sedan segment. There are few cars that are more pleasurable and comforting to be driven in. However, what if you want a large two-door grand tourer with all the accoutrements of an S-Class, but for you to drive? Currently, there’s the S-Class Coupe. Pre-2014, there was the CL-Class. Standing for ‘Coupe Leicht’, the CL-Class ran between 1992 and 2014 over three generations. This 2012 Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG is the last of the era, hailing from the facelift of the third generation. Coming to you from North Carolina, it’s done just 21,500 miles, and has three years remaining on its extended four-year CPO warranty.
Mercedes-Benz W110 model entered the automotive scene in 1961, to compete in the Executive Car segment. It was one of the renowned ‘Fintail’ series that replaced the legendary ‘Ponton’ that preceded it. Over 628,000 W110s were built in total and sold around the world, with assembly taking place in Germany as well as Venezuela and Australia, over two series. This 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230 Sedan is from the second series that ran between 1965 and 1968. Whilst the mileage is not known on this Virginia car, the pictures show it to be in good condition, inside and out, and a worthy contender for someone with an interest in classic Mercedes-Benz vehicles or Sixties German cars. Just 40,258 units of the second-series 230 variant were built.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a solid contender in the premium compact car category. It’s an age old recipe of German reliability and practicality mixed with modern tech. Whilst this sounds good, what if you wanted performance thrown into the mixture. If you do, the AMG tuned Mercedes-Benz C-Class is the one for you. You got practicality and performance mixed into one neat package just like this 2018 Mercedes-Benz C- Class AMG C63 S Sedan present here. Located in Florida and with just 38,000 miles since new this practical German powerhouse can be yours to hoon around a track and enjoy the daily run as well.
The most iconic generation of Mercedes-Benz’ long-running SL model is arguably the third-generation R107. Produced for eighteen years between 1971 and 1989, the R107 was a staple in Seventies and Eighties movies, driven by well-heeled ladies and gents. These cars were a massive hit in Hollywood too, with many celebs at the time owning one. It’s no surprise then, that they still turn heads when cruising. Get in on that head-turning action by purchasing this 1973 Mercedes-Benz 450SL Roadster. Coming from Missouri, it’s got 92,000 miles on the clock and runs beautifully, according to the seller. Three sets of keys and a car cover are included in the sale.
Mercedes-Benz’ S-Class represents an incredibly high level of luxury, refinement and comfort from the famed German automaker. Since 1954, the S-Class has been a tour de force, introducing many features that are taken for granted on almost all cars today. What if you want something a bit more than the regular S-Class? That’s where Maybach enter the scene, taking the already fine S-Class and upping the stakes further. This 2022 Mercedes-Benz Maybach S580 4MATIC has just 66 miles on the clock and comes from Florida, making it an ideal option if you need a brand-new uber-luxury car, pronto.
The S-Class lineup of Mercedes-Benz is a name trusted by many in terms of pure luxury and class. Owning one means you made it in life, and driving one is an experience you couldn’t easily forget. While luxury was its key selling point, the engineering to bring it all together was truly magnificent irrespective of generation; However, if you were to throw it back to the golden years of the S-Class, the W126 marque stands out. Being the 2nd generation of the S-Class meant you had a name to live for and build for the years to come. The W126 did this in spades, just have a look at this wonderful 1991 Mercedes-Benz 420SEL Sedan we have today. Located in New York and with just a reported 76,500 miles on the clock, this luxury German sedan is the perfect low mileage comfortable Sunday cruiser or even a daily driver.
The Mercedes SL line, standing for "Sport-Leicht" (Super Light), is a range of sports cars that has been in production since 1954. This Mercedes Benz SL 63 AMG is a two-door sports car from the R230 generation that was first introduced in 2001. By 2009 the model had undergone cosmetic changes and performance upgrades, with a significant facelift introduced in 2008. The SL 63's updated appearance serves as a testament to Mercedes' design philosophy for that era. This fine 2009 Silver Arrow edition — reported to be 1 of 100 in this configuration — is currently up for sale in California. It is said that the car has recently gone through its maintenance and service checks and has spent 98,910 miles on the road.
Turning up in a Mercedes-Benz S-Class makes a lasting impression. Regardless of country, the presence of an S-Class signifies that someone important is in attendance. Someone who desires the finer things in life and is not willing to compromise on luxury and comfort. Since 1954, Mercedes-Benz’s halo full-size luxury sedan has been at it and has been the carrier of many ‘first to market’ features that we now take for granted. If you’re looking for an S-Class, this sixth-generation 2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 is a compelling option. Coming from California, it’s got 81,000 miles on the odometer and a host of options under its belt.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the brand’s pinnacle full-sized luxury car and can trace a rich heritage all the way back to 1954. The S-Class has evolved over each generation, and been somewhat of an automotive trail-blazer, as it introduced many features that subsequently trickled down into mainstream automobiles. If it’s an S-Class you’re after, this 2018 Mercedes-Benz S560 4MATIC is the ticket. Hailing from New Jersey, it’s done 49,100 miles and offers the best German comfort and luxury from the ‘Star’.
The legendary 300SL of the Fifties sure set the tone for Mercedes-Benz and its racing heritage. Living up to the legendary Mercedes-Benz 300SL was quite the task but the lineup of Mercedes Benz AMG GT sure pays homage well. If you wanted a car that was more extreme you could also opt for the AMG GTR which meant you get a lot more performance and sharper exterior looks. Don't settle for less, why not drive off in this 2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT GTR Coupe we have today. Located in Florida and with just 7,800 miles on the clock this performance grand tourer can be your way of hitting the track hard as well as double down as a comfortable cruiser. Included in the sale are also 2 keys.