Mercedes-Benz

In 1886, we invented the motor car. We’ve been re-inventing it ever since. For over a century, we have pushed the boundaries of automotive engineering, creating a succession of truly iconic vehicles. Around the world, the famous three-pointed star is not only recognised as a symbol of quality and safety. It also denotes a proud heritage, a lineage that can be traced back to the very first automobile, patented in 1886 by Carl Benz. The brand’s evolution continues, yet our guiding design principles are clear. A Mercedes must always look like a Mercedes. And it must capture people’s imagination, not just at launch but in 10, 20, 30 – even a hundred years time. Mercedes-Benz vehicles offer high residual values, low maintenance costs and efficient fuel economy. Find out more about Mercedes-Benz on our website. View our model range, find a retailer, look for our latest offers, book a test drive, finance and insurance, fleet and business solutions – and much more.


Mercedes-Benz website: www.mercedes-benz.co.uk


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