Mercedes’ range of AMG performance cars is so expansive you could almost have a different one for every day of the year. It encompasses saloons and estates, SUVs of all sizes, coupes and supercars and, when the £2.5m AMG One arrives in 2020, a hypercar as well. Right at the bottom of the line up, bearing the weight of all the rest, is this A35 hot hatch.[Read more…] about Mercedes-AMG A35 Review: A Superb Hot Hatch
While revolutionary in many respects, the original Mercedes-Benz A-Class of 1997 was not a car that was about to draw younger buyers towards the German marque. Indeed, it wasn’t until the introduction of the third-generation A-Class in 2012 that sales figures really began to soar thanks to a combination of that car’s more conventional design appealing to a wider audience, and the increasing popularity of affordable finance deals.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class features in the latest instalment of our regular used car review series. Filmed at top-rated car supermarket Fords of Winsford, we narrowed down our search to an 18,000-mile C250d Sport from 2015, which we then used as a basis to show how the C-Class fares for practicality, what it’s dashboard layout is like to use and how easy it is to get comfortable.