Mercedes GL I was the german answer to the opulent Range Rover in the sense that if I look up the word “excess” in the dictionary, you will find a picture of this behemoth.
I don’t even know where to start when talking about the Mercedes ML W163. The official gyspy village elder chariot of the 2000s? Mercedes ML W163. You want to steal a car from England and pretend to be rich and… Continue Reading →
Much like Takeshi’s Castle, the Mercedes E Class W212 started modestly but became a sensational car. The production team had high expectations at launch, started poorly, and finished honorably. Here’s why – in today’s article.
Mercedes E Class W211, the official car of the people who have chosen alternative paths in life to a 9-5 job, whether we’re talking about entrepreneurs or people who always have a knife tucked in the jacket. Is the Mercedes… Continue Reading →
If until a few years ago the Mercedes E Class W210 was the official car of the low-income-high-body count albanian, today the W210 is starting to become a classic car, bought by those 2 enthusiasts of probably the worst Mercedes… Continue Reading →
Looks like Mercedes learned something from the Vaneo lesson but not THAT much. Otherwise I don’t understand how the Mercedes Citan came to be. Mercedes Citan – the official car of arranged marriage.
If you’ve ever wondered which is the worst Mercedes in recent history, then you’ll find out today that the Mercedes Vaneo is the absolute champion, light years behind of the rest of the models.
Is the Mercedes GLA I a commercial crash-grab? Yes. Does it work and sell like hotcakes? Yes. I’m jealous of it and should I admit it’s a commercially successful car? Yes.
Dacia Logan I MCV, official car of the not-so-wealthy gubment? The car of the beginer entrepreneur? A van with windows? A car for the kind of man who doesn’t know the difference between children and sacks of potatoes?
Dacia Logan II MCV, the spiritual successor to the Mondeo II Estate and the B4 Passat. The ideal car for those who want to buy as much metal as possible with their money. Not necessarily quality metal, but lots of… Continue Reading →
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