MERCEDES-BENZ AUSTRALIA INTRODUCES FIVE-YEAR MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY ACROSS CARS AND VANS RANGE 6 March 2020: Mercedes-Benz cars, vans and utes sold to Australian customers from 1 April 2020, are set to be covered under the terms of a new five-year manufacturer’s warranty. Mercedes-Benz Cars The new warranty replaces the three-year warranty structure
The Formula 1 season kicks off in Melbourne next month so the teams have started showing their new livery for 2020 Here’s the first look at both Mercedes-AMG Petronas and Ferrari and I’ll continue to bring you highlights of the Formula 1 Season here.
Just two years from launch, the Grim Reaper has swung the scythe. Mercedes-Benz has announced the untimely death of the X-Class. Based on the successful Nissan Navara, Mercedes would have undoubtedly thought they had a winner with the X-Class. After all, they had a good deal price-wise with Nissan. But,
It will be interesting to see the take-up of the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class after initial interest. The X-Class, really a Nissan Navarra is priced from around $52,000 drive away in Queensland with a 2.3-litre diesel engine, manual transmission and an alloy tray body up to around $70,000 for a double cab
A revelation of luxury: Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet In some cases, I’m not yet privy to an actual road test on many brands and models. I currently review Suzuki, Mazda, Nissan, Kia, Land Rover, Great Wall, Haval, and Mitsubishi. Other manufacturers are yet to come to their senses as I’m
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