Mercedes: in a class of its own
March 15, 2017 at 9:34 AM
When choosing a new vehicle, your eyes may be drawn to the unique styling of the Mercedes-Benz.
However, how does the Mercedes compare to similar vehicles in its class?
There are three key ways in which a Mercedes differs from a regular car: style, comfort, and engineering. The Mercedes slogan is 'The best, or nothing' (in the original German, this reads as 'Das Beste, oder nichts'). Each of the three features that this blog post is going to examine demonstrates just how thoroughly a Mercedes lives up to this slogan.
An elegant style that you can spot from anywhere
Many people say that when they see a Mercedes on the streets, they just know that it is a Mercedes. Perhaps they could not put their finger on why exactly, but that in itself is a testament to the unique elegance of the Mercedes brand. Mercedes vehicles are characterised by innovative colour schemes, and a sleek fusion of form and function. Though the Mercedes brand has produced a variety of different vehicles (including golf carts and motor yachts) it is perhaps known for its definitive cabriolet.
A Mercedes will provide you not just with comfortable interiors, but also with a smooth and comfortable drive. There are numerous features working together here. For example, nearly all Mercedes vehicles are rear wheel drive, which gives both driver and passengers the ultra comfortable feeling of being pushed effortlessly along by the vehicle rather than (as is often the case with front wheel drive cars) pulling the vehicle along laboriously behind them. The manufacturers have managed to create a powerful engine which is nevertheless nice and quiet, whilst the superior suspension ensures that even on those bumpy country lanes you will feel like you are simply gliding along. Finally, careful attention is paid to the interiors. Hand stitched leather of the finest quality, intuitive controls that are highly responsive to the touch and carefully chosen textiles all await you in the comfortable yet firm seats of a Mercedes-Benz.
One of the key ways in which a Mercedes differs from a regular car is in the outstanding, innovative quality of its engineering. Mercedes vehicles are almost always ahead of the game when it comes to new technology. For example, in the year 2000 Mercedes vehicles were equipped with features such as satellite radio, voice control and stability control. These were features that had not yet been dreamed of by the manufacturers of regular cars. In subsequent years, the engineers at Mercedes continued this innovative trend, with a particular emphasis on enhancing the safety features of the vehicle.
Definitely different to a regular vehicle
In sum, a Mercedes is definitely different to a regular vehicle. Compared to other cars in the same class, a Mercedes will provide a more elegant and iconic style, increased levels of comfort and a quality of engineering prowess and technological skill that can surely be described as impeccable.