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With the launch of the new GLB, which arrives here early next year, Mercedes-Benz has raised its SUV range offering to a new level of desirability. Its appeal has been made even greater with the availability of a seven-seater version that is likely to prove attractive to families with children to transport.
Mercedes-Benz is set to introduce 22 new models into the Irish market throughout 2020. Of these, six will be conventionally powered, while the other 16 will be made up of new PHEV plug-in electric hybrid models.
Mercedes-Benz has launched the EQC, the first of a family of 10 electric-powered vehicles to be introduced by the German carmaker to the Irish market over the next two years.
Mercedes-Benz has launched the EQC, the first of a family of ten electric-powered vehicles set to be introduced by the German carmaker to the Irish market over the next two years.
For those who follow such things – not least those who must compete against them – the pace of new model introductions at Mercedes-Benz is nothing short of breathtaking.
Connolly’s Motor Group will showcase a range of new and used Mercedes-Benz at a Motor Show in Breaffy House Hotel, Castlebar this Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23. You can book a test drive now at [email protected]
Fuel and emissions conscious van users, especially those for whom vans are a frontline distribution tool, will be interested to know that ‘Start-Stop’ technology is to be added as a standard fitment on all Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans and LCV’s sold in Ireland from June.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLA four-door coupé, a successor to a model widely regarded as a design icon when first introduced here six years ago, has arrived on the Irish market.
The path being followed by Mercedes-Benz by injecting replacement models with a new sense of youthfulness is most evident in the latest GLE sports utility vehicle just launched.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLA four door coupé, successor to a model widely regarded as a design icon when first introduced, has arrived on the Irish market.