Should You Get One? Is it a daily driver? Worth it as an investment?
The fourth-generation Mercedes SL luxury convertible ran from 1989 right up to 2001, and is often referred to by its manufacturer code name, the R129. A 12-year model cycle is almost unheard of these days in the motor industry, but even at the end of that run, this series SL still looked fresh. Bruno Sacco was responsible for a design that revolutionised Mercedes styling at the time.Continue reading “1996 Mercedes SL 320 (R129) Review “
This is the Electric S-Class
The Mercedes EQS is the S-Class of Electric Cars. It was the first EQ model based on the MEA EV platform and is powered by a water-cooled motor sending torque to the rear wheels through a single-speed gearbox.Continue reading “Mercedes EQS 450+ Review”
It’s a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder – who else is going to miss that sound?!
Mercedes has introduced the new AMG C63 and there’s bad news for fans of the V8 grunt – the big motor is no more. Instead, a 2.0-litre four-cylinder motor is installed and its the first ever hybrid C63.Continue reading “All-new Mercedes AMG C63 S is NOT A V8!”
Check out the all-new Mercedes SL – the latest in a famed lineage. What do you think of it?Continue reading “2022 Mercedes-AMG SL”
Newspaper out in Manchester today!Continue reading “My latest motoring spread in Asian Leader – 10 Nov 2021”
Defeats Mercedes & Audi
One of those regular car-people questions – which of the German big-three executive marques is the best – BMW, Mercedes of Audi? Well BMW won the vote on this channel. Here’s what I think.Continue reading “BMW Wins BCG Vote”
How Much did Diesel Gate cost Volkswagen?
Get this, Volkswagen group has paid out nearly $24billion in fines in the last two decades, largely due to diesel gate – which is when they put emissions-cheating software in nearly 11 million vehicles around the world according to reports.Continue reading “The Motor Industry’s Biggest Fines”
including Koenig Merc 560SEC & Sport Quattro SWB
At the 2021 London Concours they’re calling this ‘Young Timers’ – we call them modern classics, and they include an incredible Koenig Specials Mercedes 560 widebody, a Brabus and AMG widebody 300CE, 190 EVO II, Audi Sport Ur-Quattro SWB, Audi RS2 and BMW Alpina B12. Awesome German metal! #BCGLondonConcours #BCGEventsContinue reading “2021 London Concours – Modern Classics”