Mercedes-Benz badges on sedans have adorned the modes of transportation of some historic beings. Today, sedans continue to provide a major focal point for the German brand. Since the 1990s, the entry-level of Mercedes-Benz's sedan line-up was based on the C-Class. The Mercedes-Benz E-Series was the mid-level four-door while the flagship is the S-Class. For 2016, the Mercedes-Benz sedan line-up expands with an all-new super luxury model. Based on the full-sized S-Class sedan, the Mercedes-Maybach S600 is identified as part of a new sub-brand for Mercedes-Benz promoting an exceptional level of luxury customizable to personal desires. Receiving considerable luxury appointments, the sedans of Mercedes-Benz could also stand out thanks to high-performance AMG models.
The 2006 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a mid-size luxury car that is available as a sedan or a wagon and offers a slew of engines to choose from; starting with a 3.2L turbodiesel up to a 5.5L supercharged V8.
A truly rugged yet luxurious SUV, the 2006 Mercedes-Benz G-Class is fitted with front, center, and rear locking differentials to help navigate the toughest terrain yet it also has dual-zone climate control and keyless entry to keep all five passengers comfortable.