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The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 Now Available for Test Drives at Atlanta Classic Cars!

2016 and 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Side-by-Side

Here they are, side-by-side! Can you see all of the differences?

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2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 Review!

I attended training for the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 yesterday. It is not anticipated to hit US showrooms until later this summer so it was great to get a sneak peek!

I saw a variety of paints and interiors, although all were sport models. Here is a video of the test drive cars:

I had several sections of training on the advanced technology, build quality and competitive comparisons.

E300 safety

I was able to test the Parking Pilot, Active Brake Assist, and Distance Pilot Distronic on a closed course. In short, the car is better a recognizing things in the road and helping you to stop on time. Also, it parks itself much faster!

E300 in the wild E300 test drive

I went for a nice long drive in the E300 on both highways and city streets to feel the engine, new 9-speed transmission and overall feel. The 241 horsepower and 279 lb/ft or torque was plenty for me. It is actually a touch faster than the outgoing V6 and significantly more efficient. The 9-speed erases any turbo lag and the overall build quality makes it quieter and more luxurious than ever!

E300 Flowing Lines E300 brown interior E300 Interior

The interior is beautiful. There are lots of new little details that make the E300 more plush and elegant than the outgoing model. There is enough change to be new and exciting but enough similarity that I could figure out the controls easily. I think with a day of practice this E300 will make the systems in the old E feel old.

Overall the all-new Mercedes-Benz E300 will be a great addition to the line-up and I look forward to having it for sale soon! Look for more videos coming today!

Motor Trend Comparison: GLC vs. RX vs. MKX

Motor Trend Image

Motor Trend took these mid-size SUVs for a drive through wine country and guess who won?!

Read the full review here

“The execution is also top-notch. Every material in the GLC300 feels authentic. Wood is wood, metal is metal, and even the faux leather feels more convincing than the Lincoln’s true leather. Every button, dial, and switch is designed and built to a standard rather than to a price. Mercedes-Benz has set the benchmark with the GLC300’s interior design and execution.”

“Although Mercedes’ COMAND might not be cutting-edge in terms of technology and/or screen size, at least there are multiple/redundant ways in, and it’s easy to navigate through its features using both hard buttons on the center stack and the knob/touchpad controller. Its graphics are not only sophisticated but also useful for intuitively accessing everything from vehicle preferences to manually tuning radio stations. No gimmicks, no frustrations, no “it’s just the way you have to do it.” Rather, it just worked on a level above the others.”

“The GLC is larger and improved in every measure compared to the GLK, and its handsome exterior, impeccable interior, and class-leading dynamics and efficiency only serve to underscore the value it also contains. Who would’ve guessed that a Mercedes-Benz would emerge as the least expensive, least powerful, lightest, most sophisticated, most engaging to drive, most fuel-efficient, most attractive, and thus most desirable player in this group? The GLC300 takes the gold medal. Keep your eye on this one for next year’s SUV of the Year.”

Thanks Lloyd for pointing this article out to me! Glad your GLC won!

Mercedes-Benz Road Trip This Weekend!

GLS450 towing

Kevin, of International MotorSports, Inc, picked up his new GLS450 this week and has already hit the road for Memorial Day weekend. He took the dirt bikes up to north Georgia for some off road fun and sent me this picture.

Are you going anywhere? Your Mercedes wants to roam! Send me pictures!

2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class MSRP – Pricing Announcement

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 should arrive very soon.

The MSRP was just announced: $52,150!

This is almost $1000 LESS than the current E-Class and when you factor in some of the new standard features it is approximately a 10% value enhancement.

New, standard features:

  • COMAND navigation, and its 3 inch high-resolution display and Touchpad Controller
  • 9G-Tronic 9-Speed Transmission w/ DYNAMIC SELECT drive programs
  • Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto®
  • Industry-first Touch Control Buttons on the steering wheel
  • Industry-first PRE-SAFE® SOUND
  • Active Brake Assist forward collision warning system
  • Full LED headlamps and tail lamps
  • Five years of mbrace® connect including remote start
  • Car-to-X Communication
  • Sirius XM®
  • 40/20/40 split-folding rear seat
  • 64-color ambient lighting
  • Power folding and dimming mirrors

I will get to see the E-Class up close and personal during my training event in about 2 weeks. Check back for all of my impressions!

2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC300 Video Review

It’s been a quiet day at the dealership so I took myself for a test drive in the 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC300! Perhaps next time you’ll give me a call and set up a test drive for yourself!

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2017 Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabriolet at Atlanta Classic Cars!

The 2017 S63 Cabriolet dropped by for a training class today. It was love at first sight! As gorgeous as the S-Class coupe is, the cabriolet is even better!

It is scheduled for release next month, June 2016. I have one available!

2017 S63 cabrio diamond white bengal red 2017 S63 Cabrio V8 2017 S63 cabrio Bengal red leather 2017 S63 cabrio diamond white

Here is a video I just posted as well. More on my Facebook page.

Comparing the 2017 C300 Coupe to the 2015 C250 Coupe

Our first 2017 C300 coupes arrived today and my first move was to find a old body C-coupe for comparison. Here are the results!

2017 C300 Front End

The 2015 is the black car on the left and the 2017 is the Diamond White on the right.

Below: The top image is the 2015, with the center mounted gear shifter and the bottom is the 2017 with the column mounted selector.

2105 C250 Interior 2017 C300 Interior

The rear ends are obviously different with the 2017 being influenced by the new S-Coupe!

2017 C300 rear end

And for those of you who like your pictures moving, here is the video I made. Please do like it and subscribe to my YouTube channel!

AMG Driving Academy in Atlanta this Month!

Who’s Going?!

AMG Driving Academy

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