At the recent launch of the new CLS 53 and updated C63 S, Mercedes-Benz South Africa confirmed what it will be launching here during the course of 2019. Here's what you can expect.
The launch of the new CLS 53 and updated C 63 S took place at Kyalami Grand Prix circuit and during the product presentation, Mercedes-Benz showed what's coming to our market in 2019. The good news is that the 3-pointed star has full confidence in our market and is not holding back.
Mercedes-Benz Product for 2019
Here are the main arrivals from Mercedes-Benz and Mercedes-AMG. As always, there could be some surprises. Click the headings for more information, driving impressions, pricing and photos.
Not to be confused with the forthcoming Mercedes-Benz CLA, the A-Class sedan will be arriving locally soon with the two derivatives being the A200 and A250.
The CLA is expected to draw power from the same engines offered in the new A-Class with a range of petrol engines packaged in one stylish body.
The first of the performance vehicles from Mercedes-AMG are the compact duo of the A35 and A45. Both boast 2.0-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder motors and all-wheel drive.
When the Mercedes-Benz A-Class moved from frumpy MPV to upmarket hatchback, there was a void in practical MPV segment. Enter the B-Class, a practical and sensible family vehicle boasting all the luxury features you'd expect from a Mercedes-Benz but with a family bent.
Mercedes-Benz will introduce a heavily updated version of its current GLC to the market later this year, featuring the brand’s latest 48-volt electric architecture.
Mercedes-Benz's 4th-generation premium SUV has grown in size and standing, with new engines and advanced new suspension technology that bolsters its overall abilities.
The third-generation of Mercedes-Benz’s largest SUV is confirmed for market introduction, bringing with it 7-seat carrying capacity as well as some offroad bias.