Mercedes-Benz


Why waste your time buying from our top competitors like Audi, BMW, Lexus, Bentley, and Maserati when you can have the new 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class? "Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes-Benz?" That's the opening line of "Mercedes-Benz," a song most famously recorded by singer Janis Joplin in the early 1970s. In 1893, the Benz Victoria was the first 4 wheel Benz car. Today, the Benz Victoria has molded into new and even better cars. The engines used are V12, V6, in- line four, and V8. These are high quality cars that can't be beaten. Whether you wanted a high performance sports car to a luxury and comfort only, Mercedes-Benz has it all. Because these cars are made with the highest quality leather, engines, and additional add-on things like a GPS or distance detector, they are not cheap. Sure you could go and get an Audi, but that would not ensure that you got the best out of your car. We use cutting edge technology to achieve performance and safety on the road.

They are thought of as modern classics. With an electronic stability program to reduce skidding when the road is wet or icy this car will let you put on a show that people will want to watch. The double glazed windows control the temperature and detect how far or close things are to your brand new Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes Simplex of the early 1900s was the first purpose built race car, and it dominated the race track for years. In 1914, Mercedes won the French Grand Prix. That was a big win against the French at that time. Mercedes have been successful in racing throughout their history. If you want to look successful, a Mercedes-Benz is the right car for you. 1 out of 11 Mercedes-Benz employees are inspectors, and the company pays them to criticize their heads off. By the time a Mercedes-Benz gets the final stamp of approval, it has gone through thousands of separate inspections. Now would you rather have a car that is inspected by thousands of people or a car from a company that uses you to test drive their cars? Every Mercedes-Benz body is welded in 10,000 places. No bolts to work loose as the miles add up. This is one car that won't age to the sad tune of rattles, squeaks and groans. You can guarantee at least 50 years that your car will keep running. Every engine is test-run before being mounted in the car. Many are run for over an hour on special test rigs, and checked with a battery of gauges for any sign of undue noise or friction. Mercedes-Benz is often the choice of car for the rich and famous. Imagine if you drove around in the same car as a famous person; you are going to get some pretty good publicity and people will be jealous of your sweet ride. Gottlieb Daimler & Karl Benz were "The Parent Company" in 1926 from Daimler Benz. They were one of the leading manufacturers in the early 1930's and have been getting better since then. Mercedes got some ideas from Chrysler and have been in partnership with them ever since.

Most of the cars have a digital screen for GPS or navigation purposes. The electronic stability program also controls the balance of the front and rear brakes and how fast each wheel turns. A small block under the hood monitors the fuel system.
Mercedes-Benz was named after Emil Jellinek's daughter Mercedes when she was eleven. Mercedes-Benz is a famous German brand of automobiles, buses, coaches and trucks owned by Daimler Chrysler. So, if you want your vehicle made by the best, you know what to do. The first recorded auto race got forty-six entries and was looked forward to as a test of the steamer and electric versus the gas burners. The first three winning cars were powered by Daimler-built engines. From that time on the Daimler Mercedes and later (after 1926) the Mercedes-Benz were to gain achievement through their high-speed performance. That just goes to show that the Mercedes-Benz is great for the fast and furious! In 1900 the 4-cylinder Daimler was completed and the car was named in honor of Emil Jellinek's beautiful daughter, Mercedes. The new car was an immediate sensation. From its flaring front fenders, sporting rearward sloping steering column to the twin carburetors and T-head type cylinder construction, the Mercedes was a beauty and did justice to its namesake.

Tires on all Mercedes-Benz cars are super premium grade and far exceed the minimum requirements set by new U.S. safety laws. They are proved capable of carrying a full passenger and luggage load, at normal specified air pressures, in continuous high-speed cruising. Note too that all Mercedes-Benz wheels are statically and dynamically balanced at the factory- even the spares. The tires make for a quiet ride. Mercedes is one of the premier automobile manufacturers in the world and it is also the world's oldest. Mercedes-Benz also built engines to power boats and airplanes (military and civil), and even Zeppelins. The three-pointed star that is on every Mercedes car, was designed by Gottlieb Daimler to show the ability of his motors for land-, air- and sea-usage. This sign first appeared on a Daimler vehicle in 1909. The timeless body styling of all Mercedes-Benz models requires no annual changes. To Mercedes-Benz owners this means no unpleasant surprise every year at 'new car time'. Now that will save you tons of dollar bills! The Mercedes-Benz power steering uses a servo-booster that adds steering assistance progressively, as more and more effort is needed. You never lose touch with the front wheels. There is none of the freakish lightness and loss' of road 'feel' for which power-assisted steering is often made fun of. All of this steering is going to keep your family safer. The seats in the Mercedes-Benz cars were designed and shaped in consultation with leading orthopedic physicians. These contoured, firmly upholstered seats envelop you supporting vital kidney, back and knee-joint areas. Now you don't need to go see a chiropractor! A unique ventilation system draws in clean air and exhausts stale air through ducts at the rear of the cabin. You enjoy constant fresh air, even with all windows shut, in all sedans. This air is as fresh as the air outside. The interior of even the smallest Mercedes-Benz offers, in many respects, more passenger space than the largest sedans. Now you can ride in 'tiny' style and have all the room. All chromium trim on Mercedes-­Benz cars is given two coats of copper and another of nickel before plating. A four speed, fully-synchronized manual or automatic transmission comes as standard equipment on all Mercedes-Benz models, except 300 and 600 series which are equipped with automatic transmission only. Now there's something you don't see every day! Million-dollar machines electronically balance every Mercedes-Benz crankshaft, adding to the vibration-free high-speed cruising comfort for which these cars are framed. Engine tolerances are measured in 10,000ths of an inch. That's a lot! All Mercedes-Benz engines use overhead camshafts in place of ordinary valve actuation. This allows extremely high engine speeds in total smoothness, and safety, and quiet. It also permits these engines, only half the size of most V8's, to cruise at over 90 mph all day if required. Wow! Every Mercedes-Benz model carries disc brakes at all four wheels as standard equipment. Front and rear brake systems on all cars are separately activated. If one system somehow failed, the second would take over to stop you. You can always count on your Mercedes-Benz to stop you before you hit something. The steering system of your Mercedes-Benz carries its own tiny built-in shock absorber, to cushion road shocks and tune them out before they can affect your hands on the steering wheel. Each of the four coil springs used in a Mercedes-Benz suspension is selected to form a matched set, by way of four special tests. You won't need to worry about a rocky ride. Before they are sealed, many hollow or hidden parts of a Mercedes-Benz body such as the insides of the rocker panels are brushed with a zinc dust compound to foil the inroads of condensation and eventual rust. Prior to painting, every Mercedes­-Benz body is drowned in a 52-ton primer bath. This rich anti-corrosion coating seeps into every little crack and anywhere else. I guess we wont have paint chipping. After welding, many vital seams in the body of every Mercedes-Benz are ground down by hand, then packed with pewter, then ground down again and polished to invisibility. No jagged or depressing signs of hasty workmanship.

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http://www.uniquecarsandparts.com.au/mercedes_benz_25_revealing_facts.htm
1. Mercedes-Benz employs one inspector for every 11 workers, and pays them to criticize their heads off. By the time a Mercedes-Benz gets the final stamp of approval, it has undergone thousands of separate inspections.
2. Every Mercedes-Benz body is welded in 10,000 places. No bolts to work loose as the miles add up; this is one car that wont age to the sad tune of rattles, squeaks and groans.
3. Every engine is test-run before being mounted in the car. Many are run for over an hour on special test rigs, and checked with a battery of gauges for any sign of undue noise or friction. Engine oil during this test is replenished more than 60 times - flushing away every speck of dirt and debris.
4. In 1893, the Benz Victoria was the first 4 wheel Benz car.
5. Gottlieb Daimler & Karl Benz- The Parent company is Daimler Benz in 1926 from Daimler Benz.
6. They got the idea from Chrysler.
7. They use cutting edge technology to achieve performance& saftey- thought of as Modern Classics.
8. The engines used are v12, v6, in- line four, and v8
9. Double glazed windows, sensors that detect how far away or how close things are.
10. Digital displays inside the car
11. Electronic stability program- to reduce skiding when the road is wet or icy or when turning corners.
12. Controls the balance front and rear brakes and how fast the individual wheels turn.
13. Windows control temperature.
14. Makes for a quiet ride.
http://www.ordain.com/history.htm
15. In 1900 the 4-cylinder Daimler was completed and the car was christened in honor of Emil Jellinek's beautiful daughter, Mercedes. The new car was an immediate sensation. From its flaring front fenders, rakish rearward sloping steering column to the T-head type cylinder construction and twin carburetors, the Mercedes was a beauty and did justice to its namesake
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16. The first recorded auto race, sponsored by the Petit-Journal of Paris in 1894 and conducted over a Paris to Rouen course, attracted forty-six entries and was looked forward to as a test of the steamer and electric versus the gas burners. The first three winning cars were powered by Daimler-built engines. From that time on the Daimler Mercedes and later (after 1926) the Mercedes-Benz were to gain continuing prestige through their high-speed performance.
http://www.edmunds.com/mercedesbenz/history.html
17. "Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes-Benz?" That's the opening line of "Mercedes-Benz," a song most famously recorded by singer Janis Joplin in the early 1970s.
18. Small black under hood monitors the fuel system
19. Mercedes-Benz was named after Emil Jellinek's daughter Mercedes when she was eleven.
http://autochronicle.blogspot.com/2008/12/mercedes-benz.html
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Mercedes-Benz (commonly known as Mercedes) is a famous German brand of automobiles, buses, coaches and trucks owned by DaimlerChrysler (formerly known as Daimler-Benz).
21. top competitors are Audi, BMW, Lexus, Bentley, and Maserati
22. one of the premier automobile manufacturers in the world; it is also the world's oldest
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three-pointed star was designed by Gottlieb Daimler to show the ability of his motors for land-, air- and sea-usage
24. sign first appeared on a Daimler vehicle in 1909
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Benz laurel was added in 1926 to symbolize the union of the two firms
26. Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, who together invented the four-stroke engine, worked together in Cannstatt (a city district of Stuttgart); Benz had his shop in Mannheim near Heidelberg
27. early 1900s, the Daimler cars built at Untertuerkheim were raced succesfully by an Austrian dealer named Emil Jellinek
28. Mercedes-Benz also built engines to power boats and airplanes (military and civil), and even Zeppelins
29. Second World War, Mercedes-Benz is known to have exploited more than 30,000 forced workers and prisoners of war, some of whom would eventually strike and be sent to concentration camps
30. vehicles have a focus on high quality a
german2 » Mercedesnd state of the art engineering. As a result they have often been expensive and are made in lower volumes compared to cheaper cars
31. often the vehicle of choice for the rich and famous
32. Mercedes-Benz has been successful in motor racing throughout their history
33. Merced36.
The timeless body styling of all Mercedes-Benz models requires no annual changes. To Mercedes-Benz owners this means no unpleasant surprise every year at 'new car time'.es Simplex of the early 1900s was the first purpose built race car, much lower than the usual designs that were similar to horse carriages; it dominated racing for years.
34.1914, just before the beginning of the war, Mercedes won the French Grand Prix, which was a blow to the French at that time
35. Tires on all Mercedes-Benz cars are super premium grade and far exceed the minimum requirements set by new U.S. safety laws. They are proved capable of carrying a full passenger and luggage load, at normal specified air pressures, in continuous high-speed cruising. Note too that all Mercedes-Benz wheels are statically and dynamically balanced at the factory - even the spare.
36. The timeless body styling of all Mercedes-Benz models requires no annual changes. To Mercedes-Benz owners this means no unpleasant surprise every year at 'new car time'.
37. The Mercedes-Benz power steering uses a servo-booster that adds steering assistance progressively, as more and more effort is needed. You never lose touch with the front wheels. There is none of the freakish lightness and loss' of road 'feel' for which power-assisted steering is often derided.
38. The seats in the Mercedes-Benz cars were designed and shaped in consultation .with leading orthopedic physicians. These contoured, firmly upholstered seats envelop you-supporting vital kidney, back and knee-joint areas.
39. A unique ventilation system draws in clean air via a scoop on the hood, and exhausts stale air through ducts at the rear of the cabin. You enjoy constant fresh air, even with all windows shut, in all sedans.
40. The interior of even the smallest Mercedes-Benz offers, in many respects, more passenger space than the largest sedans.
41. All chromium trim on Mercedes-­Benz cars is given two coats of copper and another of nickel before plating.

42. A four speed, fully-synchronized manual or automatic transmission comes as standard equipment on all Mercedes-Benz models, except 300 and 600 series which are equipped with automatic transmission only.
43. Million-dollar machines electronically balance every Mercedes-Benz crankshaft, adding to the vibration-free high-speed cruising comfort for which these cars are famed. Engine tolerances are measured in 10,000ths of an inch.
44. All Mercedes-Benz engines use overhead camshafts in place of ordinary valve actuation. This allows extremely high engine speeds in total smoothness, and safety, and quiet. And it permits these engines, only half the size of most V8's, to cruise at over 90 mph all day if required.
45. Every Mercedes-Benz model carries disc brakes at all four wheels as standard equipment. Front and rear brake systems on all cars are separately activated; if one system somehow failed, the second would take over to stop you.
46. The steering system of your Mercedes-Benz carries its own- tiny built-in shock absorber, to cushion road shocks and damp them out before they can affect your hands on the steering wheel.
47. Each of the four coil springs used in a Mercedes-Benz suspension is selected to form a matched set, by way of four special tests. This ensures a balanced ride, down to the finest degree.
48. Before they are sealed, many hollow or hidden parts of a Mercedes-Benz body-such as the insides of the rocker panels are brushed with a zinc dust compound to foil the inroads of condensation and eventual rust.
49. Prior to painting, every Mercedes­Benz body is drowned in a 52-ton primer bath. This rich anti-corrosion coating seeps into every nook and cranny.
50. After welding, many vital seams in the body of every Mercedes-Benz are ground down by hand, then packed with pewter, then ground down again and polished to invisibility. No jagged, shabby, depressing signs of hasty workmanship.