Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Classes
Mercedes-Benz is among some of the most popular vehicles in the world. Since the company is based out of Germany, they have a strong international presence. How the Mercedes-Benz vehicles are labeled and named can be confusing to people who are not very familiar with the car brand.
In this model research page, we are going to briefly cover the different vehicle classes that Mercedes-Benz labels their vehicles as. Each class has a meaning behind it in hopes of helping customers understand what they are shopping for.
Continue reading below to see some of the different classes from Mercedes-Benz or click on the button below to view our current Mercedes-Benz inventory here at Empire Exotic Motors.
Vehicle Classes of Mercedes-Benz
- A Class – The A-Class from Mercedes-Benz is in a class of its own, it is a 5-door hatchback.
- B Class – The B-Class is much like the A-Class except it is a larger version. This compact sports tourer is also a class of its own.
- C Class – This model from Mercedes-Benz is meant to be a small sedan. It is often compared to the E and S Classes. C stands for cabriolet or a car that is resembling a coupe.
- E Class – The E-Class is most recognized in its midsize luxury vehicle model, but it also comes in a sedan, coupe and wagon. This class is the brand’s go-to vehicle for a mid-priced luxury sedan.
- G Class – The G-Class is a family of off-road vehicles. G is the most off-road capable and the most rugged of all the Mercedes-Benz SUVs. It also has a very unique design compared to the other vehicles starting with G.
- GL Class – The GL-Class SUV is the largest SUV from Mercedes-Benz. It has seating for seven passengers and it is the SUV equivalent of the S class sedan.
- S Class – The S-Class is the luxury sedan model for Mercedes-Benz. This sedan is available with different engine options and a hybrid.
- SL Class – The SL is the roadster from Mercedes-Benz. It comes in a variety of coupe and roadster models.