The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been named Carbuyer’s ‘Best Luxury Car 2018’, while C-Class won the ‘Best Self-Parking Car’ title. The E-Class won two awards: ‘Best In-Car Connectivity’ and ‘Most Comfortable Car’.

The S-Class was praised thanks to its elegance and generous amounts of interior space, while the E-Class was commended for its comfort and innovative technology.

S-Class

Gary Lee, Head of Product Management, said: “The C-, E- and S-Class are three of our core models, and are hugely important to our brand. Both the new
E-Class and S-Class showcase the latest in driving assistance technology, not to mention comfort and driveability. The C-Class is a firm favourite among both private and fleet customers thanks to its style, affordability, and frugal engines.”

Stuart Milne, Editor of Carbuyer, commented: “The Mercedes-Benz S-Class remains the yardstick for the comfort, ambience and technology that a luxury car must offer.”

On the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Milne added: “When it comes to in-car connectivity, the Mercedes E-Class is simply unbeatable. There’s little that it won’t connect with, and when it does, it offers a superb user experience.”

C-Class

Carbuyer is one of the UK’s leading automotive websites. Winners in each award category are chosen by members of Carbuyer’s dedicated road-test team, who mark them on running costs, comfort, practicality, reliability and safety, as well as performance, engines, price, value for money and optional extras.

E-Class

For more information on the Mercedes-Benz product range, please visit: https://www.sandown-group.co.uk/mercedes-benz/offers/new-cars/

Added: 01 December 2017

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