"For almost all of its long life, the S-Class has been Stuttgart’s special halo model"
But is the car of choice for chauffeur-driven owners still the best in the world? We aim to find out
"We had a £216,634 exotic parked outside a house worth not much more than that"
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Engine revisions build on the strengths of a very handsome hatchback with a nicely understated dynamic edge.
Chauffeur-spec, long-wheelbase S-Class is still a laid-back, genteel and very effective luxury option, although some of its new digital features work better tha
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It’s not about numbers or stats, and it doesn’t matter about the era or the series - here’s the next in our series of favourite racing drivers
Entry-level estate has an inviting price and a big boot but doesn’t quite operate with the gentility or easy drivability of its bigger siblings
It has the material lustre, refinement and performance you’d expect, and most of the practicality, but the by-the-numbers design leaves something to be desired
Merc's traditional V8 bruiser will attract power lovers, but its rear-mounted electric drive motor is the bigger interest
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Middle age suits the Giulia QV: it’s a car with an old soul
The M3 has become bigger, more powerful and very expensive for a car of its size. Perhaps, then, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio needn’t worry as much as the Mercedes-AMG E63 S
Volvo’s big saloon still looks like the money they’re asking for it, and is lovely to waft around in, but its powertrain and chassis now have clear limitations
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