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The three-pointed star's image has taken a battering over recent years, and the A-Class is one of the reasons why. It's cleverly designed, but not so well executed - especially in pre-April 2001 form with its Fisher-Price dash. Later cars are worth a look, but it's easy to pay over the odds - so make sure you don't.
The B-Class is a spacious family hatch with that famed Mercedes build quality, a healthy dose of practicality and a strong image, yet many buyers were unaware of this overgrown A-Class. Of those who knew about it, many couldn't afford it. Easier to recommend used than new, the B-Class has the silhouette of an MPV, but doesn't offer that level of versatility. So while it's not an alternative to established MPVs, think of it as a posh family hatch at keen prices, and you won't go far wrong.
While the C-Class has always sat in the shadow of the 3-Series and A4, it's a great car with some brilliant engines and is surprisingly well equipped. However, early cars weren't as well made as you'd expect, although post-2004 cars are much better. Whether you buy petrol or diesel, you'll love driving a C-Class.
Tourers come no more grand than here, with this stylish coupe from Stuttgart. Packed with tech to make every journey as comfortable as possible, the CL is fast, refined, comfortable and amazing value on the used market. Even better, running costs can be a lot lower than you might expect, thanks to decent reliability and economy; CL500 owners can easily get 25mpg. But the first thing that goes wrong could cost you plenty, even through a decent independent specialist. Buy very carefully...
If you want to arrive in style, few cars are up to the task like a Mercedes. Usually brilliantly engineered and fabulously comfortable, long-distance cruisers don't come more discreet than this. However, there are several potential costly problems that can crop up and thanks to its rock-solid image, residuals are very strong - so you'll pay heavily to drive behind that three-pointed star.
When it comes to relatively attainable premium cars, nothing can top a Mercedes. Generally seen as a cut above posh rivals, that three-pointed star is very appealing, and when a car looks this good it's easy to see why. But the CLK was introduced when Mercedes was at its lowest, and it's a model that was frequently not as well built as it should have been. So while it's highly desirable in many ways, it can also be frustrating to own - which is why you need to buy with caution.
Until the CLS arrived, if you wanted a luxury saloon and a sporting coupé, you had to buy one of each. But since its debut, the CLS has allowed well-heeled buyers to enjoy the best of both worlds - a luxurious four-seater, four-door saloon with superb coupé-like styling. Great to drive, beautifully built and truly luxurious, the CLS makes a great long-distance cruiser.
Despite very high asking prices on the used market, the E-Class can be rather more troublesome than you might expect. However, Merc's mid-ranger is also amazingly comfortable on the longest of journeys and in estate form you wouldn't believe how much it can carry. In AMG E55 form it's astonishingly fast, but don't be blind to potential faults because of the three-pointed star on the bonnet.
Prestige comes no more highly regarded than with a Mercedes; perceived as a cut above rivals Audi, BMW, Jaguar and Lexus, the E-Class sums up everything that's great about the world's oldest car maker. Comfortable, well-equipped, safe and practical, the E-Class saloon makes a superb family car. Opt for one of the amazingly capacious estates and you get all this plus one of the biggest load bays available anywhere.
This was Merc's first take on the luxury off-roader, and it didn't pull it off with this first-generation car; the M-Class has never had the cachet of the BMW X5 or the Range Rover. Build quality issues dogged the M-Class from new, making it a cheaper used buy than rivals. That makes it tempting, but the Merc can be highly problematic, so be very careful before handing over any cash.
Ever since the S-Class arrived in the 1960s, the model has stood for the most complete luxury package available. Cutting-edge technology, space, pace and refinement have always been S-Class attributes, with this fifth-generation edition perhaps the best ever. It's certainly now one of the most affordable, while also offering more features than you're ever likely to need. Buy an S320CDi and you'll be amazed at the fuel economy, space and comfort on offer.
Everyone assumes Mercedes invented the folding hard top with the SLK, but the company was around 60 years behind Peugeot and 40 years behind Ford. What it did do was create a usable and dependable two-seater sports car that combined the security of a hard top with the fun of a soft-top. The cars have never been cheap, but they've never been better value; just don't be taken in by sellers who think the cars are more valuable than they are.