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This 1992 Mercedes Benz 300TE Rolls AWD for $1,999 This 1992 Mercedes Benz 300TE Rolls AWD for $1,999

Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mercedes is in Salem, but sadly not the Salem with the witches. You’ll still have to decide if this 4Matic wagon’s price might just put a spell on you.

Mercedes-Benz CL500 4MATIC, For Those Ski Trips In The Swiss Alps Mercedes-Benz CL500 4MATIC, For Those Ski Trips In The Swiss Alps

No, 4MATIC does not mean that the CL500 has a 4-speed slushbox; it actually has Mercedes' 7-speed automatic. 4MATIC is Mercedes' all-wheel-drive system, which makes this the first time ever that the big CL coupe has been fitted with such a drivetrain. That means the V8 will send 55% of its 388 HP and 391 lb-ft of…

Ad Watch: Not in This Weather

Mercedes offers its take on the time-honored narrative zinger in this ad for the E-Class with 4MATIC. Adultery is totally the new Dr. Z.

All-Wheel Strive: Mercedes S-Class Gets New 4MATIC All-Wheel Strive: Mercedes S-Class Gets New 4MATIC

Well-heeled lovers of things that come in fours (like fluted crystal glasses, calfskin desk sets and certain types of entertainment in Nevada) take note: The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has a new 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive system. AutoWeek reported earlier this year that the new version of the system, which Merc's…

Coming Next Winter: Mercedes S-Class 4Matic Coming Next Winter: Mercedes S-Class 4Matic

Mercedes will have its next-generation 4Matic system — the first developed entirely in house — ready for serious S-Class action in the US by next winter, according to AutoWeek. The new system will be biased to the rear, with a 45/55 torque split, and is small enough that the company won't have to alter the chassis.…

Mercedes Extends 4Matic to Plebes Mercedes Extends 4Matic to Plebes

We wanted to mention how Mercedes announced it would offer its 4Matic all-wheel-drive systems on its the E 280 CDI and the E 320 CDI, but we were distracted by the opiated stupor of the driver in this press photo. We'd imagine Mercedes's marketing department would tag the expression as something like "contentedly…

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