These luxury vehicles typically offer a plush ride, an impeccable interior, quiet cabin, advanced safety systems, and crisp handling. Models such as the C-, E-, and S-Class sedans, and the GLS and GLE SUVs, have performed very well in our tests. High-performance AMG versions are fierce track-bred machines. Mercedes also offers a few more affordable models, such as the A-Class, and GLA and GLB SUVs. The company’s electric offerings include the upcoming EQE four-door sedan, positioned to go head-to-head with the Tesla Model S and Porsche Taycan. Also set to debut this year is the all-electric EQS, a large luxury sedan loosely based on the redesigned Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Overall, the company’s reliability ranks in the lower third of all brands. Specifically, the GLE SUV is one of the least reliable new models in our survey.