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. However, entry-level models, namely the CLA sedan and GLA SUV, don’t live up to the brand’s premium promise. Both are too snug, come with less-than-luxurious interiors, and suffer from a stiff ride and uneven power delivery. The line-up is expending with a new A-Class sedan and electric models, starting with the EQC. Reliability has been a sore point for some models.
Cabin quality is impressive, but the infotainment system is infuriating.
In CR's exclusive survey, many owners of vehicles with advanced safety systems said those features helped them avoid a crash.
This midsized luxury SUV’s peppy, quiet, refined ride can’t make up for controls that infuriate some drivers.
The small luxury crossover is coming to the U.S., but timing is uncertain.