A brand new E-Class hits the market in 2016, so it's time to eye up the one before it now.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class - or G Wagen as it has previously been known - has been built in Austria since 1979 and sales are booming despite its unrivalled vintage.
The R-Class is a curious offering from Mercedes-Benz, mixing elements of luxury saloon, large MPV and SUV in one package.
In Mercedes-Benz circles it's referred to as the R171 model, and this SLK was finally able to compete with the BMW Z4 and Porsche Boxster on more equal footing in regards to driver appeal.
Like its A-Class relation the Mercedes-Benz B-Class features an innovative construction to maximise interior space - despite a relatively small footprint on the road.
The A-Class is a very space efficient compact car, which was offered in three- or five-door guises and with a huge variety of engines.
Something of a mould-maker when unveiled in 2004, the Mercedes-Benz CLS introduced the idea of a four-door coupé to the world.
Originally intended to replace the rather utilitarian Mercedes-Benz G-Class, the first generation M-Class turned out to be much more luxurious and fashionable.
There’s no more iconic Mercedes-Benz roadster than the SL - the model designation has been used consecutively since the 1950s.
Introduced in 2002 to replace the first generation Mercedes-Benz CLK (which debuted in 1996), the svelte CLK was offered in both coupé and cabriolet guises.