2011 Mercedes-Benz Ratings, Reviews and Awards

2011 was a big year for Mercedes-Benz, as the German auto manufacturer unveiled that it had had experienced record sales that year. The carmaker saw sales in the US climb by 13 percent in 2011. Mercedes rounded out its E-class series in 2011 with the introduction of the E-Class Cabriolet, which joins the E-class Wagon and Sedans in the line-up. Cabriolet models come with the option of either a V6 or V8 engine. Also new for 2011 was the option of a V6 BlueTec diesel engine for the sedan. Also in 2011, Mercedes turned its attention to more fuel-efficient vehicles. Its formerly gas-guzzling M-Class SUV saw the addition of a hybrid drivetrain option that offers a fuel economy of 22 mpg/combined. As with the E-Class, Mercedes also began offering the M-Class with a BlueTec diesel engine that has a fuel economy of 21 mpg.
Research 2011 Mercedes-Benz models (13)
C-Class
$8,986 - $19,495
People Are Paying
15 - 22 MPG
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$8,986 - $19,495
People Are Paying
15 - 22 MPG
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CL
$20,026 - $36,011
People Are Paying
14 - 17 MPG
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$20,026 - $36,011
People Are Paying
14 - 17 MPG
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CLS
$14,161 - $25,654
People Are Paying
15 - 17 MPG
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$14,161 - $25,654
People Are Paying
15 - 17 MPG
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E-Class
$11,012 - $21,102
People Are Paying
16 - 27 MPG
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$11,012 - $21,102
People Are Paying
16 - 27 MPG
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GL
$11,465 - $16,347
People Are Paying
14 - 19 MPG
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$11,465 - $16,347
People Are Paying
14 - 19 MPG
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GLK
$11,744 - $14,061
People Are Paying
18 - 19 MPG
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$11,744 - $14,061
People Are Paying
18 - 19 MPG
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M-Class
$11,016 - $23,395
People Are Paying
13 - 22 MPG
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$11,016 - $23,395
People Are Paying
13 - 22 MPG
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R-Class
$11,487 - $13,494
People Are Paying
17 - 21 MPG
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$11,487 - $13,494
People Are Paying
17 - 21 MPG
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S-Class
$13,115 - $27,015
People Are Paying
15 - 22 MPG
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$13,115 - $27,015
People Are Paying
15 - 22 MPG
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SL
$22,747 - $32,648
People Are Paying
15 - 17 MPG
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$22,747 - $32,648
People Are Paying
15 - 17 MPG
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SLK
$12,587 - $15,300
People Are Paying
21 - 22 MPG
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$12,587 - $15,300
People Are Paying
21 - 22 MPG
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Sprinter Crew
No data
People Are Paying
No data MPG
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No data
People Are Paying
No data MPG
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Sprinter Passenger
$19,267 - $23,302
People Are Paying
No data MPG
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$19,267 - $23,302
People Are Paying
No data MPG
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2011 was a big year for Mercedes-Benz, as the German auto manufacturer unveiled that it had had experienced record sales that year. The carmaker saw sales in the US climb by 13 percent in 2011. Mercedes rounded out its E-class series in 2011 with the introduction of the E-Class Cabriolet, which joins the E-class Wagon and Sedans in the line-up. Cabriolet models come with the option of either a V6 or V8 engine. Also new for 2011 was the option of a V6 BlueTec diesel engine for the sedan. Also in 2011, Mercedes turned its attention to more fuel-efficient vehicles. Its formerly gas-guzzling M-Class SUV saw the addition of a hybrid drivetrain option that offers a fuel economy of 22 mpg/combined. As with the E-Class, Mercedes also began offering the M-Class with a BlueTec diesel engine that has a fuel economy of 21 mpg.
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