1. Mercedes Benz S-Class
The S-Class is the is the ultimate luxury car that is recognized around the world as the symbol of affluence and technological advancement in the automotive industry. In Kenya, the S Class is favored by the upper class that includes the political elite and the business executives. It’s only available in saloon body type configured in either standard wheelbase or long wheelbase. For those with deep pockets, the Mercedes Maybach extends the S-Class to another level of luxury that only a few can afford.
2. Mercedes Benz G-Class
The Mercedes G-Wagon is an expensive SUV that is favored by celebrities in the US and is used more as a status symbol than an off-road vehicle. It’s a capable off-roader that rarely sees action away from the tarmac and it has remained firmly popular for many decades. In Kenya, its shunned by the political class and more accepted by adventurous businessmen who don’t mind splashing top dollar to acquire this quaint SUV.
3. Mercedes Benz GL-Class( Mercedes GLS-Class)
The Mercedes GL Class also known as the GLS class is a 7-Seater luxury SUV that offers absolute comfort to seven adult passengers. Its more of a rarity in Kenya due to its hefty price tag and high maintenance costs. It’s ideal for people with large families and it competes with the Land Rover Discovery and the Audi XC90.
4. Mercedes Benz M-Class (Mercedes GLE-Class)
The ML is the most popular Mercedes SUV in Kenya and it has enjoyed considerable success due to its relatively affordable price tag and decent maintenance costs.
5. Mercedes Benz E-Class
When it comes to Mercedes Benz executive cars, the E-Class seats one rung below the venerated S-Class that inhabits the pinnacle of luxury. The E-Class is a global leader in a wide range of aspects such as comfort, design and safety. Many car manufacturers have expended immense capital to try dethrone it. Read the full Mercedes-Benz E-Class Review
6. Mercedes Benz C-Class
In the field of automotive engineering, Mercedes Benz has been dominant in many aspects such as design, comfort, performance, safety and technology. Most innovations we see in cars today trace their roots to Mercedes Benz. The C-Class is particularly quintessential because it combines affordability and luxury in one package which appeals to the global masses. Read the full Mercedes-Benz C-Class Review
7. Mercedes Benz B-Class
The B-Class is a luxurious hatchback that offers people an alternative to the Japanese options and its one of the most popular Mercedes cars due to its affordability and utility. It’s popularity in Kenya is moderate but in recent years more and more people are beginning to take notice.
8. Mercedes Benz A-Class
The Mercedes A Class was perennially outclassed by the Audi A3 and the BMW 1 Series until the arrival of the third generation model in 2013 that changed things drastically and sent the competition back to the drawing board. Without question, the A-Class is a leader in the hatchback category and is dominant across many aspects such as design, space, comfort and performance. Read the full Mercedes-Benz A-Class Review