The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a range of executive cars manufactured by Mercedes-Benz
in various engine and body configurations. The E initially stood for Einspritzmotor
(German for fuel injection engine); a new feature in volume production vehicles at
the time that the E-Class first appeared, with the E as a suffix to the engine nomenclature
(e.g. 230E) in the 1950s. It was not until the launch of the facelifted W124 that
the E was used as a prefix (i.e., E220) and the model referred to officially as the
E-Class (or E-Klasse). At this time all Mercedes cars used fuel injection and the
company felt it was not necessary to add this as a distinguishing feature. Due to
the E-Class's size and durability, the cars also frequently serve as taxis in European
countries. Older models like the W123 and W124 are used in Malaysia as inter-state
taxis, and the W211 is used in Singapore as a taxi. Mercedes-Benz also offers special-purpose
vehicles (e.g., police or ambulance modifications) from the factory.
Mercedes Benz S350
The world's best-selling luxury flagship car, these luxury vehicles live up to the
name given to them by Mercedes Benz, the S class is an abbreviation of Sonderklasse
means "special class" or "In a class of its own", you will feel in a class of your
own in this car.
Bentley Flying Spur
THE BENTLEY FLYING SPUR IS A REMARKABLE LUXURY SEDAN.
And not simply because of the incredible speeds it can reach. Designed for those
who demand unrestrained luxury alongside uncompromising performance, it delivers
the ultimate motoring experience, for driver and passengers alike.
Range Rover Sport
Our Range Rover Sport vehicles are some of the very best performance orientated 4X4
vehicles available today. The Range Rover sport features contemporary, dynamic luxury
The 300C was the 2005 Motor TrendCar of the Year and was on Car and Driver'sTen
Best list for 2005 and 2006. It also won the North American Car of the Year and Canadian
Car of the YearBest New Luxury Car awards. During its debut year, it was promoted
as being one of the most awarded new cars ever.
Chrysler Grand Voyager
Chrysler introduced the new Grand Voyager for 2008 and successfully positioned it
in the automotive market as a luxury MPV suited for large families. The Grand Voyager
is visually identical to the Chrysler Town & Country which is sold in the North American
and South American markets. In similar fashion to the other large multi-purpose vehicles
(MPVs) on the market the Grand Voyager is sold with a standard diesel engine in Europe.
The Grand Voyager is also sold in some Asian countries, like Singapore and South
However, the seating is arranged in the 2–2–3 (front to rear) layout.
The Mercedes-Benz Viano (sold as the V-Class in some markets) is a multi-purpose
vehicle based on the popular Mercedes-Benz Vito commercial panel van. The first generation
went on sale in 1996. The second generation was introduced in 2004, and the vehicle
received a new name. In 2010, the vehicle was facelifted with revised front and rear
bumpers and lights. The interior was also improved with upgraded materials and new
The Viano is available in both rear- and four-wheel-drive configurations and comes
in three lengths, two wheelbases and a choice of four petrol and diesel engines (as
well as two specialist tuned models) coupled to either a six-speed manual or five-speed
TouchShift automatic transmission.