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Mercedes-Benz

One of the most celebrated names in luxury vehicles, Mercedes-Benz has been one of Germany’s most popular auto manufacturers for many decades. ??As part of the “Big 3” automakers in Germany along with Audi and BMW, Mercedes-Benz has carved out a successful niche in the luxury car market. The slogan for Mercedes-Benz “Das Beste oder nichts” or “The Best or Nothing” helps explain their overall direction in creating the top of the line luxury automobiles that incorporate the latest technologies. In fact, Mercedes-Benz has always emphasized quality, durability and top of the line features for its automobiles.

Mercedes-Benz was founded in 1926 under the Daimler-Benz name, but the origins of the company go back to the 19th century. The merger of Karl Benz’s and Gottlieb Daimler companies was the result of different brands forging together to create a larger singular company. One of the first vehicles the new company produced was the SSK in 1928, a roadster that reached a respectable 120 mph at the time. With the focus of the company shifting to creating larger, luxury models, the 770. Thanks to its large size and eight-cylinder engine, it was very popular in Germany during the 1930s. It even served as Adolf Hitler’s car of choice with special bulletproof windshields.

During the war years, the emphasis shifted towards serving the military in which Mercedes-Benz contributed over that time period. The end of the war and surrender of Germany put Mercedes-Benz in some disarray as was true of many other automakers in that country. The return of Mercedes-Benz to the world stage took several years as the company strove to find vehicle designs that appealed to the public. In 1954, Mercedes-Benz hit a home run with the release of the 300SL series. Called the “Gullwing”, the 300SL became an instant classic thanks to its superb engineering. The initial 300SL model was a two-seat sports vehicle with a fuel injection engine, four-speed manual transmission, a single overhead camshaft and the famed “gullwing” doors, hence the nickname of the vehicle. The success of the 300SL served Mercedes-Benz well during the rest of the 1950s. The next breakthrough for the company occurred in 1963 with the release of the 600 luxury series. This full size limousine that featured a power-glass partition between the front and rear seats was another instant hit for the affluent who saw this limo as the ultimate in luxury. It was highly popular in Hollywood where its presence served big time movie producers and stars quite well. The success would continue in the same year with the release of the W113 Pagoda S Class. With customers around the world hungry for larger, more powerful automobiles, Mercedes-Benz enjoyed a golden era that lasted for the next 10 years.

The oil crisis of 1973 put a major bind on Mercedes-Benz as their line of vehicles were ill-suited for the new emphasis on gas economy.?? The focus of the company remained on the higher-end versions, such as the 350SL and 450SEL 6.9, which was a sportier, high performance version of the S Class models. To help reinforce their image, the G Class was released in 1979, which was a crossover wagon with more durable parts designed for military use, but also sold to the general public. By the 1980s, the fears of the Oil Crisis had subsided and the American public once again turned to Mercedes-Benz. The new emphasis was on advances in technology, particularly to the safety features such as airbags and new traction control which pushed Mercedes-Benz to the forefront of auto design. The Midsize E Class, which was introduced in 1984, helped push this new emphasis of comfort and enhanced durability. By the turn of the 1990s, Mercedes-Benz had brought in the C Class that emphasized new refinements and set the tone for the rest of the decade. The CLK Class, SLK Class and M Class that focused on the emerging popularity of SUVs helped keep Mercedes-Benz near the top in terms of innovation. The popularity of SUVs also led to the creation of the GL and GLK Class of SUVs as well.

Mercedes-Benz has expanded their line, along with many other automakers, into the field of hybrid technology with the release of the BlueZERO in 2007. The emphasis now is on creating new hybrid vehicles over the next several years as demonstrated by the S400 BlueHYBRID in 2009. ?? For the foreseeable future, Mercedes-Benz will continue reinforcing its reputation as one of the leading luxury car manufacturers as well as being a leader in the advancement of technology for their vehicles. From LED lights to the use of carbon fiber materials, Mercedes-Benz remains one of the great leaders in the auto industry. One of the most interesting advancements in Mercedes Accessories and Parts automotive technology over the past decade is the introduction of LED or light emitting diodes. For many years, halogen or incandescent-based light bulbs were the standard for the automotive industry. But today, LED bulbs enjoy significant advantages thanks to their low power consumptions, durability and color choices.

At ShopPMLIT, you can find a wide range of LED lights for your Mercedes-Benz vehicle. ShopPMLIT has a wide range of LED lights that range from headlights, taillights, interior, license plate, daytime running lights and much, much more. The LED headlights for example produce a clean, bright light that offers more illumination, but far less glare confronting oncoming vehicles. You can explore the online catalog that is available at ShopPMLIT to find the right LEDs for your Mercedes-Benz. If you cannot find what you are searching for or you perhaps have a question about the LEDs that we carry, we encourage you to call our customer service line or perhaps contact us through our website at ShopPMLIT and send us an email. Our friendly, courteous staff will quickly respond to your questions. Let ShopPMLIT be your source for aftermarket LED lights for your Mercedes-Benz.