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Few luxury brands have the cachet of Mercedes-Benz, a German manufacturer whose story in recent years has been one of proliferation — whether it’s one-off models or entire sub-brands. Such efforts have brought expanded offerings among the smallest cars to wear the three-pointed star, with the CLA-Class subcompact sedan and GLA-Class subcompact SUV joined by the A-Class sedan and GLB-Class SUV.

Elsewhere, Mercedes’ compact C-Class and mid-size E-Class live on with sedan, coupe, cabriolet (convertible) and, in the case of the E-Class, wagon variants. The GLC-, GLE-, and GLS-Class form Mercedes’ core SUVs, with the G-Class joining as a pricey off-roader. Mercedes also sells “coupe” versions of the GLC and GLE with raked rooflines; it’s marketing fiction — both remain four-door SUVs — but Mercedes is hardly the only one doing it. Several roadsters and two commercial vans round out the lineup.

Most fuel-efficient:

A-Class

29 combined mpg

CLA 250

29 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Metris

$31,390 starting MSRP

A-Class

$32,800 starting MSRP

Most fuel-efficient:

A-Class

29 combined mpg

CLA 250

29 combined mpg

Lowest price:

Metris

$31,390 starting MSRP

A-Class

$32,800 starting MSRP

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Cars

Mercedes-Benz A-Class

$33,950

starting MSRP

Mercedes-Benz AMG A 35

$44,950

starting MSRP

Mercedes-Benz AMG C 43

$60,500

starting MSRP

SUVs

Mercedes-Benz AMG G 63

$156,450

starting MSRP

Mercedes-Benz AMG GLA 35

$47,950

starting MSRP

Mercedes-Benz AMG GLA 45

$54,950

starting MSRP

Vans

Mercedes-Benz Metris

$33,920

starting MSRP

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 1500

$37,000

starting MSRP

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500

$38,250

starting MSRP

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