When it comes to luxury travel, few cars outside of the super rich Rolls Royce and Maybach arena, can match the Mercedes S-Class. The four-door saloon is the epitome of sophistication with unrivalled refinement, an interior that insulates you from the outside world and a beautifully styled cabin that blends classic and modern elements. All the engines offer strong performance but it’s actually the diesel – the entry-level model – that’s our pick of the range thanks to a great blend of refinement, economy and strong pulling power.
Rear passengers get the best deal with acres of space and wonderfully cosseting seats while for even more room there’s a long wheelbase version available
If there’s one element the new car had to nail, it is this one, and even before you start to experience the car first-hand it’s clear that BMW 7 Series comfort is an improvement over the previous iteration.
Both front and rear seats are heated as standard, while the Heat Comfort pack warms the armrests and steering wheel for colder climes. Massages are available on the move too, with eight different relaxing programs plus the addition of a Vitality Program to offer exercise on the move for passengers.
With its attention-grabbing looks, high waistline, bold egg box-shaped front grille and chrome trim, there’s no mistaking the Chrysler 300C. If you’re after something different from the usual German saloons the big Chrysler is an ideal choice and comes with plenty of road presence as standard. Exceptionally well-equipped, spacious and comfortable, the 300C undercuts its rivals by several thousand pounds.
This is the Mercedes-Benz V-Class – a gargantuan MPV designed to appeal to well-heeled large families, active sporty types and companies offering luxury transport services.
It’s the third-generation Mercedes of this type – essentially a luxurious people carrier.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van is one of the most highly configurable vehicles currently on sale thanks to a diverse array of options from the manufacturer, and an even more expansive array of up-fitter options in the aftermarket. The Sprinter offers a legendarily wide range of possibilities, from luxury people-mover to hard-working utility. A new 4×4 drive system with low-range function is offered, as well as standard Crosswind Assist.