Mercedes-Benz Canada says new Google and Amazon connected-car technology is being developed for Canadian models. It will be similar to the service that started rolling out in the United States in April.
Mercedes-Benz Canada says it has given up hope of selling 2017 model-year diesel-powered sedans and mid-sized SUVs “for the time being” because it's taking too long for them to be approved by U.S. and Canadian authorities.
The launch of two new advanced-driving programs in Canada suggests a growing trend in using experiential marketing to help sell performance and luxury vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz Canada and Live Nation Canada have struck a three-year deal to provide premium concert tickets to the automaker's customers and dealers as a way to set itself apart from other luxury brands.
Mercedes-Benz is recalling 10,930 cars and SUVs in Canada to fix safety problems, including airbags that may not inflate and a potential loss of steering.
The Mercedes-Benz S-class sedan is undergoing changes for the 2018 model year, including a range of new engines to be available in Canada.
AutoCanada Inc. has agreed to buy Mercedes-Benz Rive-Sud near Montreal, giving the country's largest publicly traded dealership group its first Mercedes franchise.
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Luxury automakers are expanding their reach in Canada by grabbing an increasingly bigger piece of the compact and subcompact segment, according to auto researchers at J.D. Power.
The Canadian government has given $10 million to a joint venture between Daimler AG and Ford Motor Co. that's developing new fuel cell modules to be used in the auto sector.
When Smart announced that it would sell only electric vehicles in the U.S. and Canada some wags wondered whether it was the beginning of a broader retreat for the brand.
While demand for small and midsize trucks has grown in Canada, Mercedes-Benz says it's considering bringing the X class pickup only to the United States.