Mercedes coupe and convertible models reportedly face the axe as Benz invests in SUVs

Models like this 2021 Mercedes-AMG E 53 Coupe are reportedly being broomed to make room for SUVs.


While slumping sales meant that coupe and convertible models all but evaporated from most mainstream car brand showrooms years ago, luxury marques like Mercedes-Benz have thus far managed to hold on longer to their two-door passenger cars. That era appears to be under threat if a new report from Automotive News is to be believed.

According to the auto industry trade publication, Mercedes is poised to substantially whittle down its model portfolio in the US as SUVs continue to take an

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2021 Ford Bronco Sport vs. Jeep Compass: Small SUVs are still rugged

Yep, it’s a rugged little thing.


While us dirt-heads are all twitterpated over the new Ford Bronco, you shouldn’t overlook its baby brother, the Bronco Sport. This smaller crossover isn’t just a commuter and kid-hauler; it looks to have some serious off-road chops of its own. Sure, the Sport won’t get you over the hardest trails in Moab, but it should be perfect for smaller adventures like getting to an awesome mountain bike trail or out to a secluded campground.

Having said that, let’s take a look at how the Bronco Sport — in Badlands trim,

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2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport: How to reserve these SUVs

The $100 reservation process is simple and refundable for both Bronco and Bronco Sport.


Following many years (decades?) of anticipation and ceaseless rumors, the Ford Bronco is back. Well, nearly. The 2021 Ford Bronco and 2021 Ford Bronco Sport won’t reach dealers for a while, but the automaker’s reservation books have just opened for both models. Perhaps you’re 100% committed to parking one of these SUVs in your garage. Maybe you’re merely contemplating ownership and want to hedge your bets. Or perhaps you’re just curious as to how the reservation process works. Here’s everything you need to know.


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Ford Bronco reveal video hypes SUV’s style and off-road capabilities

The Ford Bronco
reveal on Monday proved to be a very big deal to a lot of people — us included — and while the COVID-19 pandemic may have delayed the Blue Oval’s planned reveal timeline (along with just about everything else), the coronavirus did do one thing that seemed to work out pretty well for you: it helped you — and the rest of the world — watch the big reveal at the same time as us media types.

In case you missed it, Ford streamed special reveal promotional videos simultaneously on ABC, ESPN, the National Geographic channel,

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