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What is it like to live in Gilbert, AZ?

Why Gilbert, AZ is a Great Place to Live

Us residents of Gilbert that it’s an awesome place to live. Sometimes, however, that awesomeness can be hard to convey accurately to others. “Hay Capital of the World” doesn’t have quite the same appealing ring to it that it used to.

Thankfully, there’s an innovative piece of technology called the YouTube Video that can help. Whether you’re trying to convince a friend to visit (or make the move) Gilbert, explain that non-Mormons are welcome too, take a virtual tour during the coronavirus pandemic, or just show off how great your hometown is, the compilation below should help. Happy viewing!

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2020 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

What does Mercedes-Benz S-Class look like in action?

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Driving and Design Footage

Wondering what it’s like to experience the latest Mercedes-Benz S-Class? These artfully filmed videos do an excellent job of conveying the design, features, and driving experience of this cutting-edge model. Most importantly, we think they give a taste of the deep beauty of this machine.

Of course, nothing compares to driving an S-Class for yourself; if you’d like to take one out for a test-drive in the Gilbert area, contact us today! Until that time comes, however, enjoy the videos below.

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Karl Benz stands proudly with his "Patent Motorwagen" sign

Who built the first car engine?

History of the Automotive Powerplant

These days, it’s hard to imagine a world without cars. But that’s just where things stood less than a mere 150 years ago.

Though we often take our modern, car-filled existence for granted, we owe the continual progressions of technology to a slew of eccentric inventors who just wouldn’t stop tinkering around with various machines in the 1800s.

Out of this inspired experimentation came a variety of primitive vehicles and unique engine technology. But who made the first real car engine?

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Blue 2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 53 Coupe in a tundra

How do I properly break-in my 2021 Mercedes-AMG® GLE Coupe?

The concept of a “break-in period” used to be a common one, but it seems to have fallen out of favor. Nevertheless, it’s still recommended that individuals break in their new vehicles, and Owner’s Manuals typically detail the procedures that drivers should follow for the first 1,000 miles or so.

In this vein, Mercedes-Benz recommends breaking in their vehicles. How should one properly break in a 2021 Mercedes-AMG® GLE Coupe?

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What Cars Are Safe for Allergies?

How Mercedes-Benz Vehicles Effectively Ward Off Allergens

If you or a family member has been cursed with the looming nuisances of allergies, you’re certainly not alone. More than 50 million people suffer from nasal allergies in the United States alone. You may have tried allergy-proofing your home, but what about your everyday commute? Your vehicle’s cabin can act as a confined space for allergens, exhaust fumes, and other pollutants to accumulate. Thankfully, testing has revealed that Mercedes-Benz cars are an especially safe option for drivers and passengers with allergies. Keep reading to learn how.

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What is Mercedes-Benz EQ Boost?

Mercedes-Benz EQ Boost Definition, Functionality and Benefits

If you’re like us, you spend a lot of time reading mountains of information about Mercedes-Benz. In the process, you’ve likely come across the phrase “EQ Boost.” It’s being mentioned more and more in connection with the advanced powertrains of some of the latest Mercedes-Benz rides.

What exactly is EQ Boost, and how does it work?

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