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A Quick Comparison Between BMW and Mercedes-Benz

The Battle of Luxury Cars: BMW vs Mercedes-Benz

Comparison between BMW and Mercedes
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BMW deserves praise for thinking outside the box by constructing a factory in South Carolina. The Spartanburg, South Carolina, the plant was founded in 1994 and has since manufactured the X5 SAV and the Z3 — now Z4 — roadster.

In the 1990s, BMW also bought controlling stakes in other automakers, such as Rolls-Royce and Rover, as it sought to increase its global influence. BMW eventually sold off Rover's Rover and MG divisions but preserved the Mini name.

In the US, BMW automobiles are widely available. The American fleet consists of coupes, sedans, convertibles, roadsters, and SUVs, with new vehicles in various stages of development that are being prepped for distribution.


Since more than a century ago, Mercedes-Benz has produced high-quality automobiles as a division of Daimler Chrysler. Chrysler Corporation was acquired by Daimler Chrysler [DCX] in 1998 as part of an effort to broaden its reach. Although Plymouth was abandoned a few years later, brands including Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, and Mopar joined the DCX family.

The Mercedes Benz name is synonymous with luxury automobiles, and the brand is well-represented in the US by a variety of sedans, coupes, convertibles, tall wagons, SUVs, roadsters, and other high-quality automobiles.

What has Common with Both?

There is one thing Mercedes Benz and BMW owners have in common: regular maintenance. The automakers are renowned for only using the best OEM parts in their premium automobiles.

Both businesses use quality products from manufacturers like Bosch, Hella, Mahle, Textar, Brembo, Bilstein, Feb, SKF, and others. The majority are of German descent and are renowned throughout the world for creating the best parts for automakers.

Replacement auto parts cost more when bought from dealer parts departments. Consumers should prepare to pay a fortune for each part once all tariffs, import charges, and third-party markups are taken into account.

The paradigm has recently changed as more businesses, including Car Parts Stuff, are selling directly to customers thanks to the expanding internet wholesale market. The better online wholesalers have greatly reduced costs because of their low overhead and direct purchasing from top manufacturers. For you, the consumer, this translates into actual savings.

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