Mercedes-Benz produced over 30 models of cars in 2014, including the C-, E- and S-class sedans and coupes, along with SL and SLK coupes and convertibles. In addition to cars, Mercedes-Benz also produced the G-, GL- and GLA-class sport utility vehicles, as well as the Metris and Sprinter vans.
Mercedes-Benz most popular vehicle lines are its sedan, coupe and wagon models, which are part of the manufacturer's compact C-class, mid-sized E-class and full-size S-class line-ups. Each vehicle class includes a number of engine choices denoted by the numeric code of the model, though these do not always correspond to the actual size of the engine as they did for some previous Mercedes-Benz models. For example, the 2014 C250 sedan has a 1.8-liter engine rather than a 2.5-liter engine as the name would imply in older models. These vehicles were also made in high-performance AMG editions that included larger engines tuned by Mercedes-Benz's AMG performance affiliate along with additional performance upgrades.
SL-class vehicles and their smaller SLK siblings represented Mercedes-Benz's convertible offerings for 2014. Coupes versions of these vehicles were available in high-performance AMG models. One notable exception is the SLS, which was available as both a coupe and a convertible. The SLS was the highest-performing car offered by the car maker in 2014 in its AMG GT Final Edition trim.