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Thank you for visiting the Los Angeles section of the Mercedes-Benz Club of America (MBCA). MBCA is comprised of 84 sections that span the U.S. and Canada. The Los Angeles section has numerous events throughout the year and this website is here to keep you abreast of these activities. Our goal is to have something for everyone. Social gatherings, car shows, driving events, tech sessions - if we're not doing it, and it's an event you'd like to see happen, email us and we'll see if it's possible.

If you're not a member, take a look around and see what we have to offer. Across the top of each page is a blue navigation bar that can be used to visit the different areas of this site. If you like what you see, please consider joining the Los Angeles section. Our goal is to add to your driving experience.

From The President's Desk

The joys of driving a modern Mercedes Benz.

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s it a C-Class? An E-Class? Or, an S-Class? Since I was a kid, I could easily tell the difference between the various Mercedes models. Furthermore, I even recognized the different model years just by their minor nuance’s. (Headlights, taillights, etc.) I find it really frustrating, when I see a nice Mercedes up ahead and can’t tell what model it is. In 2014, Mercedes came out with the current S-Class design. It was so beautiful that they quickly applied that same look and feel to both the E-Class and the C-Class. Now, all three look the same. The new S Class is coming out at the end of 2020 (as a 2021 model year). From un-official pictures, they changed the very recognizable (and very beautiful in my opinion) front grill to a trapezoid shape. (Similar to Genesis) The dash had a very large screen in it, similar to the one you would find on a Tesla. (ok, maybe not quite as big). I am not a big fan of either of these changes but will reserve my final judgment until it comes out. All this made me realize – if I pay this much attention to detail, I must really love the Mercedes Benz brand.

Sincerely,
Amir Rudyan, President

Los Angeles Section News

As always, photos from all our events can be seen here.

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We've revived the Classified Page. Click here to see it..

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Your Los Angeles section elections are coming up. Details are in the newsletter and we'll have a digital ballot page available shortly.

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As always, we can be reached at info@la-mbca.com.

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