Mercedes-Benz has been linked to American market subscription services in recent weeks, and in a press release Thursday, the company confirmed it will launch a subscription service, Mercedes-Benz Collection, to be rolled out in pilot markets of Philadelphia and Nashville, Tennessee.

Like other vehicular services of this type, it will allow subscribers to hop between the brand's cars that fit their changing day-to-day needs and desires. A hybrid for quiet, low-cost commuting during the week, a convertible for the scenic drive, or an SUV to tow a boat trailer. Mercedes-Benz says options include coupes, cabriolets, roadsters, sedans, wagons, and SUVs, presumably encompassing crossovers under the SUV umbrella. Varying price tiers will determine what vehicles a subscriber has access to, as we presume that the tire-torturing AMG performance models (Mercedes says they will be available) might be limited to applicants willing to pay for higher subscription tiers.

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