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Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
Mercedes-benz S-class (HT Auto photo)
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₹ 1.38 to 2.79 Crs

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Mercedes-benz S-class
Mileage 7.09 to 13.89 kmpl
Engine 2,925 to 5,980 cc
Transmission Automatic (Torque Converter) - 9 Gears, Sport Mode, Automatic (Torque Converter) - 7 Gears, Sport Mode
Fuel type Petrol Diesel

Mercedes-Benz S-class Variant wise Price, specifications and features

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S-Class Maybach S 650

5980 cc | 621 bhp | 2360 kg

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Engine
5980 cc, 12 Cylinders In V Shape, 3 Valves/Cylinder, SOHC
Emission Standard
BS 6
Drivetrain
RWD
Turbocharger/Supercharger
Twin Turbo
Mileage (ARAI)
7.09 kmpl
Transmission
Automatic (Torque Converter) - 7 Gears, Sport Mode
Engine Type
M279 Twin-Turbocharged V12
Max Torque (Nm@rpm)
1000 Nm @ 2300 rpm
Max Power (bhp@rpm)
621 bhp @ 5000 rpm
Fuel Type
Petrol
Others
Regenerative Braking, Idle Start/Stop
Driving Range
567.2 Km
Minimum Turning Radius
6.2 metres
Rear Brake Type
Ventilated Disc
Spare Wheel
Space Saver
Rear Tyres
275 / 40 R19
Rear Suspension
Independent, Multi-link, 'Magic Body Control' continuously adjusting hydraulic springs
Front Brake Type
Ventilated Disc
Steering Type
Power assisted (Electric)
Front Suspension
Independent, Multi-link, 'Magic Body Control' continuously adjusting hydraulic springs
Wheels
Alloy Wheels
Front Tyres
245 / 45 R19
Kerb Weight
2360 kg
Height
1498 mm
Width
1899 mm
Length
5462 mm
Ground Clearance
140 mm
Wheelbase
3365 mm
Seating Capacity
5 Person
No of Seating Rows
2 Rows
Bootspace
500 litres
Fuel Tank Capacity
80 litres
Doors
4 Doors
*Disclaimer: All prices, specifications and other details mentioned are indicative and subject to change.

Expert Reviews

4 out of 5
Mercedes-Benz S-Class has often been seen as a luxury sedan in a league of its own. The premium flagship sedan from Mercedes-Benz has attempted to raise the bar each time an update has beckoned, with the new model often seeming to compete only with the outgoing one. And that has helped the S-Class become an object of desire, of envy and of absolute and sheer luxury in the automotive world. Little wonder then that when the 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class recently came calling to Indian shores, everyone - once again - stood up to take note.After all, money may not buy happiness in our world but it can sure offer ultra and ultimate luxury packed into four wheels. At 2.17 crore (starting, ex showroom), the latest S-Class continues to be only for the richer among the rich but look beyond its asking price and it is easy to see just why it is a massive update over the preceding model, especially in terms of all that it has on offer inside the cabin.So, when the new S-Class did pull into my driveway recently, I - for a change - lost not time to jump into the backseats to begin the exploration. Like Charlie in Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, it was my moment of absolute elation!Moving beyond the basics of luxury:I can tell you that the cabin is opulent I can tell you that the seats are soft and comfortable I can even tell you that the quality of materials is top-notch There's a lot of space and the aesthetics are superbBut these are obvious, aren't they? Certainly factors that can be taken for granted and what one would definitely expect in a flagship Mercedes But what sets this Mercedes apart from the model it replaces is the sheer number of features that it packs and with the careful attention to intricate details that may not be immediately evident to the naked eye Read More

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