Mercedes-Benz S-Class Performance Features

April 4th, 2016 by


The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is regarded by many as one of the world’s finest performance cars. The base model of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class features a V-8, 4.7 liter and twin-turbocharged engine. The power of the engine is powered at 449 horsepower and the result is 0 to 60 miles per hour speed within just 4.8 seconds. And despite the fast pace, it offers both quietness and isolation.

The S-Class also comes with a seven-speed automatic and although S550 may not be regarded as a sports sedan, no one can deny its potency. The same logic applies to its base model S550 Coupe.

You can opt for an S600 model that feature a twin-turbocharged 6.0 liter V-12 engine with a horsepower of 523. Though there is more potency in the V-12, it is bulkier. That makes it an option for boulevard cruiser. It boasts of features such as V12 badging and the conservative rumble that gives it a status symbol.

No matter which of the Sedan or S-Class Coupe you go for, you can be sure of one thing. These are athletic large and fast sedans. However, they do not provide the feel or the connection for the drivers of the more compact cars of the brand.

The other variants of the ladder include AMG to S-Class. In SG3 AMG, Coupe and Sedan are equipped with excellent performance features. Such luxurious and big vehicles are not so agile or fast. While that cannot be regarded as a sport sedan in real sense, the new S-Class’ AMG variants have a record of delivering impressive speed.

If you want to test drive any Mercedes-Benz car, you can drop in at Mercedes-Benz Brampton.







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