Articles about Mercedes Benz S Class

We can’t blame him
Worthwhile sisig joints are about a dime a dozen here in the Philippines. In fact, you can even drop by an unassuming roadside eatery to get your fix. Over in San Francisco, though? One name stands out: Señor Sisig.What began
Upgrades for improved power and presence, check
Let it be known that Brabus is not one for procrastinating. The seventh-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class was only revealed late last year, but the German tuner has already applied its, how to put this...specialist touch.We'll start with
In case you can’t wait for the local launch
Affluent motorists who've been eagerly awaiting the latest S-Class from Mercedes-Benz will be happy to learn that the luxury sedan is being made available for pre-order ahead of its local launch.Auto Nation Group, the German car manufacturer'
Up to P2.09-M off
Auto Nation Group, Mercedes-Benz's official Philippine distributor, is making its cars easier to buy in celebration of Chinese New Year 2021.To ring in the Year of the Ox, the German luxury car manufacturer is slashing the prices of a
“It’s a car that fits everything Merc wants to stand for”
The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a very, very good car. "Arguably the biggest reset since the Sonderklasse first arrived in 1972," we surmised. Commenting on the fact that the S-Class has led the car world for decades isn't
Not just top of the Merc range, but top of its entire class
It's impossible not to think of the previous six generations of Mercedes-Benz S-Class as you approach this seventh iteration. Think of them and pity such piffling technological world firsts as antilock brakes (1978, on the W116) or airbags (1981'
Oldies but goodies
In news entirely unrelated to the glitziness of the new Mercedes-Maybach S-Class's grille, feast your eyes on some old Mercs. Specifically, the first three generations of the S-Class.Yes, Big Benzes from before the W116 have been retroactively
It doesn’t try to hide its ultra-luxe leanings
Two-tone paint. Among others, Ford did it on the run-out special edition Cortina Crusader back in 1982. Now Mercedes-Benz is dusting it down for its new Maybach, and then some.The process is too convoluted to go into fully
It's the era of repeating-number sales
If you know what November 11th means to the online shopping community, chances are you yourself have your cart packed with soon-to-be-discounted items already. Detergents, dog food, rolls of tissue paper-these are just some of the staples you'
Along with up to P500,000 in discounts on other models
A lot of promos have been rolled out this month already, but the list just keeps on growing. If you're on the lookout for a brand-new car this month, then you're definitely in luck.Now, if you've got
A lot of hopes and dreams are riding on this car
Is the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class too complicated? Not according to the company's chairman, Ola Källenius. Oddly for this Zoom and Teams-stuffed COVID comms era, he's on the other end of a phone line in Sindelfingen, having
There’s a lot happening here
Usually, the press release for a brand-new car is a few thousand words long. Cars are big, complicated things, so explaining how they work normally requires many pages of many words.But the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is bigger and
Watch in style
Those who like to drive-in, er, in style should get themselves a Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Spec'd with the individual seat configuration in the rear, the two seats are separated by a drinks cabinet with Rolls-Royce whisky glasses and decanter,
Face recognition and an augmented-reality HUD, anyone?
To tide us over until we see the actual car in a few months, Mercedes-Benz has given us a sneak peek of its new flagship's interior tech. And unsurprisingly, there's not a button in sight.Yep-the new S-
It’s still the segment benchmark
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is, without a doubt, the benchmark big luxury sedan, the one Audi, BMW, Lexus, Cadillac, and even Jaguar and Maserati must define themselves by and be measured against. This car defines the sector and is the one
Its evolution is rather interesting
Mercedes-Benz clearly has a psychic wunderkind stationed deep within its Stuttgart walls, because it doesn't build cars-it builds the future.You'll know this because every single S-Class previews technology you'll soon be able to find in
It has clocked in just over 35,000km
These days, even the base-spec Mercedes-Benz S-Class comes crammed full of tech and will set you back around £75,000 (around P4.82 million). Granted, it's a very good car-the best in its class, even-but we
It will do 0-100kph in 4.5sec and run 644km on a single charge, Merc claims
Welcome to the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS-essentially, the fully-electric S-Class of the future. Don't believe us? Mercedes calls it "a trailblazer for the entire Mercedes-Benz EQ family," meaning it does for the manufacturer's electric range what
No more V12s in a sedan after this
This, to spell out the bleedingly obvious, is a very expensive, V12-powered, AMG-badged S-Class. And it fulfills the usual AMG S-Class tropes, such as possessing enough power to run a small village and enough torque to pull said
They don't make ’em like they used to
Welcome to, as of its release in the mid-'80s, the most powerful Mercedes-Benz production car ever. Well, kinda.Yep, the 560 SEC is the S-Class Coupe of the era-a big, boaty two-door GT car for cannoning down
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