The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Saloon.
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The S-Class Saloon S350d AMG Line
|Deposit / Trade-in||€47,985|
|36 Monthly Payments of||€2,035.26|
|Total Cost of Credit||€1,714.85|
Modern aesthetics and generous luxury.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz S-Class Saloon sets the benchmark for luxury saloon with its new design. Both impressive in presence and self-confident on the move, the new S-Class is both sporty and elegant. With its distinctive body lines and its ground-breaking innovations, it leads by example.
Its character and charisma on the exterior met with the exquisite materials on the interior will ensure you make a confident statement.
Take a closer look.
Enter your comfort zone.
Powering the new S-Class is a new range of highly efficient engines, all fitted with a 'keyless' start function. These new 6-cyclinder petrol and diesel engines will be made up by the S350d 4MATIC, S400d 4MATIC and the S500d 4MATIC boosting from 286 hp up to 435 hp.
Giving you peace of mind.
Now, in its latest form, the S-Class has many new elements that distinguish it from its predecessor, including an array of safety technologies that makes the new Mercedes-Benz S‑Class a partner you can always rely on.
This includes the new active ambient lighting system which uses innovative light signals to shed light on everything on the road and enhances your safety by warning you of any danger. Also the innovative rear airbags which can in addition protect the passengers in the outer rear seats. Along with further driving assistance systems which not only ensures your wellbeing but other road users wellbeing too.
Declan Colley, Irish Examiner
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Review.
In every aspect of endeavour there are benchmarks against which everything is measured.
For example, in sport, benchmarks are set and broken all the time; in art, the main benchmarks have been there for, in some cases, centuries, although new ones come along now and then; ditto in literature and rock ‘n’ roll.
In the world of the premium executive luxury car, however, there has only ever been one benchmark – the Mercedes S-Class.
OK you can have your Rolls Royces or your Bentleys in the uber-luxury segments or even your Maybachs (which are – ironically – built by Mercedes), but at the very top end of what might be called ‘standard’ luxury automobiles, the S-Class has reigned supreme since we first saw it in 1972.