2014 Mercedes S-Class - assistance systems animation
Mercedes has officially unveiled the 2014 S-Class at the Airbus A380 delivery center in Hamburg, Germany.
Designed to become one of the most luxurious and advanced vehicles ever constructed, the 2014 S-Class has an evolutionary design that incorporates a sportier front fascia, a larger grille and a gentle slanting rear end. The sleek styling enables the model to have drag coefficient of 0.24 which is pretty impressive considering the pint-sized CLA has a drag coefficient of 0.23.
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The 2011 Mercedes-Benz S-Class ranks 1 out of 10 Super Luxury Cars. This ranking is based on our analysis of 93 published reviews and test drives of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.
For 2011, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class continues to offer an ultra-luxurious interior, powerful engines and an impressive suite of cabin and safety electronics. However, the S-Class is pricey, even among super luxury cars, and reviewers note that its COMAND interface is still confusing.
If a well-balanced super luxury car with an opulent, roomy interior is what you seek, the 2011 Mercedes-Benz S-Class should be high on your shopping list. It's available with two powerful engines and features a standard adjustable air suspension that reviewers love. They say that it's compliant and comfortable, yet the sport setting can improves cornering ability nicely.
Still, reviewers say that if you're looking for sport sedan handling, the S-Class isn't the best option. It can't match rivals like the BMW 7-Series or the Porsche Panamera on windy roads, and some mention that its steering feels numb, isolating the driver from the road. Additionally, some reviews write that the transmission -- although smooth and composed -- can be slow to downshift to a lower gear when duty calls.
Inside, the S-Class offers all the luxury you'd expect from Mercedes' flagship sedan. The cabin features classic design cues with leather seating and burl walnut trim, and the seats are roomy and comfortable at all four corners. Additionally, the S-Class provides a long list of standard tech and comfort features that include navigation, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, heated and ventilated front seats and dual-zone climate control.
Despite these pluses, not all reviewers are floored by the S-Class' features. Many note that Mercedes' COMAND interface -- which absorbs many audio, navigation and comfort functions -- is not the most intuitive. Simple tasks like seat adjustments require using COMAND's knob interface to navigate on-screen menus. Passengers more than six feet tall might also like more headroom. But the biggest quibble when considering the S-Class is the price. Starting at $93,000, there are much more affordable options in the super luxury car class.
Other Cars to Consider
If you're interested in a large sedan with a posh interior, you can save thousands by considering the Lexus LS. Starting at about $66,000, the LS comes in around $27,000 cheaper than the base S-Class and offers a similar level of comfort. The trade-off most reviewers note is the ride. The LS' suspension is clearly geared for comfort, while the S-Class straddles the middle ground between the Lexus' posh ride and more nimble rivals.
If whipping around corners in extreme luxury is important to you, the BMW 7-Series and the Porsche Panamera might catch your eye. Base model 7-Series and Panameras are also significantly cheaper, although you'll have to opt for higher trims to match the S-Class in terms of power. The 7-Series starts at under $71,000, while the Panamera can be had for less than $75,000. What's more, opting for a mid-level BMW 750i or Porsche Panamera S will best the S550 in terms of power and still cost less. The 750i starts at $82,500, while the Panamera S' base price is just under $90,000.One thing that all three of these competitors offer is better fuel economy. The EPA estimates that the base LS gets 16 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway, while the base 7-Series and Panamera get 17/25 mpg city/highway and 18/27 mpg, respectively. These numbers are marginally better than the rear-wheel drive S550's 15/23 mpg city/highway fuel economy. If you like the S-Class, but wish you could get more miles per gallon, look to the S400 Hybrid. A diesel S-Class, which will likely have better fuel economy, is expected later this year.
Savvy shoppers might also notice that the Mercedes E-Class offers much of the same appeal and safety features at a lower price. The E-Class is also an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety "Top Safety Pick".
Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
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Mercedes S320 CDI Lang (W221), looking at the interior in the front.
Having a look at all the compartments that are hidden in the front of the car, the Quartz clock in the dashboard and the multifunctional steering wheel.
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