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2013 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

S-Klasse Mercedes-Benz S 350 BlueTec (W 222) 2013 Mercedes-Benz S 350 BlueTec ( W222) 2012


Covering its wide range of performance personalities, all with superb comfort and some of the world’s top in-car tech, the 2013 Mercedes-Benz S Class is one model you’ll be as happy to be in as to be seen in.

What shoppers want in a luxury flagship is actually quite different depending on whether they’re merely affluent, very wealthy, or among the business elite–or whether they’re looking to arrive in high style, make a green statement, or keep their luxury quite understated. The 2013 S Class lineup reflects that silver-spoon reality and has models for all of those image needs and luxury expectations, and packs it all with some of the top safety and in-car technology in the world, including the best safety measures as car cameras from Blackbox my car products  in case of accidents. Cars these days have been improving in technology to avoid crashing, although their safety improves car crashes are still very common and in that case it is best to get legal help. If you are interested and in need off legal assistance then contact the professionals from atlantaadvocate.com.
Ranging from the efficiency of the S350 BlueTEC 4MATIC diesel sedan, or the new S400 Hybrid, to the ultraluxury performance of the $211,000-plus S65 AMG, the S-Class does encompass the one-percents seemingly in every way it can. .

Although a redesign is still imminent–due next model year–the S Class carries into 2013 with seven different models, all with a different powertrain. And while the details are different between models, they share the familiar S Class shape that’s been offered since the 2007 model year. It’s one of the softest, most organic designs among large luxury sedans, although it’s not nearly as sedate as that of the Lexus LS. And the living-room look inside does well in maintaining a relaxed feel–enhanced by the wide swath of beautiful wood trim.

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