About Mercedes S Class

    The Mercedes S Class got its start for the 1980 model year (1981 in the US) built off of the W126 chassis. Best known as the marque's largest sedan, the S Class holds a reputation for luxury and comfort worldwide. Primary engine configurations at the model's debut were the turbodiesel options (300 SD, 350 SD, and 350SDL), the inline six-cylinder (300 SE, 300 SEL), and the V8 (380 SE/SEL, 420 SEL, and 560 SEL). It was during the first generation of the model where Mercedes' reputation for top-class safety features first made their way to the forefront, as airbags and ABS brakes were made standard equipment. The inaugural generation of the Mercedes S Class was produced until 1990, when the W140 platform took over.

    Second-generation versions of the Mercedes S Class showcased numerous changes, including the overall weight of the vehicle as well as the addition of new dual-pane windows. Four trim levels were made available ranging from the S320, which was outfitted with an inline six-cylinder engine good for 228 horsepower to the more dynamic S600 that displayed a V12 capable of almost four hundred horsepower. In between were the S420, which was equipped with a 275 hp V8, and the S500, whose V8 threw out 315 horsepower. Engines were mated to a four-speed automatic transmission or a five-speed manual. By the mid-1990s, the model received clear turn signals, new headlights, and several other updates to the exterior parts. Eventually, both Electronic Stability Control and a new air suspension were added, as well.

    Moved to the W221 platform, the third generation of the Mercedes S Class was unveiled at the 2006 North American International Auto Show and released to US dealers later that year. Slightly larger and featuring updated engines along with a host of changes to S Class parts inside and out, the model was given a complete overhaul compared to the previous generation. Trims included the S350 (3.7L V6), S430 (4.3L V8), S500 (5.0L V8), and the S600, which boasted a twin-turbocharged 5.5L V12 rated at 493 horsepower and 590 pounds-per-foot of torque. For 2007, the powertrains were upgraded yet again. The S550 presented a 5.5L V8 which makes 382 horsepower and could be had with 4Matic all-wheel drive. The S63 AMG utilized a 6.2L V8 which produced 518 horsepower and 465 pounds-per-foot of torque. Once again, at the top of the list were two V12 variants. The S600 was given a twin-turbo V12 which pumped out a hefty 510 horsepower while the S65 AMG provided a whopping 604 horsepower along with 738 pounds-per-foot of torque.

    The Mercedes S Class is the standard. A real-live hall of famer, this luxury icon boasts characteristics that are often imitated, but never equaled. Packing more power than basically any model in its category, the S Class performs with lightening-quick acceleration backed by solid Mercedes parts. It makes for a truly luxurious drive on the freeway or down a desolate country road-oozing elegance the entire trip. Each series of the S Class offers the most comfort imaginable, providing a heralded level of excitement to all who get to ride in this one-of-a-kind masterpiece as well as it welcomes to enhance it with stylish accessories. carries a complete lineup of Mercedes S Class Accessories and Parts that define class and style. It doesn't matter if you crave elegant decor or high-tech protection against the elements, we offer the Mercedes S Class accessories and parts perfect for the job, including spoilers, floor mats, wheels, and grille guards. And since we depend on the highest rated manufacturers in the business, all of our Mercedes S Class accessories and parts are guaranteed to be of the highest quality available. Intrigued? Click on your Model Year above today to find out more!

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    2011 Mercedes-Benz S-Class By Carlsson
    2011 Mercedes-Benz S-Class By Carlsson

    After the Brabus company released a tuning package for the 2011 S-Class another company decided to improve this high-end car. The package includes plenty of aesthetic upgrades, though the most impressive is the tuneup of the 5.5-liter 12-cylinder bi-turbo engine from 517 to 600 hp. This power improvement allows to run the car from 0 to 62 mph for 4.3 seconds, the top speed is 198 mph. If these numbers do not sound impressive, Carlsson offers another one package for the S63 AMG increasing its power from 571 hp to 684 hp!

    Besides the power improvement there are other things that make this vehicle just staggering: an aero kit with a new front lip, a lid spoiler, and front and rear aprons. The front-end changes include a new grille, four new headlights and a set of LED day running lights. The suspension of the vehicle was lowered 30 mm with the help of the C-Tronic lowering kit. The underline the perfect look of the vehicle it was fitted with a set of Brilliant Edition alloy wheels, 19 or 20 inch sized.

    Inside, Carlsson decorated the S-Class Mercedes with leather upholstery that has the company's badging on the headrests and a blue illuminated signature on the door sill. Overall, the package would not overwhelm you with anything outstanding. Though anything that’s over the top can ruin the luxury car’s overall prestige.

    2012 Mercedes S-Class Future Technologies
    2012 Mercedes S-Class Future Technologies

    According to Car Magazine, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class will be available in four different body styles: the standard wheelbase S-Class, the S-Class Coupe, and finally the four-seater convertible. The standard S-Class Coupe is going to replace the Mercedes-Benz CL-Class. The new 2012 S-Class features Magic Body Control (MBC), the coolest high-tech option.

    Magic Body Control uses two cameras that are able to scan the road surface for irregularities and roughness to smooth out the ride. These cameras can scan the area from 15 to 45 feet in front of the vehicle and can identify imperfections from 0.4 to 0.8 inches at speed up to 80 miles per hour.

    Another technology available on the new Mercedes S-Class is Magic Light Control, a full LED setup that automatically changes with weather conditions, steering angle, and speed. The vehicle also features the modified COMAND infotainment system with large TFT LCD display. The Mercedes S-Class competes with the BMW 7 Series and the Audi A8 and continues to be the sales leader in the luxury vehicle segment.

    The Mercedes-Benz S-Class coupe version is going to be on sale in 2013. The S-Class convertible will be put on the market in 2014 and is planning to be with nine-speed automatic transmission.