What is the price of the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class in Germany?

In this blog, we will find out the price of the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class and also answer the following questions: what are the key specifications of the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class? Which models are available in the Mercedes Benz S Class? What is the difference between Mercedes Benz S Class and Mercedes Benz S Class Maybach?

What is the price of the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class in Germany?

The 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class starts from €93,438 in Germany. Mercedes Benz launched the new S Class model services W223 in 2020. The latest S Class comes in three different versions, they are standard, long wheelbase and Mercedes Mayback. The Mercedes Benz Maybach model is the longest S Class available on sale. 

The latest S class is the seventh generation model and it is developed on the MRA-II architecture. Mercedes Benz will manufacture all the latest models based on this platform as it offers more rigidity with a minimum increase in weight. Mercedes Benz used aluminium in the front multi-link suspension components, the Airmatic suspension system is standard equipment across all S Class models. 

At the rear, there is also an independent suspension setup. Mercedes Benz also designed a steering rack for the rear axle. The rear-wheel steering can turn both the rear wheels independently to the front wheels. This improves the manoeuvrability of the S class and also allows for easy parallel parking.

The airmatic suspension can automatically lower the vehicle and the latest airmatic bellows have additional valves that can quickly fill the air in small chambers inside the air bellows. There can be up to three air chambers per bellow and the speed of the vehicle raising and lowering is really fast.

The new S Class is also taller than the model it replaces, there is 16 mm more headroom in the interior. The interior also features a second-generation Mercedes Benz user experience interface. There is a massive 12.8 inches O-led display located in the centre console. All the vehicle features can be accessed from the dedicated menus in the MBUX system.

There is an integrated fingerprint sensor in the lower control panel. Customers can now customise different profiles and access them using their fingerprints. The MBUX is also capable of finding the correct driving position and saving it once the driver inputs his or her height into the MBUX.

What are the key specifications of the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class?

The following table contains the key specifications of the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class.

SpecificationsMercedes Benz S Class
Starting price€93,438
wheelbase3,106 mm
height1,954 mm
Curb weight1,995–2,350 kg
Luggage capacity540 L
Number of passengers4

The Mercedes Benz S Class comes with inline 6 cylinder petrol and diesel engines with mile hybrid technology. All the engines are mated to a 9 G Tronic automatic transmission. The rear-wheel-drive is in the S 350 d only the rest of the models are all-wheel-drive with a fully variable transfer case. 

The powertrain option remains the same in the standard Long and the Maybach Mercedes Benz S Class. Mercedes Benz will launch a 6.0-litre V12 engine for the range-topping Mercedes Maybach S 680.

Which models are available in the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class?

The following models are available in the 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class:-

  • S350 d / S 350d 4matic

The Mercedes S 350d is the cheapest S Class model. It is powered by OM 656 inline 6-cylinder diesel engine. The OM 656 is twin-turbocharged and produces 282 brake horsepower at 3400rpm and a torque of 600 Nm at only 1200 rpm. The top speed of the S 350 d is 250 km/hr and 0-100 km/ hr time is only 6.4 seconds. The 4 Matic model is slightly faster compared to the rear-wheel-drive model as it has better traction and it reaches 0-100 km/ hr in 6.2 seconds. The combined fuel consumption of the S 350 d is 6.2 litres/ 100 km. with the fuel tank capacity of 76 litres, the S 350 d can travel 1225 km in a full tank of gas.

  • S 400 d 4Matic 

The S 400 d is also powered by the same OM 656 engine but it produces 326 brake horsepower at 3400 rpm and 700 Nm of torque at 1200 rpm. The top speed remains unchanged at 250 km/hr but the boost in power and torque means it will accelerate from 0-100 km/hr in 5.4 seconds. The S400 only comes in an all-wheel-drive system and gets off the line very quickly due to superior traction available by all four wheels. The combined mileage is slightly low compared to 350d, it is 6.4 litre / 100 km and the range on a full tank of gas is 1187 km.

  • S 450 4 Matic

The Mercedes Benz S 450 4 Matic is powered by the latest inline 6-cylinder petrol engine M256. It comes with a 48 volts mild-hybrid system and the combined power output is 362 brake horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. The top speed of the S 450 is 250 km/hr and the acceleration time from 0 km/hr to 100 km/hr in 5.1 seconds. The M256 is the latest petrol engine and all the ancillary components like the water pump, alternator and air conditioning compressor are connected to a 48 V electrical system.

The combined mileage of S450 is 7.8 litres/ 100 km and the range is 974 km.

  • S500 4 Matic

The S 500 is also powered by the M256 petrol engine but it is in a higher state of tune. The M256 in S 500 makes 429 brake horsepower and 520 Nm of torque. The top speed is limited to 250 km/hr and acceleration from 0-100 km/hr is in 4.9 seconds. The combined fuel economy is 7.8 litres/ 100 km and the range in a full tank of gas remains unchanged at 974 km.

The following table shows the approximate price of different models of the 2021 S class in Germany

ModelsPrice 
S350d / S350 long€93,438 – €96,094
S 350d 4Matic/ S350 d 4matic long€97,150 – €99,806
S400 d 4matic/ long€103,994 – €106,998
S450 4 Matic long€106,650
S500 4 Matic €115,130

The prices are inclusive of taxes and Mercedes Benz can change the cost of the models.

Conclusion 

The 2021 Mercedes Benz S Class is the most advanced car on sale today. It is mainly built in the Mercedes Benz factory located in Germany which ensures superior built quality and comfort. The price of S Class in Germany is cheaper and customers can even take advantage of the Mercedes Benz European delivery program when it resumes.

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