2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Review: Why This Sedan Is A Technological Wonder
In the car market, the 2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class has relatively few rivals. One well-known alternative for this sedan is the Range Rover. The luxury car has really promising features and abilities, yet lacks the Mercedes’ functional technology features, distinguished quality, infotainment systems and efficiency.
Elegant Design, Great Performance
Aside from being elegant, the 2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class accelerates the future, thanks to its wide range of advanced power. According to Mercedes-Benz USA, from ultra-low emissions to ultra-high power, the engines of the S-Class sedan accelerate the pace of progress. Meaning, they turn fuel, as well as air, into both motion and emotion.
Aside from that, the automaker also confirms that the S-Class are cars that rejuvenate in a most relaxing way. Every element of the car is designed to soothe and stimulate the thoughts of the driver and passengers. The cabin air can be ionized, double-filtered installed by an innovative aromatherapy fragrance. The armrests can be heated for those who are living in a very cold place. The seats have a "hot stone" massage so that it is really relaxing while you are in it.
Intelligent Driving, No To Danger
According to Edmunds, all flagship luxury cars are fantastic depending on its component. However, as technology grows, car owners are seeking more for their driving experience. That is what the Mercedes-Benz wants to achieve this year with its S-Class, to give the desire of the car owners. However, with its technological wonder and goal of making safe rides, this iconic sedan is one step above its rivals.
The 2017 S-Class literally looks ahead with its 360 degrees viewing features. This is made in order to spot hazards coming to the driver's way. A tool for both standard and optional systems can alert the driver once there are dangers, then assist in braking, and even respond autonomously to prevent accidents with other vehicles, as well as pedestrians.
In addition to that, there are also 12.3-inch high-resolution screens with the combination of analog-style instruments and lifelike animated displays. This screen can give the driver and even passengers the driving systems, transportation settings, entertainment, and navigation. The 2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class also has SiriusXM Radio and in-vehicle apps like Yelp, which will also serve as a remote controller.
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