Mercedes-Benz S-Class Leasing
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An indulgently luxurious limousine.
Packed with the latest in-car technology.
Brand-new model introduced in early 2021.
Why Lease A Mercedes-Benz S-Class?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
he S-Class is a 4-door saloon, but it’s a pretty big one, so storage and practicality are good, if not quite hitting the heights of a large SUV or estate car like the Range Rover. The boot can hold a decent 550 litres of luggage, which is more than key rival the Audi A8 can manage, and accessing it is very easy thanks to a hands-free power-operated bootlid. Finally, there’s oodles of storage space for odds and ends, with a large box under the central armrest, hefty cupholders and generously proportioned door bins.
Just because the S-Class is aimed at wealthy clientele, that doesn’t mean running costs haven’t been taken into consideration by Mercedes. The smooth S350d diesel will return just over 40mpg in typical use, while the S400d hovers around the 37- or 38mpg park. The S500 petrol is unsurprisingly thirstier, but driven gently can still hit a reasonable 32- to 34mpg. If you really want to minimise your running costs when leasing a Mercedes S-Class, it’s worth holding out for the soon-to-be-launched petrol-electric plug-in hybrid.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class SaloonThe ‘standard’ S-Class is a pretty special car in its own right, with a classically elegant 4-door saloon profile and plenty of room for occupants front and rear. This shorter-wheelbase bodystyle can only be specified with the AMG Line and AMG Line Premium trim levels.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Saloon LongThey say space is the ultimate luxury and the long-wheelbase S-Class certainly offers plenty of that, with limousine-like legroom for back-seat passengers. The S-Class Long is an option with the AMG Line Premium trim, but is the only bodystyle available for the more expensive Premium Executive, Premium Plus and Premium Plus Executive specs.
High Performance ModelsHigh-performance AMG versions of the latest 2021-model Mercedes S-Class haven’t been unveiled yet, but rest assured they are coming. Highlights from previous generations included the racy V8-engined S63 and mighty V12-powered S65 models – and their forthcoming successors are likely to be just as thrilling and powerful.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Vs Competitors
Specific reliability data on the S-Class is sparse, as relatively few are made, but as the flagship of Mercedes’ range, it’s put together with absolute focus on durability, quality and dependability, so there should be no worries here.
The S-Class has a 550-litre boot capacity, which is useful when you consider it’s often used as a VIP airport or hotel shuttle and therefore needs to carry a large suitcase or 3 with ease.
Technically just one (AMG Line), but the Premium, Premium Executive, Premium Plus and Premium Plus Executive equipment packs effectively serve as trim levels.
Yes, all models of S-Class come with a sophisticated parking-assistance system that will scan a potential parking space to make sure the car will fit, and then guide you into it automatically.
The S-Class has built up an enviable reputation and rock-solid brand image over the years, and Mercedes works hard to ensure each generation can live up to the name. It offers the best of everything, without compromise.
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