Mercedes-Benz S Class

Mercedes-Benz S Class 1972–1998

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a line of full-size luxury sedans and limousines produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz. The S-Class is known for its exceptional build quality, advanced technology, and luxurious features. It is often considered the flagship model of the Mercedes-Benz lineup.

Mercedes-Benz introduced the W116 series in 1972, marking the first time the S-Class name was officially used. Produced from 1972 to 1980, the W116 featured four-wheel independent suspension and disc brakes. The SE and SEL variants were available for the 280, 350, and 450 (4.5L version), and a total of 473,035 units were produced.

In 1979, the W126 series was launched, replacing the W116 line in the US and Australia as a 1980 or 1981 model. The W126 series featured improved aerodynamics and larger aluminium engine blocks. The S-Class was available with straight-6 and V8 engines, with the diesel variant being popular in Europe and the straight-six models selling well in the United States. The W126 was highly regarded by journalists, with many complimenting the V8 models.

The W140 series succeeded the W126 line in 1991, with the first production model being built in April of that year. The W140 grew in size, with two wheelbase lengths and a shorter-wheelbase W140 coupe. A total of 432,732 units were produced.

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