According to WikiPpedia the S-Class are the flagship vehicles of Mercedes-Benz and each generation typically introduces a range of technical innovations and developments that over time will find their way into smaller cars.
The 2007 S-Class was available at Canadian dealership, from early 2007. Price started at $118 000.
The 2007 S Class car was larger in all three dimensions, then the preceding model, gaining an inch in width, 1.7 in. in length and a full 3.0 in. in wheelbase.
New tech features at that time, included a radar-based, distance-monitoring cruise control system, active seat cushion inflation for better support in the event of a collision, and an infrared night vision system similar to the one Cadillac offered a few years back, before 2007.
This was ninth generation S-Class with a lot of character, but the front end remained unmistakably Mercedes Benz. The trunk was not a typical oversized trunk, due to the increase in cabin space.
This 2007 S-Class features lower drag, smoother underbody, Airmatic air suspension, which lowers itself at higher speeds.
The 2007 S-Class feature a 7-speed automatic transmission, with the S500 having a 382-horsepower V-8. Another 7 Series feature: a small shift lever mounted on the right side of the steering column; push the stalk up for Reverse, pull it down for Drive and push the button on the end of it for Park.
In April, 2007 the 510 horsepower V 12 bi turbo S600 arrived in Canada and then the even quicker 6 liter S65 arived in late summer.
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