The Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan gained two potent new engines for 2003. A supercharged 5.5-liter V-8 generates 493 horsepower in the S55 AMG; the twin-turbo V-12 in the S600 produces the same horsepower output. An available Pre-Safe system can recognize an impending impact before it occurs so it ... Read Full Report
The full-size S-Class sedans from Mercedes-Benz are getting a bit long in the tooth -- a successor model is due to be unveiled this fall at the Frankfurt show -- but the big four-door remains a formidable presence in the luxury market in terms of size, comfort, safety and advanced technology.We tested a 2005 S430 4Matic with all-wheel drive (a no-cost option) and a sticker of $79,430. SHE: I no... Read full review for the 2005 Mercedes Benz S Class
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I bought a used 2005 S55 AMG for 50 grand, and let me tell you!!!! This car is absolutley amazing. This car is considered a "super-sedan" Any one, and every one who knows something about cars knows th... Read Full Review
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