2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review – The Mercedes-Benz S350d is known as a technology leader not only for Mercedes itself, yet for the car industry as a whole. In any case, given that the current S-Class has been with us since the 2014 model year, some updates were needed to keep that title.
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review that’s where the 2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d comes in. Debuting this week at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show, this refreshed version of Mercedes-Benz flagship gets an updated infotainment interface and more driver-assistance tech, as well as new engines and a mild restyling. 2019 Mercedes-Benz S450 Changes and Review
Between the many changes for the restored 2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d my colleague Steven Ewing comprehensive the improvements previous this year – is the introduction of a new six-cylinder engine that slots underneath the V8-powered Mercedes-Benz S350d. Named Mercedes-Benz S350d, the new base powertrain gives a thriftier entrance into S-Class acquisition for shoppers. In any case, since it’s wrapped up in these kinds of a lovely car, there’s entirely nothing “base” at all about the Mercedes-Benz S350d model.
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Interior
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review when you consider that this is an unmitigated luxury limousine, it becomes imperative that the cabin be as inviting as possible. Where previously the line between luxury limousines like the S-Class and super-luxury barges like the Bentley Flying Spur were pretty clearly defined, the Mercedes-Benz S350d closed the gap and blurred that line. The level of luxury, quality, and attention to detail is so extreme that Mercedes-Benz Review themselves organized a media preview in early 2013 ahead of the model’s launch just to show off the cabin. It’s that great.
The biggest feature (somewhat literally) are the dual 12.3-inch widescreens that inhabit the dash, with the one in front of the driver taking the place of traditional dials and binnacles. The other houses Mercedes-Benz S350d system, which allows drivers to configure just about every aspect of the S-Class to their liking. The seats are so comfortable they beggar belief, and all pews (sans the middle seat at the back) can be specified to offer a massage function. A Burmeister sound system features here as well, which means that a spa-experience can be had if one were to pair that hot-stone massage with some whale songs.
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Exterior
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review compared to the muscular previous-generation, the sixth-generation Mercedes-Benz S350d bears an elegant and lean design that looks more like a bloated CLS than a full-size limousine. There are sweeping character lines that run the whole length of the car, and blend into each other purposefully at the rear. The graceful esthetic of the rear, which can even be described as ‘soothing’ to the eye, is in sharp contrast to the imposing front end, that manages to be assertive without being overly aggressive. Of course, there are AMG upgrades to turn the aggression up to eleven, turning the Mercedes-Benz S350d into something we’d call quietly aggressive.
The Mercedes-Benz S350d may not have the same athleticism as the Jaguar XJ or the stoic and unflustered Audi A8, however it certainly looks special. This Mercedes-Benz S350d was the first car in the world to feature LED lighting exclusively in every aspect, making the enormous Benz very recognizable at night. The Mercedes-Benz S350d definitely looks more purposeful than the Porsche Panamera, a contender that commands a significant portion of the market, however the latest version from Stuttgart means Porsche isn’t going anywhere without a fight.
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Engine
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review range in Australia consists of petrol, diesel, and hybrid options. The range starts with the S300h BlueTec Hybrid, with a 2.1-liter 150kW diesel engine paired to an electric motor, similar to the smaller Mercedes-Benz S350d BlueTec Hybrid. Moving up, you get the S350d which packs a more powerful 190kW 3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel. If you’re willing to trade fuel consumption for (a little more) refinement, the S400 with its 3.0-liter 245kW engine will likely appeal.
Above this, there’s the properly-quick Mercedes-Benz S350d that packs a 4.7-liter V8, capable of 335kW while consuming only 9.2-liters/100km (or so Mercedes-Benz claims). 2019 Mercedes-Benz S400 L Review. All S-Classes come standard-fit with a 7-speed automatic gearbox, that’s been largely considered to be faultless.
2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Release Date and Price
Pricing for the revised 2019 Mercedes-Benz S350d Redesign and Review starts from $90,895, which makes the nameplate almost $5,000 more affordable than the outgoing model. In any case, that’s because there is a new base model with a V-6 engine. Add 4Matic all-wheel-drive and the sticker for the Mercedes-Benz S350d version jumps to $93,895.