The Mercedes-Benz S600 sedan has a potent new engine for 2003; the twin-turbo V-12 in produces 493 horsepower output. An available Pre-Safe system can recognize an impending impact before it occurs so it can adjust the seats to the safest position and activate the seat belt pretensioners. DVD-based navigation system and MP3 play capability became standard. Exterior Mercedes-Benz describes the S-Class as a sedan with a coupelike profile that’s highlighted by a low nose and taller tail. A laid-back grille and smooth underbody improve airflow, which keeps the sedan’s coefficient of drag at a mere 0.27. The S600 has Active Body Control that continuously adjusts suspension firmness to eliminate body roll during cornering, acceleration and braking. Interior Fitted with a three-place rear bench, the S-Class seats up to five occupants. The front seats have 14-way power adjustments. Full leather upholstery, a navigation system and a Bose audio system are standard. Befitting its price, the S600 gets four heated power seats and a higher level of wood and leather trim. Under the Hood The S600 sedan carries a turbocharged 5.5-liter V-12 that delivers 493 hp and 590 pounds-feet of torque. Safety Side-impact airbags are installed in each door. Side curtain-type airbags deploy from the roofline to protect occupants’ heads. An Electronic Stability Program stability system combines traction control with lateral skid-control technology. Driving Impressions Loaded with technology, the S-Class is a smooth and supremely capable cruiser.
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