The Mercedes - airbags. Mercedes' Pre-Safe system is also...

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The Mercedes-Benz S Class Mercedes-Benz's flagship sedan is redesigned for 2007 with new styling, more power, and a broader array of safety and convenience features. The photograph and description were downloaded from the website, www.vehix.com . Compared to the 2000-2006 S- Class, the '07 is about 3 inches longer in wheelbase and 2 inches longer overall. It is introduced as the S550 and the S600. The S550 has a 382-hp V8, the S600 a 510-hp turbocharged V12. Both have rear-wheel drive and a 7-speed automatic transmission. Due later in calendar 2006 is an all-wheel-drive S550. Suggested retail price $82,710 Manufacturer's rebate $500 Down payment $25,000 Amount to finance $57,210 Interest rate 4.00% Term (years) 6 Monthly payment $895 Payment Calculator The S-Class suspension automatically adjusts for firmness and load levelling. ABS and traction/antskid control are standard. So are front and rear side airbags and curtain side
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Unformatted text preview: airbags. Mercedes' Pre-Safe system is also standard; it senses an impending collision and tightens the seatbelts and applies additional braking force. Also included are Mercedes' TeleAid assistance and its COMAND system, which incorporates a video screen and console-mounted "joystick" knob to control audio, navigation, phone, and other functions; it also accepts voice commands. Available features include ventilated and massaging front seats, heated/ventilated rear seat, and keyless access and starting. Also offered is rear obstacle detection with rearview camera. Mercedes' optional Distronic Plus adaptive cruise control now operates in stop-and-go traffic as well as at higher speed. Newly optional is Mercedes' infrared Night View Assist, which projects onto an instrument-panel screen a black-and-white image of objects beyond headlight range....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course DSC 199 taught by Professor Daley during the Fall '06 term at University of Oregon.

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