Top 10 tech highlights of the amazing new S-Class

December 2005
Wheels;Dec2005, p105
Product Review
The article evaluates the Mercedes-Benz S-Class automobile and offers information on its brakes, suspension, ambient lighting, aerodynamics and audio visual component.


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