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Mercedes-Benz S-Class Pricing and Specs

2020 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

2020

From $202,700

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

1993 to 2019

$8,300 - 530,530

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $202,700 $445,235
2020 $202,700 $445,235
2019 $139,700 $461,890
2018 $117,000 $530,530
2017 $102,800 $485,100
2016 $94,600 $414,920
2015 $85,200 $285,450
2014 $77,400 $194,590
2013 $55,200 $141,680
2012 $45,700 $109,670
2011 $41,500 $104,280
2010 $41,200 $102,190
2009 $33,100 $97,790
2008 $29,400 $90,200
2007 $26,500 $80,520
2006 $18,500 $64,350
2005 $18,200 $62,370
2004 $16,400 $50,490
2003 $15,500 $50,490
2002 $15,500 $35,750
2001 $14,300 $32,780
2000 $13,600 $32,230
1999 $10,600 $34,980
1998 $10,600 $34,980
1997 $9,300 $31,790
1996 $9,200 $31,130
1995 $9,200 $31,130
1994 $9,700 $31,130
1993 $8,300 $27,830
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Mercedes-Benz S-Class here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Mercedes-Benz S350 demo

    Unfortunately all brands are subject to failures, even Mercedes-Benz, and while you should rightly expect better service from an expensive brand like Mercedes-Benz your car is seven years old. Problems with the air suspension on the S-class are not unusual. You could press your case for some form of compensation from Mercedes-Benz itself, not the dealer, and the company might come to the party for part of your costs. If that doesn't happen and you are left to repair the car at your own cost go to an independent mechanic who specializes in Mercedes-Benz and have them repair it. That way you should be able to make a substantial saving on the cost of the  repair. Many owners have their cars converted to regular suspension, which can be done for much less than repairing the air suspension.

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  • Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2006: Bluetooth

    No, it doesn’t.

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  • Mercedes-Benz 350 2005: Does it have a V12 engine?

    No, it doesn’t.

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