What is the acceleration of Mercedes Benz S -Class?
By: Ishan on 12 august 2014
The S Class sedan are available with high power and torque combinations. 350 CDI has 258PS power and 620NM Torque. S 500 has Power of 4600PS and Torque of 700NM. With such as fine combinations, it can go from zero to 100kmph speed in 4.8 seconds in S 500 and same is achieved in 7.5 seconds in diesel engine ie 350CDI. You can drive the vehicle at 224kmph max in 350CDI, and is limited to 250kmph in S 500. Though acheiving even higher speeds is not a problem with such a wonderful engines, it's electronically controlled to be in the limit of 250kmph as per international speed regulation standard.
Sonal Gupta 2014-08-12
Mercedes Benz S-class is available in 2 variants, one with petrol and other with diesel engine. Petrol variant features 8-cylinder 4.7 liters 32V V-type engine which can produce a maximum of 453bhp power at 5250 rpm and can accelerate from 0-100kmph in just 4.8 sec. On the other hand, diesel variant features 6-cylinders 3.0 liters 24V V-type engine which is capable of producing 254.47 bhp power at 3600 rpm and can accelerate from 0-100kmph in 6.8 seconds. Diesel variant comes with a lower capacity engine and hence produces less power to accelerate but in turn provides a mileage of 13.5kmpl on highways where petrol variant offers only 7.81kmpl.
Mercedes Benz S Class Sedan is one of the most luxurious sedan which comes with three engine variants. Its all three variants can reach at the electronic regulated top speed of 250 kmph. Its AMG variants can reach 0 – 100 kmph in 4.0 seconds while S500 coupe and sedan trims can reach 0 -100 kmph in 4.5 seconds. On the other hand, entry level diesel variant with 2987cc engine can reach 100 kmph speed in 6.9 seconds.
The Mercedes-Benz S class gets fine-tuned on its own in minutes. The latest version of this car is powered by Bi-turbo V8 449 HP engine that delivers dynamic performance to users. It reaches 60 mph speed in 4.8 seconds. It accurately adapts the engine spark and fuel during combustion and the engine power gets less gasoline into higher power with less emissions.
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