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Mercedes S 600

Mercedes present the Benz S-Class 600 Limousine 4dr Saloon with 5 Speed Automatic Gearbox, Rear (RWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

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~ ~ As a totally confirmed car “addict”, one of my favourite past times is haunting the car showrooms here in my adopted city of Dublin, and straining to the limit my friendly relations with many of the salespeople who work there, as I beg for test drives in any new models coming on...

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Product Information : Mercedes S 600

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Mercedes present the Benz S-Class 600 Limousine 4dr Saloon with 5 Speed Automatic Gearbox, Rear (RWD) running on Unleaded Petrol

Product Details

Body Type: Saloon

Fuel Type: Petrol

Range: Mercedes S-Class

Manufacturer: Mercedes

CO2 Emissions: 340 g/km - (Auto), 355 g/km - (Auto)

Acceleration (0 - 62 mph): 4.6 seconds - (Auto), 4.8 seconds - (Auto)

Fuel Capacity (litres): 90, 88

Torque: 612@1800-3500 lb/ft, 589@1800-3500 lb/ft

Boot Capacity (litres): 560, 500

Power: 517, 500

Height: 1473, 1449

Width: 1872, 1855

Length: 5209, 5163

Weight: 2210, 2060

Emissions Class: EU4

Maximum Speed (mph): 155

Warranty: 3 years / Unlimited miles

Wheel Base (mm): 3165

Combined Fuel Consumption (mpg): 19.8

Engine Size (cc): 5513

Towing Limit (kg): 2100

Service Interval: miles

Driven Wheels: Rear (RWD)

Number of Doors: 4

Insurance Group: 20

Transmission type: 5 Speed Automatic Gearbox

Cylinders: V12

Avg Price: 105155

Classification: Luxury Car

Range + Engine Type: S-Class 5.5

Country of Origin: Germany

Type: Car

Release Date: 01.01.2005

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