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Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2018

S 560

4.91

(23 trips)

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2018

S 560

4.91

(23 trips)

Gas (Premium)

2 doors

4 seats

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Euro Luxury
Euro Luxury

Description

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz S560 makes for an excellent cruiser and for a beautiful wedding event, if you can afford the price. the S560 convertible car 463 Horsepower 4.0L V8 Biturbo engine 516 ib ft of torque 9G Tronic 9 speed automatic transmission Eco start/stop airmatic air suspension with all the latest and brand new technologies retractable soft top dual zone automatic climate control energizing comfort ambient lighting illuminated door sills keyless start Bluetooth connectivity comand navigation Apple car play android auto voice control inductive wireless charging Sirius XM radio all access burmester surround sound system mbrace power front seats w/ lumbar support and memory P01 premium package active mukticontour front seats with massage AMG wheels and sport body styling active distance assist distronic active steering assist active lane change assist active emergency stop assist active speed limit assist, sticker price $160.000 We are a 5 stars rated company, and have the best fleet of exotic sports and luxury cars. Our pick up and drop off is FREE no charge we are to proud to service you Valet service for your convenience it’s easy, very convenient near LAX, hours are 6am-10pm daily for other times we will make arrangements to comfort and service you and we are available 24/7, The venerable Mercedes-Benz S-Class is available in no fewer than 12 different models across sedan, coupe and convertible body styles. And for soaking in the California sun, it doesn't get much better than the Cabriolet. The sun pours in, I set the massaging seats to "relaxing" and unwind. Bring it on, Bay Bridge toll plaza. Your half-hour wait time and crowded lanes can't ruin my commute. this eight-cylinder S560 serves as the entry-level model. The S560 ditches the old S550's 4.7-liter twin-turbo V8 in favor of a smaller 4.0-liter unit. But don't worry, the new engine actually makes more power -- 463 horsepower -- and torque remains the same at 516 pound-feet. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a nine-speed automatic transmission. And with the ability to switch between Eco, Comfort, Sport or Sport+ drive modes, the S-Class can drive with many different attitudes. With a heavy right foot, the Merc responds quickly, rewarding me with a subtle growl from the V8. In Comfort mode, the nine-speed is programed more for my grandma's driving style, but things firm up nicely in Sport and Sport Plus. Still, even at the firmest settings, the ride is tuned more for easy touring than speedy turning. Sure, the S560 Cabriolet can hold its own on twisty roads, but at its heart, this car is a cruiser. An optional curve tilting feature can make the car lean into turns up to 2.65 degrees to actively counteract bodyroll. My test car doesn't have this feature, but fellow editor Antuan Goodwin got a taste of this tech in the S-Class sedan and said, "The curve tilting suspension hugely boosts passenger comfort and I even think it could even help a bit with passengers who get motion-sick on twisty roads." When it comes to semiautonomous driving, Mercedes-Benz is among the best, and adaptive cruise control is just the beginning. Sure, it'll follow a lead car and even bring the S-Class to a complete stop, pause and then get going again, but really, that's hardly the most impressive part. The S-Class' system can adjust the speed according to posted speed limits, dropping from say a driver-set 70 mph to 55 mph when the signage switches. It knows when a curve is approaching, can recognize intersections and toll booths and adjusts the vehicle's speed accordingly. Lane keeping and steering assist are both on tap in the S-Class, monitoring the road markings to keep the vehicle centered in the lane, even around some fairly tight turns. Lane change assist can steer the car into the next lane, provided the driver signals and the coast is clear This is the list of cars https://turo.com/drivers/1720300

Features

Must be 30+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

Convertible

Heated seats

USB input

vehicle

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The car

Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2018

S 560

4.91

(23 trips)

Gas (Premium)

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Euro Luxury
Euro Luxury

Description

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz S560 makes for an excellent cruiser and for a beautiful wedding event, if you can afford the price. the S560 convertible car 463 Horsepower 4.0L V8 Biturbo engine 516 ib ft of torque 9G Tronic 9 speed automatic transmission Eco start/stop airmatic air suspension with all the latest and brand new technologies retractable soft top dual zone automatic climate control energizing comfort ambient lighting illuminated door sills keyless start Bluetooth connectivity comand navigation Apple car play android auto voice control inductive wireless charging Sirius XM radio all access burmester surround sound system mbrace power front seats w/ lumbar support and memory P01 premium package active mukticontour front seats with massage AMG wheels and sport body styling active distance assist distronic active steering assist active lane change assist active emergency stop assist active speed limit assist, sticker price $160.000 We are a 5 stars rated company, and have the best fleet of exotic sports and luxury cars. Our pick up and drop off is FREE no charge we are to proud to service you Valet service for your convenience it’s easy, very convenient near LAX, hours are 6am-10pm daily for other times we will make arrangements to comfort and service you and we are available 24/7, The venerable Mercedes-Benz S-Class is available in no fewer than 12 different models across sedan, coupe and convertible body styles. And for soaking in the California sun, it doesn't get much better than the Cabriolet. The sun pours in, I set the massaging seats to "relaxing" and unwind. Bring it on, Bay Bridge toll plaza. Your half-hour wait time and crowded lanes can't ruin my commute. this eight-cylinder S560 serves as the entry-level model. The S560 ditches the old S550's 4.7-liter twin-turbo V8 in favor of a smaller 4.0-liter unit. But don't worry, the new engine actually makes more power -- 463 horsepower -- and torque remains the same at 516 pound-feet. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a nine-speed automatic transmission. And with the ability to switch between Eco, Comfort, Sport or Sport+ drive modes, the S-Class can drive with many different attitudes. With a heavy right foot, the Merc responds quickly, rewarding me with a subtle growl from the V8. In Comfort mode, the nine-speed is programed more for my grandma's driving style, but things firm up nicely in Sport and Sport Plus. Still, even at the firmest settings, the ride is tuned more for easy touring than speedy turning. Sure, the S560 Cabriolet can hold its own on twisty roads, but at its heart, this car is a cruiser. An optional curve tilting feature can make the car lean into turns up to 2.65 degrees to actively counteract bodyroll. My test car doesn't have this feature, but fellow editor Antuan Goodwin got a taste of this tech in the S-Class sedan and said, "The curve tilting suspension hugely boosts passenger comfort and I even think it could even help a bit with passengers who get motion-sick on twisty roads." When it comes to semiautonomous driving, Mercedes-Benz is among the best, and adaptive cruise control is just the beginning. Sure, it'll follow a lead car and even bring the S-Class to a complete stop, pause and then get going again, but really, that's hardly the most impressive part. The S-Class' system can adjust the speed according to posted speed limits, dropping from say a driver-set 70 mph to 55 mph when the signage switches. It knows when a curve is approaching, can recognize intersections and toll booths and adjusts the vehicle's speed accordingly. Lane keeping and steering assist are both on tap in the S-Class, monitoring the road markings to keep the vehicle centered in the lane, even around some fairly tight turns. Lane change assist can steer the car into the next lane, provided the driver signals and the coast is clear This is the list of cars https://turo.com/drivers/1720300

Features

Must be 30+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

Convertible

Heated seats

USB input

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address
This listing is no longer available on Turo

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