The 2010 Mercedes Benz S400 Hybrid represents a departure from other hybrid models. Specifically regarding pricing. Most hybrid models carry a premium over non-hybrids in the lineup of vehicles, but not so with the S400 Hybrid. This vehicle, technically the entry level S Class comes in at $88,825, a price that undercuts the next least expensive S Class by $4,000.
Though no S Class should really be considered entry level, the pricing indicates Mercedes is intent on making hybrids relatively affordable. But the S400 offers more than just an attractive price to luxury car buyers.
The S400 comes with the same freshened exterior look as seen on other S Class models for 2010. The only elements that set the hybrid apart from the rest of the model lineup is discreet hybrid badges on the rear and BlueEfficiency badges on the front quarter panels
Unlike most hybrid models, the S400 comes with a lithium-ion battery that is small enough to fit into the engine compartment. The 120...Read More »
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