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Mercedes-Benz S-Class Dominates Luxury Segment

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50,000 units in 8 months

 

[*]More than 50,000 new S-Class sedans delivered to customers worldwide since market launch in September 2005

 

[*]US and Germany top performing sales markets for the luxury sedan

 

[*]S-Class is also the world market leader among diesel-powered luxury sedans

 

Only eight months after the European premiere of the new S-Class, sales of the sedan have

topped 50,000 units.

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was not attracted initially but it grew on me and I think it really looks very handsome and opulent ...

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I will put my money on the new Mercedes Benz S Class. [thumbsup]

Definitely better than the Thai-assembled BMW 7-Series we get here. [thumbsdown]

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huh?!....the BMW 7 series is manufactured in Thai???

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Hiyah, new model mah...of course sales must beat that of its chief competitor, the 7!

 

If after billions of dollars of redevelopment - the new S Class sales cannot beat an aging 7 Series in sales in the first months, lagi mati man. [thumbsdown]

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Every 3 to 3.5 years, a new merc s class and bMW 7 series will emerge alternatively. maybe Merc and BMW pakart one. When the next 7 series arrives, am sure the will achieve similar sales nos.

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Yah they will take turns to lead the sales charts - they will also copy each other's design DNA to ensure success.

 

Look at the backside of the new S-Class - copy the one element that looked ugly on the 7 series (other then the headlights). Same backside style - Mercedes just made it look even uglier. [laugh]

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yeah now BMW want to be the pioneer again in so many ways they have, this time they intend to fit their top end cars with Infra-red sensors to detect objects/pedestrains in dimly lighted areas..wahh..machiam like SAF 21 [laugh] if they do go ahead, am sure one fine day mercedes or even lexus wld have the same.

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ugly meh? i actually find the S-class' rear very bold and striking. maybe its a bias-ed viewpoint. [laugh]

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The new S-Class already has this feature in the car. The BMW is just gonna implement it in ALL the models of their cars.

 

and i do believe, they are made from the same company.

 

Jon

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yo bro,

 

coming down for our meetup?? this sunday?? [gossip]

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Its down to personal preference i guess, but I do like the FL 7 series.. Its got a lot more presence than the new s class.. the s class... hmm... looks like a maybach... very un-eyecatching

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The new S-class rear gets its inspiration from the Maybach....there is some resemblance.

I think this new model has successfully regain it's king of the road status, it looks big and luxury.

I didn't like it from the picture but the real car looks good on the road, it's the same with the CLS.

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A white CLS is madly beautiful... [inlove], but no feel for CLS of other colours [thumbsdown]

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white? in fact i like the dark beige CLS colour.

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