That actually means the new 2014 S-Class is priced $2,100 lower than the outgoing 2013 model year and adds a ton of new standard equipment to the luxury flagship sedan including 20 more horsepower, rearview camera, Panaroma sunroof, all-LED lighting, keyless start and Magic Vision Control.
Those wanting 4MATIC all-wheel drive will have to pay $3,000 more. 4MATIC however will be standard on the S63 AMG model, which will launch later this year in November and will be priced from $140,425. The outgoing 2013 S63 AMG started at $500 more, but all-wheel drive was not standard.
GALLERY: 2014 Mercedes S-Class
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