When production of the Mercedes-Benz 600 finally ended in 1981, there was a void for an über Mercedes sedan that wouldn’t be filled until the reintroduction of the Maybach brand in 2002. The introduction of the W140 S-class ten years earlier, however, went a long way towards giving buyers at the high end something special. Enter the 600SEL, which would be renamed the S600 in 1994, with its 6.0 liter V12 engine. If you wanted to distinguish your top of the line S-class even further, you could opt for the four-place seating package, consisting of fully adjustable rear seats, lumbar support and rear sunshade control. A burlwood center console rounded off the look. This four-seater S600 for sale in New Jersey has traveled just under 64,000 miles and is the perfect tool to go play CEO.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1995 Mercedes-Benz S600 on eBay
Engine: 6.0 liter V12
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 66,825 mi
Price: No reserve auction
This is a rare 1995 Mercedes S600 sedan. It is in beautiful condition. It has the super rare rear bucket seats that are heated. The car runs and drives great. Mechanically excellent. Please read my feedback and call Jay for your best Jay 201 232 4040
Unlike the W126 S class, W140 prices have stayed rather flat, a reflection of these cars complexity and how that factors in to maintenance costs over time. A top of the line example such as this should command towards the top end of the range. Hagerty has that figure at around $12,000, but I’m guessing the reserve on this one might be a bit higher, given the rare four-seater package. It might be a detriment in terms of practicality to some, but I’m digging it.