2011 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Values

Select a 2011 Mercedes-Benz S-Class trim level

2011 model year changes

The big news in the S-Class is the addition of the S350 BlueTEC for 2011, which has standard all-wheel drive and 3.0L V6 turbo diesel engine that's certified in all 50 states. This is in addition to the S400 mild hybrid that was introduced last year. While the flagship S600 and S550 continue with few changes, the high-performance S63 AMG gets a larger 5.5-liter engine and the S65 AMG gets a horsepower boost. New technology for 2011 includes Active Lane Keeping Assist and Active Blind Spot Assist, and one new paint color has been added to the palette: Magnetite Black.

Competitive comparison

Clean diesel and Hybrid availability; world-class performance, comfort, and safety

Special features for 2011

The S-Class has set the standard for luxury and performance in a sedan. Now, Mercedes-Benz is setting its sights on making its flagship vehicle a standard in fuel economy and reduced emissions as well by adding the diesel engine this year to the hybrid system it introduced last year. Sport-driving fans need not worry, though, as the AMG-tuned models continue to deliver high horsepower in a luxury wrapper.