2019 Mercedes-Benz S-Class vs 2019 Lexus LS
If you’re looking for a luxurious sedan, you’ve come to the right place. While Mercedes-Benz and Lexus are both known for their sleek and sporty lineup, the flagship sedans for both automakers just may take the cake. You never know what you’re missing out on until you step foot in one of these two. so which one will it be? Decide here as we compare the 2019 Mercedes-Benz S-Class vs 2019 Lexus LS!
The S-Class of today gives us a glimpse at what driving will be like tomorrow. Every aspect of the S-Class – from the engine to the technology to the interior comfort amenities – is made to impress. At first glance, you’ll notice the bold LED headlights and smooth body lines paving the way for something even more special inside. There’s no going wrong when you choose the car with the three-prong star.
2019 Mercedes-Benz S 560
2019 Lexus LS 500
|463 hp/516 lb-ft||Horsepower/Torque||416 hp/442 lb-ft|
|Available||Adjustable Active Suspension||Not Available|
|112 cubic ft||Passenger Space||99.4 cubic ft|
|Available||Active Parking Assist||Not Available|
Highlights in the 2019 S-Class
So why should you choose the S-Class over the LS? There are plenty of reasons, but one that stands out is variety. With the S-Class, you don’t have just a couple options to choose from; you have a wide range of body types and engine options. The S-Class comes in a sedan, coupe, or cabriolet body option, and the smallest engine size still allows for 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque while the AMG® S 65 and Maybach S 650 get an incredible 621 horsepower and 728 lb-ft of torque. Some of the other features you’ll find in the S-Class include:
- Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
- Wireless smartphone charging
- MAGIC BODY CONTROL® proactive suspension
- 9G-TRONIC® automatic transmission
- ENERGIZING® Comfort mood setting system
- Dual 12.3-inch display screens
- Touch Control Buttons
- Head-Up Display
- And much more!
With Toyota as the parent brand, you won’t see all that much variation between the top Toyota trim levels and their Lexus counterparts. Mercedes-Benz, however, only makes luxury vehicles – and they’re pretty good at it. Interested in learning more? Get in touch with our team here at Mercedes-Benz of Indianapolis to schedule a no-obligation test drive today!