Lot 269 - 1986 Mercedes-Benz 500 SEL
|Odometer reading||66,421 miles|
|Result||Sold - £1,120|
The S-Class has always been the epitome of performance, comfort and safety, setting benchmarks within the luxury saloon and limousine segments whilst also bringing new levels of technological innovation and product refinement to the industry as a whole. The W126, in its quest to deliver maximum comfort and outstanding safety, pioneered driver and passenger airbags with acceleration skid control, making it the first series production vehicle in the world to meet offset crash requirements. The W126 was also the first production car to use safety belt pretensioners and to fit rear passenger seatbelts.
This top of the range 500SEL is presented in blue green and complemented with a grey velour interior. Having covered just 66,421 miles from new, this example has been well maintained throughout. The interior of this long wheelbase version is a superbly comfortable and sumptuous place to be. This combined with the smoothness of the V8 engine enhances the limousine quality of the drive. This 500SEL is presented to auction with its original maintenance book, owner's manual, V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until December 2019. Offered at no reserve this low mileage Mercedes Benz would benefit from a little time and investment but is ready to be enjoyed immediately.
Previous lotLot 268 - 1992 Mercedes-Benz 260 E
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