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The 2010 Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid bundles a wide array of very useful tech, and its hybrid system helps the car avoid the gas guzzler tax.
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CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid.
Mercedes rolls out an S-Class hybrid, just don't compare it to a Prius.
Mercedes-Benz fits its flagship S-class sedan with a mild hybrid system and a V-6 engine, getting it better fuel economy than the V-8 powered S550 model.
Good news, hybrid car fans: Mercedes is gearing up to release the S400 -- its first hybrid car. What's more, it looks as if this sucker will be the first production vehicle to use lithium-ion batteries.
Mercedes does a hybrid for the buyer who can afford any price of fuel!
In an attempt to simplify its model names, Mercedes-Benz stirs the pot of alphabet soup, renaming its SUVs and offering new letters for engine types.
The push for hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles got an extra push from agreements by five major automakers to co-develop the technology.
Oligarchs no longer have to choose between safety and the environment: the world's first bulletproof Mercedes S400 Hybrid went on sale early this year.
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