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Autotrader Find: 2001 Mercedes-Benz S600 Limousine

Typically, when I create these "Autotrader Find" articles, I don’t take vehicles that just have one photo, because I like you to be able to see many angles of the interesting car I’ve just found. But I decided to make an exception in this case, as the car you see here is quite an unusual one.

This is a 2001 Mercedes-Benz S600 limousine, meaning it’s an S600 sedan that’s been stretched for party duty, proms, bachelor/bachelorette parties, whatever. That’s pretty impressive, because the vast majority of limousine models listed for sale on Autotrader are Lincolns and Escalades and other normal things — and they never have a V12.

But this does indeed have a V12, and that’s just the ultimate in limo duty: riding in the back of a limousine with 12 cylinders. Although the ad doesn’t get into specifics about this car, the Carfax report shows that this S600 was sold new in Southern California, likely not as a limo. In fact, it had several owners in Southern California before it moved to a new owner in Las Vegas in 2017 — and it’s hard to say exactly when it became a limo.

Unfortunately, we can’t see how this particular limo has been configured, since there aren’t any interior photos included in this ad. But this S600 is offered with an impressive 73,600 miles by Desert Auto Sales in Las Vegas for $18,494, meaning it’s cheap to buy — although when you combine "Mercedes-Benz V12" and "limousine," it’s certain that maintenance costs probably aren’t very cheap. Find a Mercedes-Benz S600 for sale

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