For the last thirty odd years, I have the privilege of both siting and driving a Mercedes Benz since I was three years old, and I must say the brand, for the last twenty years, has far superseded the quality of make. And this legacy of unreliable electronics and nagging sophistication has continued this day onto the latest iteration of the new S-class sedan model.
Dashboard blank-out, power window failure, wing-mirror malfunction seems to plague the driver throughout her first year of use, not to mention continuous nagging of loss of 0.1 PSI on the front right wheel, service type B in the next 100 km. The list is as long as the price tag in cents.
But still, many swear by this car maker, all because there's no other better brand? Shot with the Nikkor 35mm F/1.8G.