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10 Amazing Facts About Mercedes You Should Know

05 Jan

Whether you use a Mercedes or not ,
you can’t help but give kudos to this
awesome automobile company .What
you should also know is there are some
very interesting facts about Mercedes.
1. Mercedes-Benz produced both a
hybrid vehicle and an electric vehicle in
1906!
2. Each Mercedes 500E was hand-built
by Porsche and took a full 18 days to
make.
3. Anti-Lock Brakes were first used in
Mercedes-Benz cars in 1978. They have
been standard equipment on all
Mercedes-Benz cars since model year
1989.
4. In 1936, Mercedes-Benz made the
first diesel-engined production
passenger car – the 260D
5. In 1886, Karl Benz was awarded a
German patent for the invention of “the
first automobile” known as the
Motorwagen. Karl’s quest was actually
financed by his wife, Bertha, but
because she was a married woman, she
was not allowed to apply for the
patent.
6. Every Mercedes-Benz model carries
disc brakes at all four wheels as
standard equipment. Front and rear
brake systems on all cars are separately
activated; if one system somehow
failed, the second would take over to
stop you.
7. The steering system of your
Mercedes-Benz carries its own- tiny
built-in shock absorber, to cushion road
shocks and damp them out before they
can affect your hands on the steering
wheel.
8. Prior to painting, every Mercedes ­
Benz body is drowned in a 52-ton
primer bath. This rich anti-corrosion
coating seeps into every nook and
cranny.
9. When the primer has been baked on,
25 pounds of permanent plasticized
undercoating are sprayed on to the
underside and wheel wells of every
Mercedes-Benz. Another safeguard
against rust.
10. The seats in the Mercedes-Benz cars
were designed and shaped in
consultation .with leading orthopedic
physicians. These contoured, firmly
upholstered seats envelop you-
supporting vital kidney, back and knee-
joint areas.Is that not awesome !!
I hope you enjoyed that guys

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