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9.0
/ 10
On Safety
BASE INVOICE
$46,537
BASE MSRP
$50,240
On Safety
We’d venture to say that the solid-feeling 2011 Mercedes-Benz R-Class is one of the safest vehicles in which to carry your family and friends.
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Not yet tested
NHTSA

Not yet tested
IIHS

A blind-spot monitoring system joins the options list for 2011.
AutoWeek

Available driver aids include blind spot warning (new for 2011), Distronic adaptive cruise control, a back-up camera, park assist, navigation, and keyless ignition
Automobile Magazine

the R-Class comes with a standard pile of air bags and a host of the automaker's occupant safety features
Motor Trend

There are eight
airbags on board the 2011 Mercedes-Benz R-Class, along with the Pre-Safe safety
system and front active headrests. Newly available is a blind-spot system that
alerts with a triangle in the rearview mirror, as well as a chime, when you use
the turn signal and another vehicle is alongside.

 

Since
the R-Class has been revised for 2011, it will need to be retested; the 2010
model achieved top "good" results for frontal, side, and rear
protection from the IIHS, though it wasn't tested by the federal government.

Conclusion

We’d venture to say that the solid-feeling 2011 Mercedes-Benz R-Class is one of the safest vehicles in which to carry your family and friends.

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