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s600 vs. s600l

What is the difference if any beetween the s600 and s600L?
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If I'm not mistaken, the L stands for LWB, or long wheelbase.

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Well if you go on m busa there is only one s600 model the s600. S is it only available in Europe. Or dose it not exsist.
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The S600 in the U.S. is the only long wheelbase version.

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The US only got the S600, which was an L. But the L was not included in the name in the US. Some parts of Europe and Japan got the S600 AND S600L. There was a SWB version of this car made. I have seen one.
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I did not see any body type mentioned. There is no SWB model S600 on the W221 or W220 series, only 220.176 and 220.178 on the 220 body and 221.176 on the 221 series.

But there is a SWB W140 body style, a 140.056, I guess forum members are referring to this model.
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