MercedesBenz C250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY «Prime Edition» review…

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Mercedes-Benz C 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Prime Edition

Mercedes-Benz C250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Edition review (2009

What — Mercedes CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Prime Edition

— Stuttgart, Germany

— £32,000 (approx)

— Summer 2009

Key — BMW 320d, Volkswagen BlueMotion, Ford Mondeo Skoda Superb GreenLine, A4 TDIe (forthcoming)

The Mercedes-Benz C 250 CDI Prime Edition: more meets the eye / performance in disguise. And so on.

This C-Class proudly its BlueEFFICIENCY status on its flanks, and as probably worked out this Mercedes’ equivalent of Volkswagen’s Ford’s ECOnetic, etc, Unnecessary capitalisation is clearly an prerequisite to join this how else could they draw attention to the eco improvements, seems to have thought of torque. The next time an looking C-Class overtakes you you’re standing still, probably going to be one of these. although the engine emits 138g/km CO2 and officially returns combined, it also manages to 369lb ft of torque.

And 201bhp. It will do 0-62mph in seconds flat, and hit 155mph pretty easily we imagine, it pulls like a train when you’ve slotted gear. The torque is the key. at just 1,600rpm, it endows the C 250 CDI mid-range response that so much ferocious as simply just pulls and pulls and There’s endless amusement in it in third — or fourth as you tackle roundabouts, then from 1,000 to 5,000rpm on one slug of acceleration at the exit the BlueEFFICIENCY’s lengthened gearing exaggerating the inexorable sensation of It gains speed effortlessly.

The tech behind it includes sequential turbochargers — a high-pressure turbo tackles response, gradually handing to a large low-pressure turbo as the increase; efficient and lag-free and Mercedes’ latest, ultra-precise rail piezo injection, at a huge 2,000 bar. matches Audi’s Q7 V12 TDI.This may all rather indulgent for an eco model, but excuse is that such performance encourages economical Drivers are more disposed to earlier and, naturally, the car in a higher gear, helping real-world fuel economy and emissions. Refinement does, suffer slightly.

Ride and Handling

So, the C 250 CDI sure is We weren’t quite so taken the ride and handling. The C-Class is enough, while the torque easily have the traction light flashing — and the wagging, if you’ve switched it off and are so — when turning.Trouble is the is vague, the six-speed manual notchy, and the ride disappointing. The Edition includes Agility an automatic active damper which does its best to body movement during cornering but isn’t especially absorbent. This isn’t a so why not improve the compliance?

Interior and Equipment

Mercedes-Benz C 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Prime Edition
Mercedes-Benz C 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Prime Edition

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