MercedesBenz C250 CDI BlueEfficiency review (2009 onwards) MSN Cars UK

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Mercedes-Benz C250 CDI BlueEfficiency (2009 onwards)

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The Mercedes fight back to the trend to go green, led in recent by BMW and its Efficient Dynamics programme. has chosen the tag BlueEfficiency, the C-Class this new twin-turbo diesel last year.

It’s a of a motor too. Also in single turbo form in the C220 CDI, the 204hp follows BMW’s example and a pair of turbos to ensure a power delivery.

Which is how you end up a torque output of 369lb ft and a four-door saloon car that’ll hit in just 7.0 seconds, do 149mph and yet 55.4mpg and emit just of CO2.

Stats are one thing but the sheer of this engine needs to be to be believed, to the extent that the CDI almost embarrasses the much expensive C350 CDI with its V6.

Where does it fit?

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The third in a line up of diesel engines available on the the C250 CDI starts at a reasonable for the SE four-door and stretches to £29,987 for the estate version.

That makes it more or equivalent in price terms to the C250 CGI BlueEfficiency, meaning you a direct choice of fuel for your eco C-Class, according to preference.

But what about the In BMW terms the C250 CDI more or squares up against the 320d. with 177hp is less but greener at 129g/km. The more 325d could also be a rival.

Audi’s A4 2.0 TDI is another contender but with 170hp is outgunned and has the same CO2. The in general is maturing into a car too, comfier than the BMW and a better steer than the

Is it for you?

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allegiance and what it purports to say you is as crucial as anything in this and it’s true that has gone back to its core of late and given up trying to be BMW or, fair to say, anyone

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The C-Class is a very pleasant car to with — read it and BMW — more natural feel than the 3 Series and ride that offers a balance between body and comfort.

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need a manual gearbox to the best of the BlueEfficiency’s economy and CO2 and, fair to say, the unit isn’t the best. not helped by the pedal-operated parking though a hill-hold makes easier.

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The C250 CDI is one of four C-Class to gain the BlueEfficiency branding and how seriously Mercedes is taking the eco It’s also the quickest, by margin, showing you can have cake and eat it.

You’ll have to with a light right to record the official 55.4mpg mid to high 40s being more Beware the auto option too it’ll send CO2 soaring 134g/km to 153g/km.

It’s a delight to drive, clunky gearbox notwithstanding. Chuck in grunty performance, supermini consumption and CO2 and great comfort and and it’s not hard to see the appeal.

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