2010 MercedesBenz E350 Coupe Review Car Reviews

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe


1. Despite its the E-Class Coupe is based on the architecture.

2. The E350 Coupe is by a 3.5-liter V6 with 268-hp and 258 of torque.

3. Pricing starts at

4. The 382-hp E550 Coupe from $54,650.

Now anyone Mercedes would tell you the Coupe isn’t about raw or 0-60 mph times – the E350 taking around 6.5 seconds to get up to And to a certain extend, they’d be Which is convenient, if you happen to be a car like this.

The decision to the immensely successful CLK from the lineup seemed like until the E-Class Coupe was Set to take the CLK’s place in lineup, this new car is still much its successor, even on the C-Class’s smaller and lighter

The E-Class name, however, is to Mercedes, as it allows them to do so more with the car – for the company and for the With the sport coupe growing in horsepower and size, of those vehicles (BMW 3 we’re looking at you) started to encroach on the old CLK’s So along comes the E-Class to straddle the line between the coupe and full-sized luxury territory. But make no mistake, in Mercedes tradition; the E Coupe is first.

The E-Class name will Mercedes, as it will allow to sell the car for more E-Class-like while much of the underpinnings are expensive C-Class stock. And the name puts the car a whole above those entry-level offerings, helping promote high-level luxury brand and stay ahead of its German in the luxury segment.

Surprisingly, the price is really just a margin of a few thousand dollars the old CLK. Along with some of the profits; Mercedes has more than its fair in the car’s interior.


Our mostly E350 tester (with the of multicontour seats, stainless pedals with rubber and shift paddles in the Appearance came with a simplistically interior. There’s a two-tone tan leather seats, leather inserts divided into and just the right amount of and brushed aluminum accenting. nice are the big chrome kick embossed with the words that greet you when you the door. With the exception of the phone controls, the entire is pristine.

In a word, the E-Class Coupe’s is elegant. It’s a sort of luxury that doesn’t but that puts even ultra-luxury vehicles to shame. And the panorama glass roof integrated moonroof function) the cockpit in soft light to show it off. We really can’t say enough about how this interior is.

Standard include power one-touch windows and locks with, control, leather 14-way seats, cruise control, a steering wheel, a six CD changer system and Mercedes’ Command with a 7-inch LCD screen. One of our interior features is the nifty and mechanical arm that hands you the once you enter the car. One of our favorite items is the less user-friendly nature of the navigation


Another benefit of the new chassis is the interior space that it – sort of. Compared to the CLK, the dimensions are 1.9-inches wider and with a 1.8-inch longer Generally speaking there’s of room for a driver and passenger, two mostly useless rear Unfortunately, due to the car’s ultra design (boasting the lowest coefficient of any production car at 0.25 cd) is limited, meaning that if 6’2” or above you honestly not fit.

Now where the car’s added does definitively give is in a refined driving experience. We put car its paces, driving it to Hell and – Hell, Michigan that is – and the country roads proved not a good test of the car’s but more so its ability to keep austere Mercedes sensibility and ride quality on Michigan’s than glass smooth

This is does incredibly Sure it provides a good of fun on the twisty roads, but primarily we amazed at what a great job the car at isolating you from the harsh of the world around you, still offering an involved behind the wheel. Bravo

The longer wheelbase and hefty curb weight no doubt in this feat, as does the mentioned Appearance Package, also includes a set of 18-inch and lower profile tires, with the Agility Control suspension.

With the paddle the 7-speed automatic transmission is a bit fun, although we have to a dual-clutch setup would help give the car a bit more making even the 3.5-liter a bit more fun and fuel efficient. As it the mileage isn’t bad at 17/26 mpg as an Audi A5 3.2 automatic), but that’s slightly worse than, a much more powerful G37 at mpg.

Another way the E350 Coupe the driver, and not in a good way, is a muted exhaust note. really like to hear a more rasp out back though we’re sure Mercedes customers rather

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe


of the biggest marketing buzz the new E-Class has been the tremendous of new safety features it has. include, but are not limited to: Attention that alters a driver a coffee cup logo, a written and an audio warning when the car a lack of attention; Adaptive Assist that adjusts the power in accordance with traffic; and the optional Pre-Safe Plus that can fully the brakes if an impact is detected. On top of all the car gets the usual ABS, and traction control systems as as 9-standard airbags.

And while talking about the “boring” aspects of the car, we should cargo room. The trunk is enormous and stowing even cargo is made simple to two easily accessible handles in the that automatically lower the seats.

Vitally important for sedan we’re not sure all this and cargo room stuff really get coupe drivers up.


Finally, the car’s exterior design. is always the most subjective to evaluate and while we don’t the new coupe’s design, we don’t it either. From some its beautiful, while from it’s downright strange. And it that looking through the of a camera it’s hard to a shot that represents the car in the – much like the CLS’s just can’t be captured in a

At first we weren’t fond of the almost Korean-like angles, but started to appreciate them as of and we’re sure most will to, as it becomes a staple of neighborhoods though the U.S.

are a lot of style elements we like the car, such as the frameless but we really can’t come to a decision on the cars overall like, say, with the beautiful A5 – or for that matter the S5, starts at just $3,000 than the Merc.


And our sticking point with the Coupe. It’s a lot of money. We that you’re paying for the the amazing interior and the wonderfully drive, but we don’t understand why you get a little more performance for all dollars.

Yes, it’s a luxury and not a sports coupe, and yes it makes a performance-oriented vehicle like the BMW 335i feel downright in comparison, but you would at least the same sort of straight-line for seven grand more.

We did other gripes with the but overall it provides a wonderfully luxury driving experience. no matter how nice it is, the asking just isn’t worth the V6 engine. Toss in the 382-hp V8 for an $6,000, however, and you’ve got a deal.

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