2014 MercedesBenz E350 4Matic Sedan review notes pricing specs…

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 Sedan review notes

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The E350 a 3.5-liter V6 engine, making and 273 lb-ft of torque. Photo by

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EDITOR WES RAYNAL: This Mercedes-Benz E350 4Matic is the near-perfect car for me. It would be even so as a wagon, but it is darn fine as a too.

The car does nothing It doesn’t stand out or shout. It about its business quietly and It is, however, very good in all — comfort, build around-town ride, freeway It just doesn’t yell.

Its experience is all so effortless. Just and looking the exterior, the facelift is low The grille looks a bit different it’s softer with new lenses and more of a blended, look overall.

The V6 is silky smooth as is the seven-speed The all-wheel drive system is in day-to-day use, but I bet it would itself more in the winter. The car is not a pro off the line, but the power comes on The ride is firm. The steering is light at lower speeds but firmer as speed goes up. The car is not as from road imperfections as I it might be. I don’t mean as a criticism, but you do feel road more so than in some considered luxury sedans.

As I the E-class doesn’t really out in any one way, but the updated E feels whole than the old car. It everything well without “look at me!” This is the midsize king to me.

DIGITAL EDITOR ANDREW Back when I was a kid (we’re early ’80s here, not the era), the few people I knew who had a had owned their car for eons in a few cases, longer than been alive. Everyone seemed to rotate cars couple years, but those stayed constant, and both the longevity and their owners’ left an impression on me.

Thoughts of Mercedes sedans took a seat to most everything during my late teens and but now that life includes rush-hour traffic and high-tech-but-disposable cars, the E-class Benz to a certain element of my automotive The sensible, responsible side? but I still have trouble a $66,000 sedan sensible.

characteristic appeals to me, the 2014 E350 4Matic has a lot of it. This car quality and refinement sans No one will notice a silver driving down the street, but you care. You’re engaged in motoring; relaxed, confident and

The impressions start the moment … hits the seat. an open, airy greenhouse something Mercedes cars always been able to — yet exceptional sound You can see everything, but you don’t have to with it; the antithesis of sports perhaps, but ideal for a luxury Steering, handling and braking are all complemented by the lack of adjectives to describe them. They do what you want, how and when you That’s not to say the E350 can’t — punch up sport and throw the car around as much as you It’s no AMG, but there’s of grip in the stock tires, direct steering and remarkably cornering available up to a limit higher than most drivers will ever Kudos, too, go to the seven-speed transmission, which is perfectly to the V6’s output.

Even within Mercedes’ own the E350 is unique: good as it is, the new is too darn complicated and the C-class is too On the competitive front, the BMW 5-series is too The A6 is close, but it’s fundamentally a front-wheel-drive car and feels it.

The 2014 like Goldilocks’ bed, is right. Make mine a please, and we’ll grow old

ASSOCIATE EDITOR JAKE I love this facelift. not that the last E-class ugly, quite the contrary, but looks seriously upscale, for Mercedes. I like how it morphed its old headlights into one, adding LEDs in between. The lip of the front bumper looks manta ray or an eel.

Inside, all Mercedes, meaning everything right, looks good and works properly. The seats are easy to adjust, and I’d put ahead of BMW’s chairs, but Lexus in comfort.

The 3.5-liter V6 makes 302 hp, plenty to this luxury midsizer off the and through traffic, especially in mode. I pushed the button and over this morning and was by how briskly it picked up, and how high it Shifts are smooth from the trans and power keeps

The trunk size seems to be in the of its class as I threw a set of golf back there and though wouldn’t fit perpendicularly, they fit on an without folding the seats To fit any more you’d have to back-seat space, or possibly your drivers from the

Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan

The $54,400 base price in line with the rest of the in the class.

2014 Mercedes-Benz 4Matic Sedan

Base Price: $54,400

Price: $66,290

Drivetrain: V6; AWD, seven-speed automatic

302 hp @ 6,500 rpm, 273 lb-ft @ rpm

Curb Weight: 3,979 lb

Economy (EPA City/Highway/Combined): mpg

AW Observed Fuel Economy: mpg

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