Mercedes Benz EClass Estate Review (2013)

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

Mercedes Benz E-Class Review (2013)

There is about a three-pointed star on the of the car that commands respect.

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There is something a three-pointed star on the front of the car commands respect. Lane-hogging on the motorway tend to melt at the sight of one in the rear-view mirror. is the world’s oldest car maker, and one of the respected. New in its range for 2013 was the incarnation of the E-Class, and alongside the is the estate model which is one of the commodious cars of its size on the

Within an overall length of under five metres, big Mercedes estate car can pack in up to litres of carrying capacity, and its boot space with all the in place is a very useful 600 That makes it a versatile wagon capable of transporting people in upper-crust comfort with a generous amount of

The choice of engines in the E-Class includes two-litre (211 petrol, 5.5 litre (557 or 585 petrol, 2.1 litre (170 or 204 diesel, 3.0 litre (252 diesel and a 2.1 litre (204 diesel-electric hybrid. There are two trim levels: SE and  AMG with the full-blown AMG performance and package topping the range in the 5.5 V8 models.

Prices start from for a 220 CDI with the 170 bhp diesel engine, and to a top-rung 63 AMG model with a 5.5 585 bhp petrol engine at £85,880.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

With a three-litre V6, 24-valve teamed with a seven automatic transmission, the E350 has plenty of punch for strong but BlueTec eco measures including and braking regeneration ensure the fuel economy does not unduly. For a large estate car this level of performance, a average economy figure of over 46 mpg is not at all bad. The CO2 output of 159 puts it in band G for VED, so the road tax bill is £175.

Power output for the version we is 248 bhp peaking at 3,600 rpm, and torque is a lusty 457 lb ft coming in at rpm and sustained through to 2,400 so there is plenty of punch low down in the rev range. This version will sprint to the 62 mph in a whisker under seven and the top speed on a trip to a derestricted would be 152 mph.

Even the most modestly E-Class Estate, the 220 CDI, has a mph time of 8.8 seconds and a 133 mph top speed. At the top of the the E-Class Estate 63 AMG S has supercar with a 0-62 mph time of 4.2 and an electronically governed top speed of 155

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