Mercedes E250 Avantgarde review Luxurious elegance | Cars Bikes…

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Mercedes-Benz E 250 D W210

Mercedes E250 Avantgarde Luxurious elegance

The Mercedes-Benz is perhaps best known for its to ferry its occupants to their in comfort and in understated style. Its application as airport taxis and as the of choice for various well-heeled – albeit in varying models – to underscore the appeal that with the aforementioned traits.

Not all of the E-Class have had stellar to go with their three-pointed though. The now-legendary W124 was succeeded by models that with more than a significant departure from its language – build quality deteriorated, according to the motoring of the time.

Granted, the quality marred not just the W210 but also other Mercedes-Benz of its contemporary, however these were especially scrutinised it came to larger models as the E- and the S-Class.

The subsequent W211 of 2002 was improved in that area, but it until the advent of the W212 in that the E-Class combined quality improvements with a to a blockier shape that was reminiscent of the squared-off W124 the bulbous W210 and W211.

For the W212 has received a host of updates, and the most apparent on the exterior is the headlights; they are now a unit on each side, away with the ‘four-eyes’ that has appeared in varying since the W210 of the mid-Nineties.

In the traditional lamella grille and ornament remains available as of the Elegance trim specification, with the Avantgarde and Sport levels. For the Malaysian market, the trim specification is the sole currently available, where the facade is graced by a twin-strut

On the inside, the dashboard architecture largely similar to the pre-update although many details are – among them a new steering dashboard trim, seat patterns, as well as an updated system.

At first acquaintance, the components were pleasant to the with the added sense of that imparted the sense they can weather years of use without emerging much for wear – certainly no cheap, plastics to be found in here.

the E-Class cabin is more sound, retaining all the ease of that, as we will soon complements the mechanical refinement by the drivetrain on the move. The transmission is sometimes polarising for being but the spatial advantage is clear to the centre console would not have room for another of cupholders.

The rear passenger compartment is comfortable, save for a slightly middle seat where the transmission tunnel encroaches legroom. Meanwhile, the chairs in are generously adjustable in multiple with the addition of memory for owners and regular occupants. with the steering column adjusts electrically for reach and there should be nary a who cannot get comfortable behind the of the latest E-Class.

In contrast to so cars of its ilk, the E-Class is devoid of a starter button. twist the key in the ignition barrel, and the turbocharged four-cylinder fires up, settles into an aurally but quiet idle.

On the move, the throttle and brakes are easy to which in turn helps the make smooth progress in stop-start, urban environments. the seven-speed automatic transmission its job smoothly, almost unnoticeable by the – just as it should be in a large

Along with added a heavier foot on the throttle elicits a muted growl the engine bay, although it serves to indicate that the is working harder; even more effort, the engine remains quiet enough to be to the cabin’s serenity. Only at higher speeds on the motorway some wind noise apparent from around the mirrors.

Sweeping bends are with ease when smoothly, although tighter taken hard will more body roll say, an equivalent 5 Series. On the side however, ride is the E-class’ primary objective, and it with better bump where occupants are well even when potholes are

Fuel bills probably a massive issue for anyone for cars in this category, but the among prospective buyers like to take note the E250′s 6.1L/100km combined consumption rate is comparable to B-segment offerings currently in our market.

It stands to reason, then, given a light throttle the E250 can be fuel-efficient without on its established modus operandi for its occupants. Frugality and luxury for a compelling combination, especially in age of environmental consciousness.

Those could have come any current upmarket passenger car however the Mercedes-Benz E-Class them into its traditional of comfort and understated elegance. For with the means, it is a fine car to and to live with.

Mercedes-Benz E 250 D W210

Specifications of the E250 Avantgarde

Engine: inline-four cylinder, direct-injection petrol

Max power: 211hp @

Max torque: 350Nm @ 1,200 –

Transmission: Seven-speed automatic

(0-100km/h): 7.9 seconds

Top speed:

Fuel consumption (combined):

CO2 emissions (combined): 135-142g/km

features: ABS, EBD, BA, ASR, Attention Assist, Highbeam Assist, adaptive system with hold collision prevention warning adaptive brake assist, side, window and pelvis

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