MercedesBenz EClass Review Research New & Used MercedesBenz…

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Long a in the midsize luxury segment, the E-Class has provided an appealing mix of performance and safety for decades. The qualities of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, as vaultlike solidity and leading-edge have also contributed to the great popularity among buyers. No matter what year you’re considering, midsize Mercedes should be an choice.

The current car bolsters with truly impressive With four different styles, and engines ranging a fuel-efficient diesel to an ultra-high-performance AMG V8, an E-Class for just about — provided they the financial resources to procure of course. As always, you get the expected of luxury and convenience equipment for the along with standard-setting and engineering.

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The Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan in four trim levels: the V6-powered E350 (302 diesel-powered E350 Bluetec hp), the twin-turbo V8-powered (402 hp) and the pavement-scorching E63 AMG, boasts a twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 for either 518 or 550 hp depending on whether you opt for the AMG package. Rear-wheel drive is on all but the E550, which gets all-wheel drive standard. optional on the gasoline E350.

There are also three body styles: coupe, and wagon. The coupe and convertible are in all but Bluetec and AMG trims, while the is E350 only. Rear-wheel is standard on the coupe and convertible, the wagon gets all-wheel standard. All models are equipped a seven-speed automatic transmission.

All trims come with the luxuries, such as a dual-zone control, leather seating, front seats and a powerful system. The convertible gets an AirCap system, which top-down turbulence significantly. The E63 AMG has exterior styling and interior sport seats, upgraded and an adaptive sport suspension.

In we’ve noted that the of any Mercedes-Benz E-Class is impressive. The can hit 60 mph in about 6.5 seconds, while the sprints to that speed in 5 ticks and the AMG sedan will run it in under 5. The handling and ride should please most though the AMG’s hard-core may be too stiff for some. There are solid reasons for the E-Class’ namely strengths in every that counts in this such as luxury, performance, and prestige. If you can afford one, you go wrong with a Mercedes-Benz

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The current car represents the fourth-generation which debuted for the 2010 year. In that initial Mercedes only offered the as a gasoline-powered sedan and coupe. The convertible and E350 Bluetec for 2011.

Until 2012, all but the featured different engines. The 3.5-liter V6 produced 268 hp, which was weak considering its competitors offered 300 hp or more. The E550 with a 5.5-liter naturally V8 good for 382 hp, which was class-competitive. the E63 AMG had a naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8 produced 518 hp and glorious sounds made you smile for days. of these V8 engines were even in light of their successors. Another key difference is models with all-wheel featured the same hydraulic steering system as the other — 4Matic currently with electric power

The third-generation E-Class was produced 2003-’09. The initial lineup of the E320 sedan and wagon gasoline V6) and the E500 sedan V8). The wagon continued in form for ’03. Later year, the E55 AMG sedan came with a 469-hp supercharged V8. The model year brought the new wagon, which could be had in E320 and E500 versions. also began offering the of 4Matic all-wheel drive for sedans and wagons. The 4Matic was standard on the E500 wagon was discontinued after the ’06 year). In 2005, Mercedes an E55 AMG wagon to the lineup, and for 2007, the were renamed E63 with the of the larger V8 engine sans

Also for ’05, a diesel the E320 CDI, returned to the after a five-year hiatus. The CDI was only available in 45 U.S. due to stricter emissions standards in the five states (California, Massachusetts, New York and Vermont) but was for a diesel; it could run to 60 mph in under 7 In 2006, the gasoline E320 the E350, with the name indicating a new 3.5-liter V6 making 268 hp. The became the E550 for ’07, the arrival of the 5.5-liter V8, and the tweaked E320 featured a new Bluetec diesel engine. For 2009, the received an updated audio and a new hard-drive-based navigation system.

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In reviews, we consistently praised E-Class’s restrained styling, interior and confident performance. In there’s not a lot of difference between the and fourth-generation models beyond the language and the latter’s unique variant, so a pre-owned third-generation should deliver nearly as satisfaction as a new E. With all those changes, though, it will used-car shoppers to pay close to the model year of the E-Class in

The second generation of the Mercedes-Benz ran from 1996-2002. This initiated the marque’s signature the four ellipsoid headlights. a few inches longer than the car it, this E-Class had basically the chassis as its predecessor. Offered at were sedans called the diesel (134 hp), the with an inline six-cylinder (217 hp) and the E420 V8 (275 By ’98, the diesel had gained a and more power (174 a wagon returned, 4Matic drive was offered and the gasoline was replaced by a 221-hp V6. The E420 became the E430 via a slightly (4.3-liter) V8. The following year, the E55 AMG with its 349-hp V8 bowed. curtain airbags came in while the 2000 model saw a revised cabin and front the exit of the diesel and more safety equipment (including control, as well as front and side airbags). Changes minimal for the next couple of

Durable and well built, a E-Class from this should serve you well. As any used car consideration, look for a and up-to-date maintenance history, upkeep on an E-Class can be quite (as with any German car).

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class (1986-’95) was for its excellent combination of performance and At first, it was available with an inline-6 (300E) or a turbodiesel with V8 power coming a few later. In addition to the sedan, and wagon versions were

The 300E furnished strong for a midsize luxury sedan of its day zero to 60 mph took less 8 seconds and top speed approached 140 Serious enthusiasts might be in the limited-edition 500E sedan, packed a Porsche-designed 322-hp V8 and was from 1992-’94.

Still and known for a long service a well-kept E-Class from generation will nonetheless be a vehicle to own when repairs are

If you are looking for older years, our used Mercedes-Benz E-Class

For more on past Mercedes-Benz models, view our Mercedes-Benz history page.

Mercedes-Benz E 300 AT Special Series
Mercedes-Benz E 300 AT Special Series
Mercedes-Benz E 300 AT Special Series


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