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Mercedes-Benz E 280 4-MATIC W210

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The E-Class is the quintessential Mercedes-Benz. are a variety of models and powertrains ranging from turbo V-6 sedans, and powerful V-8 coupes and AMG With a redesign for 2014, the competes with the Audi A6, BMW and the Cadillac ATS.

See our 2014 E Class review for pricing options, specifications, and gas mileage

For the 2013 model year, the E-Class family in the U.S. the six-cylinder-powered E350 two-door coupe; an E350 cabriolet; an four-door luxury sedan; an wagon; a high-powered E63 AMG performance an E350 BlueTEC sedan turbodiesel power; an E400 offering over 300 horsepower and 30 mpg and the E550 coupe, E550 and E550 cabriolet, all with a V-8 engine. In the 2014 model the E350 BlueTEC is downsized to an BlueTEC four-cylinder model, and the AMG move to standard all-wheel

Tracing its roots, if not its name, to just after World War II, the E has established itself as one of the leaders in the luxury segment, competing cars like the BMW 5-Series, A6, and Lexus ES range. Priced $48,000 and $65,000 base the AMG range, the E Class is competitive in its on value as well as features.

generations of E Class cars graced the road, starting the Mercedes ‘Ponton’ or W120, its designation. Built from this car set the stage for the models to its abundant interior space and exterior dimensions. Power up over the model run, and a was introduced in 1955. The second ‘Fintail’ or W110, saw the introduction of fins, but more importantly, a engine (up from four), disc brakes and an automatic Again engine sizes up to 2.3-liters in the 230, as did power and Next came the ‘Stroke-8′, or which included both and six-cylinder engines, a new, simple exterior design canned the tailfins, and an all-new It ran from 1968-1976.

In 1977, the ‘Wedge’ or W123 hit the bringing a hint of the larger 450SEL to the design, along safety improvements such as a protected fuel tank The W123 was also the first E to get fuel injection, then a new technology. When the Wedge its run in 1986, the W124 arrived, the ‘E’ name for the first Models were badged numbers reflecting engine followed by the letter ‘E’, the 300E. In 1994, toward the end of the run, the E was switched to the front of the officially creating the E Class. The W210 followed in 1996, with it the seeds of the next two of E Class styling. Safety, and size all increased with generation, which also saw the high-performance AMG-tuned and branded E the E55 in 1999.

The seventh-generation E Class, the 2003 saw a rounder, more aerodynamic introduced to the styling, with a of V-6 and V-8 engines powering the lineup. A new wagon was introduced in 2004, and all-wheel drive was once available. The W211 was replaced in with the W212, which sharper, more modern advanced safety features Night View Assist, Assist, Adaptive Main Assist, seven standard and automatic emergency braking. A rigid unibody, up-rated improved fuel efficiency to direct injection, and automatically shock absorbers all add up to a refined and luxury sedan. Coupe, wagon and sedan models are all each with a choice an E350 V-6-powered version or an V-8-powered model.

Mercedes-Benz E 280 4-MATIC W210

A range of engine upgrades refreshed the current E Class The E350’s 3.5-liter V-6 engine 302 horsepower and fuel efficiency in the mpg city/highway range. The E550’s V-8 engine generates a stout 402 with fuel efficiency in the mpg city/highway range. All cars are with a seven-speed automatic. The E63 previous 451-horsepower, 6.2-liter V-8 has been replaced by a 5.5-liter V-8 rated at 518 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of but is still mated to a seven-speed Plus MCT transmission. All E63 AMG models get a capable suspension package, appearance upgrades lend the E63 AMG a aggressive, distinguished look. 4Matic all-wheel-drive system is on most models.

A new E400 Sport Sedan model made its debut in 2012 as a model, featuring a 302-horsepower V-6 engine paired with a hybrid unit.

For 2013, the E moves forward with no major mechanical changes, upgrades to the new mbrace2 infotainment a new selection of alloy wheels, and features and options packages, as as enhanced standard equipment keep the car fresh until the model-year E Class arrives a more thorough refresh.

In 2014, the E Class benefits myriad changes, including a new with cleaner headlamp a new hood, and a choice of grilles—one the three-pointed star logo, one simple chrome bars, as does with its C Class. The stamped into the rear of the sedan have been clean, made more though coupes retain the look.

AMG models carry into the new year. with standard all-wheel drive and S that boost power the twin-turbo V-8 to 577 horsepower.

Among the updates are a front-mounted stereo system enables three-dimensional of road obstacles and traffic at up to 55 yards, with overall effectiveness stretching out to 550 yards. with driver drowsiness systems, forward-collision mitigation braking assistance, and several of lane-keeping assist, the 2014 E Class is primed to be one of the safest sedans on the road.

The E Class sedan and wagon go on in May, with coupes are to follow in summer. But that’s not all the in the 2015 model year, the E sedan drops its V-8 entirely. in of a new twin-turbo V-6 in the new E 400 model. It’s due on by fall of 2014.

Mercedes-Benz E 280 4-MATIC W210


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