The only two features that Mercedes could improve upon is the steering which I find a tad too over boosted. Hold out till you find one truly pampered - mine had 18k miles and never saw rain or snow. Year after year, the Mercedes Benz E-Class exemplifies excellence, regularly ranking at the top of our midsize luxury car list. Over half of these are, in the strictest sense of the word, not coupes. Otherwise Mercedes has a perfect product.
Similar to the S-Class hybrid, the E400 hybrid pairs its 3. The coupe's rear-seat legroom, meanwhile, rates about the same as in most luxury two-doors, but headroom is limited. Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options The 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is available in five-passenger sedan, four-passenger coupe, four-passenger convertible Cabriolet and seven-passenger wagon body styles. !! They just do not compare. In Edmunds testing, an E350 Bluetec reached 60 mph in 7. Also included is the updated mbrace telematics system, offering smartphone integration and Web-based apps that include remote controls, driver monitoring and emergency services. For 2013, the lineup expands with the new Mercedes-Benz E400 Hybrid, which will be available later in the model year.
Mercedes Benz E-class is 100% more stylish and everything you would expect in a luxury car. It is smooth, pretty agile, comfortable, and gets 30mpg on the highway at the speed limit and above. Then I asked about the other one, was nowhere to be found. A Mercedes is a much better driving automobile than any Lexus I've driven. Interior Design and Special Features The cabin of the 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is meant to evoke classic themes from past models, combining angular architecture, first-rate materials and a decidedly austere look, especially when adorned in monotone color schemes and dark wood trim. Just make sure your parallel parking is up to scratch. Yep, no skidding antics here.
Every E-Class is relatively comfortable and spacious for their respective segments. Safety Standard safety features for the 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class include antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, front side airbags, front pelvic airbags, side curtain airbags and a driver knee airbag. The car is not cheap, you can buy two cars for the same price that you pay for one E class. The car had no spare keys and the owners manual was for the wrong year. All of them come with a nine-speed automatic gearbox and all but the E300 can be optioned with four-wheel drive. Mercedes Benz E-class is 100% more stylish and everything you would expect in a luxury car.
However, the enjoyment in driving an E class is worth three other cars. Mercedes used to use open Hella dual disk horns in their vehicles up until the '90s. Not very economical on gas mileage but it is fun to drive. The E-Class Coupe comes with a mixture of petrol and diesel engines. The harman kardon sound system, user friendly interface, navigation, beautiful leather bucket seats, beautifully designed steering wheel, glass top, and the list goes on and on. When I told them I already have financing, they underhandedly ran my credit and tried to undercut the bank I was dealing with. In Edmunds performance testing, an E350 wagon accelerated from zero to 60 mph in 6.
Smooth ride and nicely equiped. With the wagon, you get a generous 57 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity and a rear-facing third-row seat. The Cabriolet features automatic rollover hoops. This is a two-door four-seater in the most traditional sense, with the purposeful proportions and languid character of the finest Merc coupes of old. I previously own a C-class and the E-class is no comparision. The sedan gets a power rear sunshade and a split-folding rear seat, while the wagon offers a panoramic roof. I have 29k on the odo and never will sell it.
It produces a modest 210 hp but a very robust 400 lb-ft of torque. However the maintenance is believed to be high by some, but in reality is extremely reasonable. There are sedan, coupe, convertible and wagon body styles, plus engines that range from fuel sippers to outlandish horsepower monsters. Bought it the same day it rolled off the truck at the dealer. Style is important in the coupe marketplace and the E-Class Coupe delivers, with the sharp edges, quad headlamps and a sweeping roofline creating a dramatic shape.
Also, the horns aren't loud enough. I told them I would arrive by 4pm. The E-Class lineup alone would otherwise represent the full model portfolio from some other luxury brands. We expect the rear-wheel-drive variants to be quicker still. The convertible offers comfortable seating for four, although rear passengers nearing 6 feet tall may feel a bit hemmed in.
It's quite practical too, with a large boot and useable rear seats. I will never buy a new car again. . It's true that some E-Class rivals offer sportier, more dynamic handling, but we contend that for most buyers in this segment, luxury trumps performance. Subscribe to Auto Express magazine and get 6 issues for £1 plus a free gift:. The E class is solid, firm, and comfort is phenomenal.
Over half of these are, in the strictest sense of the word, not coupes. The turbo diesel is a dream car. I've had it to 150 and it was pulling like it was just getting started. Mercedes used to use open Hella dual disk horns in their vehicles up until the '90s. And the visibility of a post box.