2016 Mercedes E Class Design - Mercedes Benz Cars Review
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2016 Mercedes E Class Design , New look brought new contemporary lines in order to make E class more appealing to the younger generations. Front end fascia now features stripe-and-a-star or two-stripes-and-a-star grille with big angular lower air intakes and singular laid-back headlights. Out back, there’s a set of angular tail-lights with a chrome garnish between them. All models also feature angular exhaust tips, but have different frame, depending on a body style.
There are six sedans available in 2016 Mercedes E class, and all of them have different powertrain options. Base model is E250 BlueTEC with 195 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque 2.1L twin-turbo diesel I-4 engine. Another unconventional powertrain comes from E400 hybrid model that has 3.5L V6 engine and electric motor which together give 302 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque. E350 and E550 are also available as coupes and convertibles, plus have E350 wagon. No matter what their body type is, they are offered with 302 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque 3.5L V6, and 4.6L biturbo V8 engine with 402 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque. Lineup is completed with AMG 4Matic sedan which has handcrafted 5.5L AMG biturbo V8 engine with 550 hp and 531 lb-ft of torque, or 577 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque if you opt for a sport model. As already mentioned, wagon is available in E350 version and in sport AMG version with the same engines their sedan siblings have.
Best fuel economy comes from base diesel engine at 28/42 mpg in RWD and 27/38 mpg in 4WD. Rest of the lineup lowers the fuel efficiency to 21/31 mpg for all beside coupe models or 20/28 mpg for coupes. AMG models further reduce the ratings to 15/23 mpg or 15/21 mpg for RWD and 4Matic models respectively.
E class coupes cost and will cost from around $52,000 to $59,000, while cabriolets start at $60,000 and go to $67,000. Sedans cost at least $51,000, while wagons start at $59,000. The most expensive AMG models cost $100,000 and $102,000 for sport sedan and wagon respectively.There’s still enough time until 2016, but it is already evident that only changes will be in features and interior styling. Mercedes-Benz’s E class is now more modern and offers any type of body and powertrain you can imagine, even in the US market.
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