I have 29k on the odo and never will sell it. You also commented about Cabrio being a cruiser. Atmo V8s and V6s are out, replaced by the E 400 and its twin-turbo 3. Rear side airbags are a stand-alone option. High-quality appointments The 2014 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet feature a comprehensive selection of premium equipment as standard. Regardless of body style or engine, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a special luxury car to drive.
The Cabriolet version of this package includes the AirScarf neck-warming system. . The E550 4Matic sedan comes with standard all-wheel drive and the Sport sub-trim items, while the coupe gets a sport-tuned suspension and a sport body kit. The bold front end puts a distinctive, sporty face forward, but at the same time emphasizes the close relationship of the Coupe and Cabriolet with the redesigned E-Class Sedan. The coupe's rear-seat legroom, meanwhile, rates about the same as in most luxury two-doors, but headroom is limited. The E350 features a directinjection V6 gasoline engine with 302 hp and 273 lb ft of torque. A special highlight of the new E-Class Cabriolet is its acoustic soft top with high-grade insulation, giving it the lowest noise level in its class.
Among sedans, we rank the , and as very close 2nd-place finishers. Additionally, Mercedes-Benz offers the mbrace2 system as standard equipment. The E400 Hybrid uses the same 3. Hold out till you find one truly pampered - mine had 18k miles and never saw rain or snow. Dynamic guide lines are a help when entering and leaving parking spaces and maneuvering.
Also included is the updated mbrace telematics system, offering smartphone integration and Web-based apps that include remote controls, driver monitoring and emergency services. Prices will be announced at a later date. In Edmunds brake testing, an E350 sedan with all-season tires came to a stop from 60 mph in 121 feet, while an E350 4Matic wagon with summer tires stopped in 109 feet -- both average distances for cars equipped with those tire types. With this, at the push of a button the driver can adjust the damping to his requirements depending on whether he wants to drive in a comfortable or sporty style. 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. Traditional styling features that make the Mercedes-Benz Coupes unmistakable — for instance the layout of the fully retractable side windows, which is unbroken by B-pillars — lend emphasis to the distinctive lines of the two-door car. Like the Sedan and Wagon, the Coupe and Cabriolet are equipped with an electromechanical Direct-Steer system as standard.
The E350 sedan distills further into Luxury and Sport sub-trims, which vary in suspension tuning, styling, interior trim and wheel design. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. Overall mileage almost 22 mpg plus all the electronic gadgets you could want. The rear fenders, whose powerfully muscular shape has been retained, lend visual emphasis to the rear-wheel drive of the sporty cars. The E350 wagon gets standard all-wheel drive, a power liftgate, a rearview camera and a rear-facing third-row seat. The official debut will be made next week at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, but the the first details have been officially unveiled today.
Trust me this car is a joy to drive and handles great. They are therefore regarded as emotionally appealing highlights of the successful E-Class family. Things like sat-nav, auto-dimming mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, dusk-sensing headlamps, cruise control, speed limiter, dual-zone climate control and electric front seats although fore-aft adjustment is still manual. The rear seats are reasonably roomy for a 2+2 in coupe form, and the extra space freed up in the centre console is definitely welcome. The exterior look of the new E-Class Coupe is pretty similar to the sedan version, except, of course, for the lack of the two rear doors that provide the car with a sportier appearance. For cruising around town the E 250 does well, but performance fiends will be better off with the E 400. We expect the rear-wheel-drive variants to be quicker still.
However the maintenance is believed to be high by some, but in reality is extremely reasonable. We do miss that V8 though. The 2014 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet go on sale in the U. How easy is it to enter the destination and how accurate is the information. Driving Impressions The 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class strikes a brilliant balance between ride quality and handling ability. Front seats are extremely comfortable with multiple adjustments, it would be hard to imagine anyone not being able to find their comfy spot. Both on the outside and inside the design is fresh, sharpened and so ideally reflects the many new technical features.
While revheads will lament the loss of a V8-powered Mercedes 2+2 coupe, others will welcome the added value of its twin-turbocharged V6 replacement. One comment on your reviews would be a line or two of the electronics and their ease of use. Prices The new Mercedes E-Class Coupe will go on sale in the summer of 2013. The tune raised it to right at 500hp, huge amounts of torque and raised the speed limiter to 187mph. It was still is beautiful, sporty, smooth, comfortable, and a pleasure to drive. Each is further broken down into different trims that correspond with its engine.