2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Car Reviews

October 23, 2009 by admin  
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Mercedes E-Class car is one of the finest and the most expensive cars in a Class filled with exceptional and expensive cars. It’s roomy and luxurious, but it offers excellent performance and tight handling that disguise its huge size. The 2010 version, improved in many respects, will carry a lower MSRP.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class saloon is trying to Mercedes-Benz won a leadership position in the luxurious sedan class by doing more and more than twenty technical developments. They come with trailblazing innovations for safe driving is obtainable from no other manufacturer in the world in this combination. Examples include the quality Attention Assist, Adaptive Prime Beam Assist and automated emergency braking, which is activated when there is acute danger of crash.

The sedan’s all-new body does not simply look totally different, it additionally yields a variety of purposeful improvements. Aerodynamics were a massive focus of the redesign, and Mercedes was ready to attain a drag coefficient of just 0.25, making the car the most of aerodynamic luxury car, the company claims. Moreover, the new body is thirty percent stiffer, ensuing in additional precise handling.

The renovated E-Class interior resembles that of the existing C-Class. The shapes are blocky instead of flowing and organic, and would possibly seem overly basic or maybe cheap were it not for the apparent quality of the materials and subtle detailing.

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Mercedes-Benz has enhanced the already exemplary long-distance comfort of the 2010 Mercedes E-Class car even more in the new sedan, as well as intelligent bodyshell technology with up to thirty percent better rigidity, more improved seats and a recently developed suspension whose shock absorbers directly adjust to the recent driving situation. The optional air suspension now works along with an electronic damping system.

The engine performance and fuel saving of Mercedes-Benz E-Class saloon has been improved, beginning from the base model up. As before, the E350 creates 268 hp and 258 pound-feet of torque, whereas the V8 E500 cranks out 382 hp at 6000 rpm and 391 lb-ft between 2800 and 4800 rpm. Each models will be available with all-wheel-drive. Customers will even select between the the six-cylinder E 350 CDI with an output of 241 hp and an excellent more economical E350 BlueTEC, developing 211 hp and meeting EU6 exhaust emission standards planned for 2014. All the other engine variants within the new E-Class meet the EU5 limits.The combined NEDC consumption of the new four-cylinder diesel engines is only 5.3 litres every one hundred kilometres, that matches to 139 grams of CO2 each kilometre. All the engines for the new E-Class meet the EU5 emission level, and within the case of the E 350 BlueTEC the emissions are already lower than the EU6 limits planned for 2014.

Aside from the engines, the BlueEFFICIENCY package for the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class 2010 is in most part responsible for a substantial fuel saving. Engineers from each development department have worked all together to optimise assemblies and parts, to save lots of fuel by means of reduced weight, a new shape, improved functioning or economical energy management.

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The work done within the wind tunnel was notably successful, for with a drag coefficient of solely 0.25, the new 2010 Benz E-Class is the world’s most aerodynamically economical luxury mid-size sedan. It is better the already great Cd figure of the previous model by a new four percent, which indicates s a fuel saving of around 0.25 litres every one hundred kilometres when driving at a motorway speed of 130 km/h. The aerodynamics are for instance enhanced by variable fan louvres, manage the airflow to the engine compartment in line with requirements.

The high technology options consists of: Attention Assist, that detects driver drowsiness based on seventy parameters; Adaptive Prime Beam Assist, which change s the angle of the headlight for the best possible illumination with no blinding other motorists; LED daytime driving lights, that use less power and enhance aesthetics; Blind Spot Assist familiar from the S-Class; and Lane Keeping Assist, which uses vibrations within the steering wheel to give information the driver if they are veering out of their track. An optional Speed Limit Assist , that acknowledges speed limit signs as the car passes them, then displays the appropriate speed limit in the speedometer.

Like other Mercedes models, Brake Assist Plus immediately computes the braking pressure to restrain a accident in critical situations. When the brake pedal is depressed, the system directly activates the calculated level of braking assistance. If the driver is unsuccessful to react to the warnings, the radar system first initiates partial braking, and if a accident is unavoidable, emergency braking is initiated.

The price of 2010 Mercedes E-Class car for the base E350 model lists from $49,475 – $4,600 less than the old E350’s price. The V8-powered E550 also saw a significant price reduction, listing for $5,400 below the old model at $57,175. All prices include destination.

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One Response to “2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Car Reviews”
  1. Ichwan Hakim says:

    Hello Mr Yani! Details about the new car is here, thanks for sharing,

    have a nice day!

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