Mercedes Benz E350 Reviews
The MercedesBenz E350 luxurious sedan is rather a vehicle. Using a double overhead-cam 24valve diecast alloy V-6 engine block that creates a strong 200 kW, the E350 has enough capacity to manage any requiring driving scenario but still return an estimated fuel-economy of 20mpg within the city and 29mpg in the open road. That's pretty darn great!
The drive-adaptive transmission learns the way the motorist drives and adapts accordingly. A characteristic that is truly gratifying to work with is the Contact Shift mechanism which enables the driver to manually downshift or upshift by nudging the shift lever left or right in the drive location. There's even a motorist-selectable comfort mode that starts the car in second gear or second reverse gear and upshifts at a lower rpm; this enables better control on slick surfaces.
Review: 2006 Mercedes-Benz E 350
Inside features include a multifunction steering-wheel that handles the cellphone and system, as well as the operation of the multifunction display. The controls can be 4-way adjustable (tilt/telescoping) and for this driver's seat memory. The driver's 10-way adjustable seat automatically shifts position for the precise options you left it. Double automatic climate-control with top and lower temperature sensors will compensate for the consequences of direct sun and cottage airflow.
Security isn't compromised to the MercedesBenz E350 possibly. The speed-sensitive steering is weighted attractively and the copious quantities of grip ensure improvement is sure-footed, to say the least.
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