Mercedes E-Class Coupe next gen Reviews
Some automobiles are designed for practicality. Some are constructed for electricity. Some are constructed to handle tough terrain. And some are constructed simply for your fun of driving. The Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe is 1 of the latter group - an automobile that is all about your emotions and the utter enjoyment of driving.
You simply have to take a look at the mercedes benz E-Class Coupe to see that it's all about one of the happiness of speed. Look at those eagle eyed dual headlights. Look at the way the lines of the bonnet converge just below the middle star. Look at those shark mouth air intakes. Look at the deep sculptured lines running along the side to the tidy back end. The roof, of course, is classic coupe and seems simply the way you anticipate it should - Why strive to improve on what's understood to speak directly to the heart?
Although the details of the engine versions of the Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe expected for launch in Australia are still unsure at the time of authorship, if international versions are anything to go by, we are surely in for a treat and the Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe does truly have the specifications to back up the handsomeness. Abroad, there are four petrol engines and three diesel accessible. Yet, we shall have to wait and see. It will also be intriguing to see whether the BlueTech hybrid vehicle technology becomes accessible.
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To hazard an educated guess, it's probably safe to say that we'll get at least the E200 and the E220 CDI versions of the Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe. These are the lowest of the chances, and even these are rather a treat for the motorist, to judge by amounts. Even the E200 is turbocharged, and the E 220 CDI is a common rail diesel with dual turbochargers. Power reaches the top of the curve at 125 kW in the E220 CDI and at 135 kW for the E200. Torsion, on the other hand, summits at 270 Nm in the E200 and at 400 in the E220 CDI. I'm quite impressed by the way that the E200's torque peaks at such a low level and throughout such a broad variety of rpm for a gas engine - that's nearly as great as some diesels out there. These are, as mentioned before, the lowest and least strong of the engine chances accessible abroad for the Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe. The most strong possible - which we may or may not get Down Under - is the E500 Blue Efficiency.
Details about the transmissions that will be coupled to the really strong engines in the Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe are still kept secret by Mercedes Australia. Yet, the most likely chances are the 6-speed manual or else the 7G-Tronic 7-speed automatic with Drive Select.
A whole host of choices are likely to be accessible for the Mercedes Benz E Class Coupe, also. One that this author is instead interested to see is the colour range. Silvergrey looks to be the color revealed on pre-release stuff, but there might be some other timbre of gray, white and blue potentially out there.
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