2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan

May 19th, 2013 | 0 Comments | Mercedes-Benz

2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan – Long before it was even called the E-Class, the midsize sedan Mercedes has always been the mother lode of Mercedes-ness. Sure, the 2014 Mercedes E-Class sedan these days is just one of 17 different selling Mercedes model classes in Canada. But even back in the day when there were only a handful of Benze, the forerunner of the E among them. So the release of a new E-Class is always an important event. That said, let’s be clear that this is not an all-new E-Class, but a comprehensive upgrade the current W212 architecture for the first time in 2009. The main ingredients are freshened styling, fuel-efficient new powertrains, and another escalation in what appears to have become the key theater of conflict in the luxury car wars electronic driving aids.

Our first example of the 2014 his global preview in Spain was a starter. A couple of significant variations come to Canada this April was not present, many of those who were there will not come until much later or not at all. And 2014 Mercedes E-Class Sedan striking absence of 4Maticmodels in Spain, even if 4Matic will be standard on almost all line up in Canada. In a nutshell, the 2014 E 300, E 350 and E 550 sedans comes first with basically the same powertrains as in 2013. Also returning is the E 350 wagon. The only remaining RWD E-Class E 400 Hybrid will be available on special order.

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Coming in September, the E 63 AMG sedan and wagon, both a first for AMG standard 4Matic. We will talk about the AMGs in more detail in a separate story. Make its Canadian debut in September will be a diesel. The current 3.5-liter V6 Bluetec will be replaced by a new 2.1-liter, four-cylinder turbo-diesel that will propel the new E 250 Bluetec 4Matic. We have the management of the E 250 Diesel in Spain, as well as another new engine a new 330-hp, 3.0-liter bi-turbo petrol V6 that will likely show to drive on our shores early next year. In Europe, the engine gets a E 400 designation, but that could change in Canada.

Overall, the 2014 Mercedes E-Class sedan is clearly a fettling of the existing W212 form, but it is not difficult to change, especially the much clearer to see the ending. On a suitably optioned E-Class, it is how many sensors are exclusively devoted to monitoring activities and objects in the environment outside the car itself. Together, this collection of cameras, radars and ultra-sonic sensors add new layers to an already extensive range of systems that warn and actively help the driver.

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