Mercedes-Benz E-class is an executive, dynamic and smart car. For 9 generations, the E-class has been the preferred choice of car owners who prefer luxury cars over SUV's, wagons and vans.
Despite its ranking in terms of sale, the last time it was refashioned was 2014. But fret no more, the wait is finally over. The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-class has finally arrived. It finally received the New Sensual Purity Design that its sister, the S-class has received last year.
Given the New Sensual Purity Design, its features were never diminished and with its virtual cockpit, it promises a high-tech control for its owners. It has specification only Mercedes-Benz can give.
As per report coming from Car and Driver, the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-class comes packing a 2.0-liter engine with a force3 of 241 HP under the hood. It can accelerate up to 60 miles in just 6.5 seconds. It can run a maximum 129 miles per hour when tested to its limit. This 5-seater beauty has an automatic 9 gear transmission to boot. Fuel economy wise, it can give you 22 to 29mpg depending if you are traveling in the city or on the highway. Costing only $53,075.00 it is ranked 2nd in the Mid-Size luxury category
The Mercedes-Benz E- class has the essential safety features that make every car owner feel safe and protected. Its aerodynamics allows it to grip the road more firmly thus ensuring a more comfortable ride. State of the art technology connects your car with your surroundings. Users might not be able to know beyond the curb but their vehicle can provide them such information. Side airbags give added safety in case of sudden impact.
CNET reported that the the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-class is the most intelligent sedan in the world. Its cruise control can follow another car up to more than 100 miles per hour without driver intervention. Its Driver-Pilot mode can even change lanes for you. Just signal and the car change lanes. Its Brake Assist feature gives you more confidence in city driving. Sudden breaking gives you more distance from the car in front thus avoiding collisions.