2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review: A Comfortable And Practical Car With Similar Features From Past Mercedes Cars?

Mar 16, 2017 07:51 AM EDT | Paula

Known for their amazing cars, Mercedes-Benz has done it again with the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe. Test drivers find it comfortable and practical but with familiar features from other Mercedes cars.

The car is longer and wider than the previous Mercedes E-Coupe models, two 6 ft. tall passengers can easily fit on the car. They can fit on the passenger seat without any difficulty, squeezed backseat passengers will never be seen on this car.

Actually, this did not come as a surprise considering the measurements of the car. It has the length of 190 inches, a height of 56. 3 inches and 73.2 inches in width, this is longer, wider and taller than earlier versions of the car.

According to Autoweek, the new Mercedes car has similar gadgets that can be found on the E-Class Sedan. The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class also comes with semi-autonomous features. However, it doesn't come with a self-driving option.

Nevertheless, it can follow cars on curves with speed up to 130 mph. For safety, the car company installed cameras that can read road signs. Using this camera will allow drivers to automatically drive at a legal limit.

It also comes with a Magic Vision Control windshield wipers, which is relatively more advanced than most wipers. Instead of using ordinary windshields that only blast fluid on its nozzles, this windshield has dotted blades with fluid outlets that have a resistive heating foil.

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is styled after Mercedes C-coupe, with its wheelbase and track similar to the aforementioned car. When it comes to the car's interior design, it has a four-door cabin reminiscent of the E-class cabin, reported Car and Driver.

Aside from that, the car is also reminiscent of the E-class Sedan. It has the instrument panel that has a 12.3-inch display like the Mercedes Sedan. It is probably safe to assume that this new car is the culmination of all the good features of past Mercedes cars.

Despite this assumption, the car still manages to retain its originality. It has better air vents that are designed to eliminate jet turbines. Mercedes-Benz did not installed a stand-alone touchpad for the new car but used a push-and-turn knob for the Infotainment system.

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe features might come from different Mercedes cars but it still an amazing car. The new car will be available this summer with a base price of $56,000.

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