Showing posts in the category of Mercedes E-Class

Spied: New 2017 Mercedes E-Class Shows its New Body, Gets Straight-Six Engines


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There's a new E-Class brewing in Mercedes-Benz's product pot and we have the first photos of a prototype model wearing a real body.

Mercedes’ Indestructible W124 Turns 30 This Year


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Launched in November 1984, the Mercedes-Benz W124, the model that inaugurated the E-Class moniker in 1993, is nearing its 30th anniversary, a fact that many cars from this series appear to ignore.

2015 Mercedes E-Class Range Gains 9-Speed Auto and Other Powetrain Updates


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Despite having had its mid-cycle facelift last year, the E-Class model range from Mercedes will not stop getting upgrades until it gets replaced in the next two years or so.

Mercedes E350 Coupe Becomes 680HP Sleeper Thanks to Mcchip-dkr


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Despite the fact that it uses the E-Class moniker for part of its name, along with a number of E-Class options and engines, the current generation of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe (C207) is actually based on the old C-Class (W204) platform, a detail which didn't go so well with some of its customers.

Mercedes E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid Driven from North Africa to UK On One Tank of Fuel [w/Video]


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British auto journalist Andrew Frankel and a relief driver drove a standard UK-spec Mercedes-Benz E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid from North Africa to the UK non-stop on one tank of fuel. The journey was possible because the E-Class was fitted with an 80-liter fuel tank, which is a £100 (€125) option in the UK.

Mercedes Remembers the 240 D 3.0, the First 5-Cylinder Diesel Production Car


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Four decades ago, Mercedes-Benz launched the 240 D; the most powerful and fastest diesel car of its day and the world’s first series-production car with a five-cylinder oil burner. The Mercedes-Benz 240 D 3.0 launched in 1974 was powered by a 79hp (80PS) five-cylinder engine.

Scoop: Why This Mercedes C-Class Prototype is Likely a Test Mule for the Next E-Class


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Test mules are the chameleons of the automotive industry; they allow carmakers to evaluate the underpinnings of future models in real world conditions during the early development stages, without giving away their appearance. But, how can you tell that the C-Class body prototype caught by our spies here might be a test mule for the next generation E-Class?

Gorgeous 1965 Mercedes 220 SE Coupe With Only Two Prior Owners Yours for $25,900


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One would quickly run out of epithets if that was the chosen course for describing this Mercedes 220 SE two-door, built in 1965. It has 11,000 miles or about 17,600 km on the odometer and from every angle you look at it (in the photos provided and posted below), it’s hard to fault.

Vilner Tunes One of Only 15 W210 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG 4MATICs


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Did you know that Mercedes-Benz built an all-wheel drive version of the twin circular headlamp E55 AMG (W210 series)? According to some accounts, only 15 custom-ordered E55 AMG 4MATICs were built throughout the life of the series (1997-2003), making it one of the rarest Benzes in the world, and one of them, landed in the hands of Bulgarian design studio Vilner.

New BRABUS E63 AMG 850 6.0 Biturbo with 850 Horses and +350km/h


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From the W124 500E-based 6.9 V12 with 509PS (502hp) to the more contemporary “one of ten” E V12 from 2009 that had 800PS (789hp) and a top speed in excess of 370km/h (230mph), Brabus has been constantly upping the ante for Mercedes-Benz' E-Class series. Now, the German tuner is presenting what it calls, "the legitimate successor of the famed BRABUS 800 E V12" with the new 850 6.0 Biturbo based on the latest E63 AMG.

Drag Race Duel: Mercedes E63 AMG versus Vauxhall VXR8 GTS


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While the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG and the Vauxhall VXR8 GTS wouldn’t strike you as rivals, they are a match for each other in terms of size, weight and power. This makes them excellent candidates for what should be a close drag race.

Unique 1994 Mercedes E500 Tuned by Brabus yours for $100k


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If the Germans know how to make one particular style of vehicle, that would have to be a sedan or wagon of the very imposing kind. Yes, their repertoire is varied, but they’re best known for making the kind of cars you want to get out of the way of, when you see them quickly approaching the mirror.

1979 Mercedes-El Camino Cross Epitomizes Coolness


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While at first it may sound like an odd mix of formulas, by the time you finish reading this article, then scrolling through the galleries, you will have been converted to liking this Mercedes diesel turned El Camino ute (probably a whole lot).

Mercedes Releases Three New Limited Edition Specials for Japan


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German premium carmakers seem to have found a niche in Japan with special edition models. This time, it's Mercedes-Benz that has announced three new models, including the E250 Coupe Limited, the A250 Sport Edition Night and the A45 AMG Petronas.

Wald Dresses Up Mercedes E-Class Facelift and SLK Roadster


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Mercedes-Benz seems to have caught the eye of the imaginative tuning minds over at Wald International, as the Japanese brand has released two new packages, for the facelifted W212 E-Class sedan (from 2013 and onwards) and the R172 SLK roadster (from 2011 and onwards).

Cool V8-Swapped 1980 Mercedes TD300 Wagon is Up for Grabs


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The wagon or estate is seen as an oddball choice in the US, despite the fact that so many people drive even larger SUVs and pickups. However, I bet many would understand your decision to part with your cash for this Merceds Benz W123 from 1980.

Harris Tries Out the Hottest V8-Powered Super-Saloons: M6 Gran Coupe vs E63 AMG vs XFR-S


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Chris Harris’ comparison tests usually yield some kind of worthwhile conclusions, but this latest one, involving the Jaguar XFR-S, Mercedes E63 AMG and BMW M6 Gran Coupe, has no such thing.

Watch Two Inattentive Russian Drivers Get Themselves in a Mess


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No matter how many times you view the two following incidents recorded on dash-cams in Russia, you won't be able to justify the actions of the two drivers, who simply put, weren't paying any attention on the road and ended up crashing their rides.

Brabus Takes the Mercedes E 63 AMG T-Modell to 838HP


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One of the world premieres at the Essen Motor Show was the Brabus 850 Biturbo based on the Mercedes E 63 AMG T-Modell. With 838hp (850PS) and 1,450 Nm (1,069 lb-ft), Brabus says it is the world’s most powerful street-legal all-wheel-drive wagon – a title it shares with the Brabus version of the CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake, which has the same powerplant.

Russia's X Driving Files: Was a Man Ejected from the Trunk in this Rear End Crash?


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Yes, we have yet another mystery from Russia's roads in our hands, one that calls for an explanation. We'll try our best to offer one, but feel free to watch the following dash-cam video and provide your own.