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Mercedes E-Class/E63 AMG

New Mercedes E-Class, E63 AMG Sedan Price, Pictures, and Specs - AutoChoose.com
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Mercedes E-Class
The 2017 Mercedes E-Class is the definition of “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. Following the great success of the current larger S-Class and smaller C-Class, Mercedes knew that if the E-Class was to succeed then it would have to follow the same design philosophy to the letter. The E-Class is essentially an S-Class that has gone through a photocopier at 75% featuring the same air intakes, LED headlights, and signature twin-element taillights. The most distinguishing feature is the twin bar grille that is unique to the E-Class. The E-Class’s new sculpted front end gives it an impressive 0.23 drag coefficient translating into better fuel economy on your route to work.
With the launch of the 2017 E-Class the US only has one engine option however you can be certain that lineup will expand with the coming months. The base E250 model comes standard with a 2.0L turbocharged unit producing 241-hp and 273 lb/ft of torque. A new intelligent 9-speed automatic makes it’s debut giving the E-Class increased fuel economy without hindering performance. The new suspension system from the S-Class is also carried over with driver settings ranging from the standard “Comfort” mode to a “Sport” setting which drops the car by 15mm and stiffens up the vehicle to give more sporting handling characteristics. The S-Class’s optional air suspension is also available however it may not be necessary with the new E-Class’s standard suspension tuning.
Although it’s obvious the exterior of the E-Class is modeled on it’s bigger brother, the interior is simply nearly identical. The driver’s cluster gauge has been entirely replaced by a 12.3-in screen with another right next to it acting as the multimedia display- exactly like the S-Class. The similarities continue with the S-Class’s multimedia system’s rotary dial complete with touchpad that allows the driver to effortlessly access any vehicle system without taking their eyes off the road. Of course being a Mercedes, only the highest quality leather is appointed throughout the cabin and a new LED interior light system allows you to set the mood lighting in the cabin to any of 64 colors. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class competes against the Audi A6, Cadillac CTS, and BMW 5 Series.

The Stats
Starting Price: $53,500 (est.)
Engine: 2.0L Inline Four
Horsepower: 241
Torque: 273 lb/ft
0-60 MPH: 6.5 Seconds
Fuel Economy: 21/31 mpg
Safety Rating: 5 Stars.


Mercedes E63 AMG
If you think the E-Class is right for you but you’d like something a bit faster then the E63 AMG might suit you better. The E63 comes standard with a 577-hp 5.5-liter twin turbo V8 engine propelling the E63 to sixty mph in as little as 3.5 seconds. Vehicle performance can be controlled via Mercedes’s COMMAND system changing engine response, transmission shifts, and suspension settings. Inside you’ll find sport seats and much of the optional E-Class equipment standard on the E63 AMG. The Mercedes E63 AMG competes against the Audi RS7, Cadillac CTS-V, and BMW M5.

The Stats
Starting Price: $101,700
Engine: 5.5 V8
Horsepower: 577
Torque: 590 lb/ft
0-60 MPH: 3.5 Seconds
Fuel Economy: 16/23 mpg
Safety Rating: 5 Stars.

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