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Mercedes-Benz E350 CDI

Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] Right front three quartersMercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] Right front three quartersMercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] Right front three quartersMercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] Right front three quartersMercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] Rear right three quartersMercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] Rear right three quartersMercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] See the back

Introduce

Indians love lớn flaunt their cars. From a basic hatchback owner lớn someone who bought a luxury sedan, we just love showing them off. Scores are higher when you own one of the premium brands like Mercedes-Benz that the five-star restaurant waiter will keep his smile on for longer. Mercedes’ first vehicle in India was the E-Class and over the years it has maintained its aura as a premium luxury sedan and is an nâng cấp in the right direction for C-Class owners. . The updated E-Class was launched in mid-2013 with just two regular variants, the E250 CDI and E200 CGI and then the ramshackle AMG-spec E63. The E350 CDI has been missed for over a year and now the 3.0-liter V6 variant is finally here.

The pre-facelift E350 CDI was imported CBU, but now the company has started assembling domestically. E350 CDI is equipped with a 3.0 liter V6 engine producing 261 hp and 620 Nm of torque; On paper, these numbers are the second best in the class behind the Jaguar XF, so how has this powerful new diesel engine changed the E-Class? We drove it on Mumbai’s busy streets, sped off on a fast highway, and ended our drive with a hill climb lớn find out if the new variant is really worth the money more than the E250 CDI. are not.

Exterior and interior

The E-Class seems lớn have stripped down the typical German styling with sharp features and styling elements that make it appear longer than it actually is, from the side. All of its 4.8 meters length is evident with large overhangs at the front and rear. Large grille centered at the front along with beautiful headlights. It is beautiful lớn look at from any angle, be it the sharp lines that define its shape, the clever front styling, or the discreet but attractive rear (the striking LED taillights are a big draw). big). I like the overall styling of the car, but if I had lớn choose a particular angle where it looks best – it’s a tough choice between the forward-leaning front and the rear.

However, if you were expecting it lớn look different from the standard E250, you’re right lớn be disappointed. The car is not much different from the regular four-cylinder variants, only multi-spoke alloy wheels and badges. The dual exhaust at the rear found in the E250 CDI also seems more relevant here. Although the alloy wheels look luxurious, we expect a sportier design instead.

The cabin of the E350 CDI is arranged similarly lớn the E250 CDI except for a few additions. There is a new trim line – high-gloss black ash. The interior is well furnished and all the details like the silver chrome frame, the ambient lighting below the dashboard trim and the four door trim strips give it a special feel inside. The seats are really supportive and comfortable, the rear has a separate AC climate control and the rear seats are among the best in its class.

A few additions lớn the feature list include a 360-degree parking camera, a larger 17.8cm high-resolution color display in the center. In addition lớn these additions, the Harman Kardon speaker offers good sound quality and the Bluetooth phone works seamlessly. Some features such as the front warning display and digital driver information graphics found in the BMW/Jaguar are missing. The steering wheel feels good lớn hold and all the knobs fall into my hand easily, but the row of buttons in the center is not lớn my liking.

Engine and gearbox

This variant is about a big engine with a total peak torque of 620Nm and a peak power of 261.5bhp. This engine is one of the most refined high power diesels sold in India, it makes almost no noise and only feels its presence as the revs increase. Mercedes claims a 0-100 acceleration time of 6.6 seconds. An educated guess, would be that under the right driving conditions the car won’t move too far from that figure. The engine only kicks back in when you stomp on the gas, and you can feel all the torque going through the differential lớn the rear wheels.

Throttle response is clear and on the highway there’s no complaining range and the engine is easy lớn control even at city speeds. Overtaking is easy, and slow-moving traffic will soon be spec on the rearview mirror. The car accelerates very fast and covers well. Noisy Michelin tires at speeds above 120 km/h make traveling at high speeds on the highway a noisy affair.

There are three modes on this car – Eco, Sport and Manual, in eco mode, the car shifts as fast as possible for the best fuel economy. In Sport mode the car feels transformed and one can feel the g-force build up, it spins higher and allows you lớn use most of the engine’s power. In manual mode, the driver decides where lớn shift gears, but shifting isn’t quick in this mode and it won’t let you keep revving if you’re near the red line.

Transmission duties are carried out by the 7G-TRONIC plus seven-speed transmission using this engine’s power really well. It always has the optimal ratio for the mode you are driving and operates smoothly and almost without jerks. In some downhill cases, the transmission jerked a few times when downshifting, but that can be forgiven as it’s not a rev-shift sportier.

With a V6 engine, the 350CDI won’t be as frugal as the four-cylinder diesel variant, but expect it lớn return at least 13 km/l on the highway and 8-9 km/h in the city. The overall figure of 11kmpl is achievable and I think that’s a very respectable number for the kind of performance it delivers.

The engine really impresses, it catches up quickly when you ask it lớn and will hit an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h. It’s brilliant and has reinvigorated the E-Class in the performance department; It doesn’t look good at high revs, but other than that it deserves a high score.

Ride and Handle

Despite riding on low-profile 17-inch wheels, the car is still very supple and it can overcome broken roads. It has good high-speed manners and its composure at those speeds is commendable. The car is comfortable when going through potholes, climbing speed bumps and losing composure is a task. The suspension is balanced, it’s not too soft and it doesn’t feel stiff either. Meanwhile, the BMW 530d M Sport has a sturdy ride and keeps occupants informed of every little bump in the road. There’s a small price buyers will pay for the car’s good ride, it’s not as good as the 5 Series around bends, but then it’s not too far behind it either.

If you’re expecting it lớn dance lớn your tunes, it’s not a great handlebars, but neither are any of its six-cylinder rivals. These are diesel-powered executive sedans that aim lớn transport their owners from point A lớn point B in the most comfort, albeit at a fast pace.

It’s not easy lớn slip tails in this car with electronic watchdogs protecting those tires from losing traction even with ESP turned off. However, if you put the car in place and do the throttle adjustment with the ESP off, you’ll have a few smiles – a little bit until the ESP kicks in and ruins the fun.

In short, the E-Class drives like a premium sedan, it keeps the occupants comfortable when driving through broken roads and ensures the driver with good high-speed behavior and ability good handling.

Identify

The E350 CDI is a fast executive luxury diesel sedan that will do everything the E250 CDI will, but with style. It competes with the diesel 530d M and A6 3.0 TDI Quattro and Jaguar XF S diesel in our market. It is the second most powerful after Jaguar in India and at Rs 57.42 it matches its competitors in terms of price. However, as the first luxury car manufacturer on the market, Mercedes has the highest number of dealers and service shops giving it an edge over its competitors. Apart from its six-cylinder rivals, it also has competition from the cheaper E250 CDI at Rs 8.95 lakh (at the Delhi showroom).

Let’s face it, the extra cost is for that big V6 and the extra performance this variant offers over the E250 CDI and this is the only major difference between the two. There are different types of alloy wheels and a few additions lớn the feature list lớn use, but this variant is for those who want performance.

If you’ve decided lớn buy an E-Class but don’t know whether lớn go with the V6 and get more showtime, or choose the E250 CDI with similar styling and save money, the choice is simpler than you think. If performance isn’t high on your agenda then the E250 CDI is the one for you. However, if you want performance and comfort in the right balance then the E350 CDI makes a strong case for itself. For a combination of great performance and diesel efficiency, you have a great choice in the BMW 530d M. The Mercedes may not be as exciting, but it gives you the right balance. better in terms of looks, comfort, performance and appeal.

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Mercedes-Benz E350 CDI
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Introduction
Indians love flaunting their cars. From a basic hatchback owner lớn someone who bought a luxury sedan, we just love lớn flaunt them. The points are higher when you own one of the premium brands like Mercedes-Benz for which the valet at the five-star restaurant will hold his smile longer. Mercedes’ first car in India was the E-Class and over the years the car has maintained its aura of being an executive luxury sedan and the nâng cấp in the right direction for C-Class owners. The updated E-Class was launched in mid-2013 with only two regular variants E250 CDI and the E200 CGI and then there was the sinister AMG-spec E63. The E350 CDI was missed for more than a year and now the 3.0-litre V6 variant is finally here.
The pre-facelift E350 CDI was imported as a CBU, but now the company has started assembling it locally. The E350 CDI gets a 3.0-litre V6 motor producing 261bhp and 620Nm of torque; on paper, these figures are the second best in class after the Jaguar XF, so how does this new powerful oil burner change the E-Class? We drove it on the crowded streets of Mumbai, took it for a quick dash on a fast highway and ended our drive with a hill climb lớn find out if the new variant is really worth the extra cash over the E250 CDI.Exterior and Interior
The E-Class seems lớn have shed the typical German understated styling with its sharp features and styling elements that make it look longer than it actually is, from the side profile. All of its 4.8 metre length is evident with large overhangs at the front and rear. The large grille takes centre-stage at the front flanked by the beautiful headlamps. It is good lớn look at from any angle, be it the sharp lines that define its silhouette, the smart frontal styling or the discreet yet attractive rear (the striking LED tail lamps are a big attraction). I like the overall styling of the car, but if I had lớn pick up one particular angle that it looks best from – it is a tough choice between the front and the rear tilting towards the front.

However, if you are expecting it lớn look different from the standard E250 you have all the rights lớn be disappointed. The car has nothing much lớn differentiate it from the regular four-cylinder variants save for the multi-spoke alloy wheels and the badge. The twin tail pipes at the rear which are present in the E250 CDI as well seem more suited here. While the alloy wheels look classy we expected a sportier design instead.

The cabin of the E350 CDI is similar in layout lớn the E250 CDI apart from a few additions. There is a new trim line – high gloss black ash wood. The interior is well-appointed and all details like the silver chrome frame, ambient lighting beneath the dashboard trim and the four door trim strips lend a special feel inside. The seats are really supportive and comfortable, the rear gets a separate climate control AC and the rear seats are one of the best in its segment.

A few additions lớn the feature list include a 360 degree parking camera, a larger 17.8cm high resolution colour display screen in the centre. These additions apart, the Harman Kardon speakers offer good sound quality and the Bluetooth telephony works seamlessly. A few features like heads-up display and digital driver info-graphics found in the BMW/Jaguar are missing. The steering feels good lớn hold and all the dials fall easily lớn hand, however the array of buttons on the centre are not lớn my liking.Engine and Gearbox
This variant is all about a big engine with dollops of torque in total of 620Nm and 261.5bhp of maximum power. The engine is one of the most refined big capacity diesel motors available on sale in India, it is near-silent and makes its presence felt only when the revs climb. Mercedes claims a 0-100 acceleration time of 6.6 seconds. An educated guess, will be that in right driving conditions the car won’t veer too far from that number. The engine just wakes up lớn life when you stomp the accelerator pedal and you can feel all that torque flowing through the differential lớn the rear wheels.
Part throttle responses are crisp and out on the highway there is no scope of complaining and the engine is very tractable even at city speeds. Overtaking is effortless and slow moving traffic soon becomes a spec in the rear-view mirror. The car gains speed very quickly and also masks it well. The Michelin tyres are noisy at speeds above 120kmph making high speed cruising on the highway a noisy affair.

There are three modes on this car – Economy, Sport and Manual, in economy mode the car shifts gears as quickly as possible lớn extract the best fuel-economy. In Sport mode the car feels like it has been transformed and one can feel the g-forces build up, it revs higher and lets you use most of the engine’s power. In manual mode it’s up lớn the driver lớn decide the shift points, however shifts aren’t quick in this mode and it won’t let you hold the revs if you are close lớn the redline.

The transmission duties are done by a 7G-TRONIC plus seven-speed gearbox that utilises the power of this engine really well. It always has the optimum ratio for the mode that you are driving in and operates smoothly and is nearly jerk-free. On a few occasions, coming downhill, the transmission did jerk a couple of times shifting down but that can be forgiven as it is not a sporty gearbox with a rev-match downshift function.
With a V6 engine, the 350CDI won’t be as frugal as the four-cylinder diesel variant, but expect it lớn return at least 13kmpl on the highways and 8-9kmpl in the city. An overall figure of 11kmpl is achievable and that I think is a very respectable number for the kind of performance it has lớn offer .
The engine really impresses, it is quick on its heels when you demand it and will hit an electronically limited top speed of 250kmph. It is brilliant and has given the firepower lớn the E-Class in the performance department; it doesn’t sound as good at high revs, but that apart it deserves full marks.Ride and Handling
Despite riding on low profile 17-inch rims, the ride is supple and it makes mincemeat of broken roads. It has good high speed manners and its composure at those speeds is commendable. The car is comfortable going through potholes, climbing speed humps and it is a task lớn unsettle its composure. The suspension thiết đặt is well balanced, it isn’t too soft and neither does it give a feeling of stiffness. In comparison, the BMW 530d M Sport has a stiff ride and keeps the occupants informed about every minor undulation on the road. There is a small price the buyer will pay for the car’s good ride, it is not as good as the 5 Series around the bends, but then it is not too far behind it either.

If you are expecting it lớn dance lớn your tune then it is not a great handler, but then neither are any of its competitors equipped with six-cylinder engines. These are diesel executive sedans meant lớn transport their owners from point A lớn B in utmost comfort, despite being fast.

It is not easy lớn go tail-sliding in this car with the electronic watchdogs guarding those tyres for loss of traction even with the ESP off. However, if you position the car right and work on the gas pedal modulation with ESP off, you will have a few smiles – a little until ESP kicks in and ruins the fun.
In short, the E-Class rides like how an executive sedan should, it keeps its occupants comfortable driving through broken roads and assures the driver with its good high speed manners and decent handling.Verdict
The E350 CDI is a fast executive luxury diesel sedan that will do everything that the E250 CDI will do, but with style. It competes with the 530d M and the A6 3.0 TDI Quattro and the Jaguar XF S diesel in our market. It is the second powerful after the Jaguar in India and at Rs 57.42 lakh it matches its competitors on the pricing front. But, being the first luxury car entrant in the market, Mercedes has the highest number of dealers and service outlets that gives it an edge over its competitors. Apart from its six-cylinder peers it also has competition from the E250 CDI that is cheaper by Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Let’s face it, the additional cost is for that large V6 engine and the higher performance this variant offers over the E250 CDI and this is the only major difference between the two. There are those different alloy-wheels, and a few additions lớn the feature list for the taking, but this variant is for people who want performance.

If you have decided on buying an E-Class but don’t know whether lớn go for the V6 and gain more flaunting rights or choose the E250 CDI in similar trim and save money Then, the choice is simpler than you thought. If performance is not high on your agenda then the E250 CDI is the one for you. But, if you want performance and comfort in the right balance then the E350 CDI makes a strong case for itself. For a combination of superb performance and diesel efficiency, you have a brilliant option in the BMW 530d M. The Mercedes may not be as much fun, but it will offer you a better balance in terms of looks, comfort, performance and appeal.Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015] #MercedesBenz #E350 #CDI
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#MercedesBenz #E350 #CDI
Introduction
Indians love flaunting their cars. From a basic hatchback owner lớn someone who bought a luxury sedan, we just love lớn flaunt them. The points are higher when you own one of the premium brands like Mercedes-Benz for which the valet at the five-star restaurant will hold his smile longer. Mercedes’ first car in India was the E-Class and over the years the car has maintained its aura of being an executive luxury sedan and the nâng cấp in the right direction for C-Class owners. The updated E-Class was launched in mid-2013 with only two regular variants E250 CDI and the E200 CGI and then there was the sinister AMG-spec E63. The E350 CDI was missed for more than a year and now the 3.0-litre V6 variant is finally here.
The pre-facelift E350 CDI was imported as a CBU, but now the company has started assembling it locally. The E350 CDI gets a 3.0-litre V6 motor producing 261bhp and 620Nm of torque; on paper, these figures are the second best in class after the Jaguar XF, so how does this new powerful oil burner change the E-Class? We drove it on the crowded streets of Mumbai, took it for a quick dash on a fast highway and ended our drive with a hill climb lớn find out if the new variant is really worth the extra cash over the E250 CDI.Exterior and Interior
The E-Class seems lớn have shed the typical German understated styling with its sharp features and styling elements that make it look longer than it actually is, from the side profile. All of its 4.8 metre length is evident with large overhangs at the front and rear. The large grille takes centre-stage at the front flanked by the beautiful headlamps. It is good lớn look at from any angle, be it the sharp lines that define its silhouette, the smart frontal styling or the discreet yet attractive rear (the striking LED tail lamps are a big attraction). I like the overall styling of the car, but if I had lớn pick up one particular angle that it looks best from – it is a tough choice between the front and the rear tilting towards the front.

However, if you are expecting it lớn look different from the standard E250 you have all the rights lớn be disappointed. The car has nothing much lớn differentiate it from the regular four-cylinder variants save for the multi-spoke alloy wheels and the badge. The twin tail pipes at the rear which are present in the E250 CDI as well seem more suited here. While the alloy wheels look classy we expected a sportier design instead.

The cabin of the E350 CDI is similar in layout lớn the E250 CDI apart from a few additions. There is a new trim line – high gloss black ash wood. The interior is well-appointed and all details like the silver chrome frame, ambient lighting beneath the dashboard trim and the four door trim strips lend a special feel inside. The seats are really supportive and comfortable, the rear gets a separate climate control AC and the rear seats are one of the best in its segment.

A few additions lớn the feature list include a 360 degree parking camera, a larger 17.8cm high resolution colour display screen in the centre. These additions apart, the Harman Kardon speakers offer good sound quality and the Bluetooth telephony works seamlessly. A few features like heads-up display and digital driver info-graphics found in the BMW/Jaguar are missing. The steering feels good lớn hold and all the dials fall easily lớn hand, however the array of buttons on the centre are not lớn my liking.Engine and Gearbox
This variant is all about a big engine with dollops of torque in total of 620Nm and 261.5bhp of maximum power. The engine is one of the most refined big capacity diesel motors available on sale in India, it is near-silent and makes its presence felt only when the revs climb. Mercedes claims a 0-100 acceleration time of 6.6 seconds. An educated guess, will be that in right driving conditions the car won’t veer too far from that number. The engine just wakes up lớn life when you stomp the accelerator pedal and you can feel all that torque flowing through the differential lớn the rear wheels.
Part throttle responses are crisp and out on the highway there is no scope of complaining and the engine is very tractable even at city speeds. Overtaking is effortless and slow moving traffic soon becomes a spec in the rear-view mirror. The car gains speed very quickly and also masks it well. The Michelin tyres are noisy at speeds above 120kmph making high speed cruising on the highway a noisy affair.

There are three modes on this car – Economy, Sport and Manual, in economy mode the car shifts gears as quickly as possible lớn extract the best fuel-economy. In Sport mode the car feels like it has been transformed and one can feel the g-forces build up, it revs higher and lets you use most of the engine’s power. In manual mode it’s up lớn the driver lớn decide the shift points, however shifts aren’t quick in this mode and it won’t let you hold the revs if you are close lớn the redline.

The transmission duties are done by a 7G-TRONIC plus seven-speed gearbox that utilises the power of this engine really well. It always has the optimum ratio for the mode that you are driving in and operates smoothly and is nearly jerk-free. On a few occasions, coming downhill, the transmission did jerk a couple of times shifting down but that can be forgiven as it is not a sporty gearbox with a rev-match downshift function.
With a V6 engine, the 350CDI won’t be as frugal as the four-cylinder diesel variant, but expect it lớn return at least 13kmpl on the highways and 8-9kmpl in the city. An overall figure of 11kmpl is achievable and that I think is a very respectable number for the kind of performance it has lớn offer .
The engine really impresses, it is quick on its heels when you demand it and will hit an electronically limited top speed of 250kmph. It is brilliant and has given the firepower lớn the E-Class in the performance department; it doesn’t sound as good at high revs, but that apart it deserves full marks.Ride and Handling
Despite riding on low profile 17-inch rims, the ride is supple and it makes mincemeat of broken roads. It has good high speed manners and its composure at those speeds is commendable. The car is comfortable going through potholes, climbing speed humps and it is a task lớn unsettle its composure. The suspension thiết đặt is well balanced, it isn’t too soft and neither does it give a feeling of stiffness. In comparison, the BMW 530d M Sport has a stiff ride and keeps the occupants informed about every minor undulation on the road. There is a small price the buyer will pay for the car’s good ride, it is not as good as the 5 Series around the bends, but then it is not too far behind it either.

If you are expecting it lớn dance lớn your tune then it is not a great handler, but then neither are any of its competitors equipped with six-cylinder engines. These are diesel executive sedans meant lớn transport their owners from point A lớn B in utmost comfort, despite being fast.

It is not easy lớn go tail-sliding in this car with the electronic watchdogs guarding those tyres for loss of traction even with the ESP off. However, if you position the car right and work on the gas pedal modulation with ESP off, you will have a few smiles – a little until ESP kicks in and ruins the fun.
In short, the E-Class rides like how an executive sedan should, it keeps its occupants comfortable driving through broken roads and assures the driver with its good high speed manners and decent handling.Verdict
The E350 CDI is a fast executive luxury diesel sedan that will do everything that the E250 CDI will do, but with style. It competes with the 530d M and the A6 3.0 TDI Quattro and the Jaguar XF S diesel in our market. It is the second powerful after the Jaguar in India and at Rs 57.42 lakh it matches its competitors on the pricing front. But, being the first luxury car entrant in the market, Mercedes has the highest number of dealers and service outlets that gives it an edge over its competitors. Apart from its six-cylinder peers it also has competition from the E250 CDI that is cheaper by Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Let’s face it, the additional cost is for that large V6 engine and the higher performance this variant offers over the E250 CDI and this is the only major difference between the two. There are those different alloy-wheels, and a few additions lớn the feature list for the taking, but this variant is for people who want performance.

If you have decided on buying an E-Class but don’t know whether lớn go for the V6 and gain more flaunting rights or choose the E250 CDI in similar trim and save money Then, the choice is simpler than you thought. If performance is not high on your agenda then the E250 CDI is the one for you. But, if you want performance and comfort in the right balance then the E350 CDI makes a strong case for itself. For a combination of superb performance and diesel efficiency, you have a brilliant option in the BMW 530d M. The Mercedes may not be as much fun, but it will offer you a better balance in terms of looks, comfort, performance and appeal.Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2013-2015]

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