2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, We are happy to review this amazing midsized car- Mercedes Benz E- class; we are ranking it #1 in the list of luxury midsized cars. Giving it 9.2 out of 10 which is based on our evaluation 10 pieces of research and data elements that we – team of LTR magazine check using various sources.
2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Reviews & Specifications
• Amazing features
• Comfortable interior
• Refined & trendy performance
• Oops fuel efficiency
• below average trunk space
• seating capacity : 4 -7
• Mileage : 22 in city and 30 on the highway
• New & latest tech features
• New trim levels
• Redesigned to match Sedan
• Price of Mercedes – Benz 2018 E – class : starting $52,900
• The best midsized luxury car model, nothing wrong in it
Is the Mercedes-Benz E-Class a Good Car?
It is an excellent vehicle, whether you want performance or comfort, this car has everything for you, in its best quality as well. It is composed of lineup turbocharged engine, smooth handling with high tech- latest technology.
And seats can give you comfort even if you sit on them for the full day. This car should definitely belong to your shortlist, but only go for it if your pocket allows you to ride in this car, it is not cheap at all, even after buying; it will cost you in keeping up with mileage.
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Now, if you have your mind set on this Mercedes E- class, you can go for this as you are getting more than the money that you are paying, but if you are out of budget, there are many other option as well which won’t cost you this much.
How Much Does the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cost?
Of course this part is important; Mercedes E- class has a starting price of $53,000 which is for its base model E300. While the high-end AMG E63S sedan has a starting price north of $100,000. At both ends of the spectrum, the E-Class is one of the most expensive vehicles in the class.
Interior of Mercedes- Benz E- class | Reviews
There is no match of its interior with any other midsized luxury car, so How Many People Does the E-Class Seat?
E-Class sedans seat five, coupe and convertible models seat four, and wagon models seat up to seven. The front seat offer you great luxury and comfort, its elegant features like heated armrests are also available.
And its rear seats have enough room for adult passengers, but you can’t compare legroom or headroom with other rivals, as it will fail in this part.
Cargo space: This vehicle series has under sized trunk space and provides you 13 cubic feet of space. Oops, this much space is not enough for vacation luggage.
But don’t worry, coupe model have more space i.e. 15 cubic feet of room; this means coupe model can carry two or three more bags than sedan. So if you want more space then you should go for E- class wagon which has maximum capacity of 64 cubic feet of room and this much space is possible when you folds the rear seats.
Standard features in the E-Class include a power sunroof (except in convertible models) and Mercedes’ COMAND infotainment system with a 12.3-inch display, voice controls, navigation, Bluetooth, a Wi-Fi hot spot, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and two USB ports. For more information, read What Is Apple CarPlay? and What Is Android Auto? Then, see the Best Cars With Apple CarPlay and Best Cars With Android Auto.
Available features include a panoramic sunroof, wireless device charging, a 13-speaker Burmester surround sound system, and satellite radio.
In performance; this series has plenty of choices. Sedan in E-class is available with 241 horse power four cycle engine that has enough power for every day drive. Coupe, wagon, and convertible models feature a 329-horsepower V6 that’s more energetic than the base engine — but not that good.
There are two great models in this series that can give you Goosebumps while driving, and they are – AMG E63S, which features a 603-horsepower V8 engine and this gives it a sportiness and greater comfort.
E-class crash results; The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class has one of the highest safety scores in the class. It earns five out of five stars overall from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Driver drowsiness monitoring, crosswind assist, and active brake assist come standard in this Mercedes. Available driver assistance features include a rearview camera or a 360-degree surround-view camera, evasive steering assist (which automatically steers the car around pedestrians in your path), automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition, a head-up display, lane keep assist, lane change assist, and park assist.
Mercedes’ Pre-Safe Plus is also available, which tightens seat belts and rolls up windows if it detects an impending collision.