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Mercedes Benz E300 4matic 2017

Mercedes Benz E300 4matic 2017

$542.00 / month

36 MONTHS   /   $0 DOWN   /   7500 MILES PER YEAR

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What's New for 2017

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is redesigned with the modern look of the C-Class and S-Class models.


Although it now looks more like the smaller C-Class sedan, the new midsize Mercedes-Benz E-Class is actually slightly bigger than before. It's also lighter, more efficient and more comfortable on the inside. Numerous new high-tech systems also give it the ability to avoid accidents better than any of its predecessors.

What Is It?
The E-Class is a four-door, five-seat midsize luxury sedan. Despite its visual similarity to the outgoing model, it is mostly new from bumper to bumper. Reduced weight and excellent aerodynamics contribute to improved efficiency, while a more sophisticated form of optional air suspension promises a more comfortable ride.

Safety features abound. One unique feature is the ability of the seats to nudge vulnerable occupants farther inboard during a side-impact collision. Other notable features include an unusually wide flat-screen dashboard display that's easily operated from the steering wheel, and optional driver aids that edge the E-Class one step closer to autonomous operation.

What Body Styles, Engines and Trim Levels Does It Come In?
When it arrives this summer, the only model offered will be the E300 sedan. It's powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine rated at 241 horsepower and 272 pound-feet of torque. It comes with a standard nine-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. 4Matic all-wheel drive is optional.

Other options to be introduced later include a six-cylinder 333-hp twin-turbo V6 and a plug-in hybrid that combines the base gasoline engine and an electric motor. There will also be high-performance versions from Mercedes' AMG division, as well as a possible diesel-powered model.

As before, there will be Luxury and Sport versions, each with its own unique styling cues. Luxury models will feature the traditional standing hood ornament and a chrome-laden grille, while the Sport model gets a three-pointed star embedded in a grille with body-colored trim.

How Does It Drive?
Mercedes has made a particular effort to eliminate noise and vibration from the E-Class cabin, and the results are immediately obvious. The previous E-Class was hardly loud or uncomfortable, but this latest version is particularly restful in town and at speed on the highway. Indeed, all E-Class models, steer, corner and brake with slightly more confidence than the last model, although this remains a comfort-biased car.

The optional Drive Pilot is one of the most intriguing elements of the new E-Class. Triggered by pulling a stalk toward you for 2 seconds, it not only provides radar-governed cruise control but also keeps the car in its lane with no more than the lightest touch of the steering wheel, or none at all for a period.

An instrument panel warning indicates when you must reapply a hand to the wheel, although this is not always obvious, potentially allowing the car to drift off line. Our test car occasionally strayed when the self-steering system was operating, the result being that you could never totally trust the car to steer itself.

The Drive Pilot option is probably only worth having if you're fascinated by the idea of autonomous cars and want something now that carries some of these features. But this Mercedes demonstrates that there is still some way to go before you can place your trust in a self-driving automobile.

How Does It Rate in Terms of Interior Comfort?
It has a highly adjustable driving position, very comfortable seats and once you're used to its steering-column-mounted gearshift, easy-to-use controls. Most of the minor systems can be operated via a pair of touchpads on the steering wheel spokes that control the elaborate infotainment system.

Everything from the air-conditioning to navigation and the available head-up display can be operated from the steering wheel, and although it is initially intimidating, the clarity of the dashboard display and the logic of the menus make it relatively easy to use. A rotary knob on the center console provides an alternative input if you prefer to grab something more substantial.

The main dashboard display itself butts right up to the instrument panel to create what looks like one giant screen spread across the dash. The rather blocky character of this screen is slightly at odds with the E-Class's richly curvaceous cabin architecture. The choice of leathers, wood and metal finishes is extensive, enabling very different ambiences to be created, especially once you start playing with the ambient lighting, whose 64-shade color palette allows many tastes to be indulged.

More practically, the latest E-Class provides more cabin space thanks to an additional 2.6 inches between the front and rear wheels. Rear legroom remains a little tight for taller passengers, but the seats themselves are exceptionally comfortable.

What Unique Features Will It Offer?
There are several new high-tech safety systems, including what Mercedes calls a "short interference signal" through the car's sound system to get the driver's attention if it detects an imminent collision. If that fails, the car can autonomously apply emergency braking.

Then there's the Evasive Steering Assist system that helps the driver in making a more controlled avoidance maneuver, and PreSafe Impulse Side, which can actually move occupants away from the doors using air chambers in the front-seat side bolsters when it detects an imminent side impact.

The new Remote Parking Pilot is operated via smartphone and allows you to exit the car and then have it automatically park itself in a tight space. Active Lane-Change Assist simply requires you to signal, and the car will change lanes for you at the next safe opportunity. Drowsy driver and crosswind alerts will also be available.

What Are Its Closest Competitors? 
The Audi A6 is a solid alternative. It offers a high standard of interior finish and an excellent combination of fuel economy and performance.

The Cadillac CT6 also comes standard with a turbocharged four-cylinder, but it offers two optional V6s if you prefer more power. It has a nicely finished interior and a little more passenger space than the E-Class.

The recently renewed Jaguar XF offers a sportier drive, improved comfort and better mileage. It's well equipped, too, but doesn't look very different from the previous model.

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