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Archive for the ‘Mercedes E-Class’ Category

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe

The Mercedes E-class coupe has always been a looker. There are a lot of coupes out there on the market, but this one has a certain ring to it. It does not carry any fancy moniker or overdone looks and is a coupe in true sense. Mercedes-Benz is currently working on the E-Class facelift for the 2020 model year. The E-class sedan and the wagon had been spotted before, but now, even the 2020 E-class coupe makes its paparazzi debut. Just like the sedan and the wagon, the coupe also bears changes all around the body and a few on the inside as well. Perhaps there will even be a new engine as well. Will the 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe be able to spike up sales for the German automaker?

PostHeaderIcon Arrows’ Mercedes-Benz W124 Station Wagons Are Begging for a Road Trip

There’s a company based in Japan known as Arrows, and it will turn your Mercedes-Benz W124 estate into a stylish wagon ready to gulp down miles on scenic country roads.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz AMG E63 S – Driven

Ever since Mercedes acquired AMG, in 1999, the Three Pointed Star has been hot on BMW’s heels making increasingly good (and good to drive) super sedans. Now, it looks like we have reached a point where the current Mercedes-AMG E63 is as good as BMW’s M5, if not better in several areas.

This is unprecedented because previous hot E-Class models were fun to slide around while producing plumes of tire smoke and also launch off the line (an experience also often accompanied by a bit too much tire smoke). Now, the current E63 S has all-wheel drive to reign its massive power and torque figures in, it has excellent body control, sharp and direct steering, and it’s now a car that definitely appeals to exactly the same people who would consider buying the current BMW M5.

There is no question about it: the latest E63S AMG 4Matic+ is a precision machine with considerably more finesse to its handling compared to previous models. According to some, it’s currently the most accomplished, rewarding and best-to-drive vehicle in its class and, after spending some time with it, we agree. It’s bonkers fast but not really usable on the road, unless you fancy a run-in with the law (or running into the guard rails), so if you really want to explore its breadth of abilities, you take it to a track.

PostHeaderIcon 10 fun coupes with enough space for your golf clubs

Whether it’s a quick jaunt to the driving range, or an entire Sunday spent on the links with your friends, it’s important to have the right ride to get you and your gear to the golf course without a fuss. As such, the big luxury automakers out there offer a range of two-door coupes with enough space in the rear to transport your clubs, bag, and whatever else you need for a round or two, all without sacrificing comfort in the cabin. But which of these is the best?

To find out, we took a look at all the big names on the market from the perspective of a golfer. First and foremost, the coupe in question has to have enough trunk space to carry at least one golf bag, assuming an average golf bag size of 36 inches by 14 inches by 10 inches, or 3 cubic feet, give or take. What’s more, we’re also considering style and appearance, as well as luxury and equipment features inside the cabin.

So then – arranged in no particular order, here’s our picks for the top 10 luxury coupes to take golfing.

PostHeaderIcon Top Midsize Sedans of 2018

New steering rack mounting and revised suspension geometry for better handling

SUVs have become the toast of the automotive world these days that it’s hard to argue against anyone who wants to buy one. It’s just that even though SUVs continue to grow in popularity, it can’t replicate the suave styling and sophistication of some of the most popular midsize sedans on the market today. The best midsize sedans are often those that give you the best of all words. They’re stylish, powerful, comfortable, and spacious. Some even combine all those qualities in one package. SUVs have these qualities, too, but they’re often a product of customers needing them as opposed to wanting them.

With midsize sedans, especially the luxury types, you don’t need space because you have a family to fit inside it, you want the space because you want to show off your ride to your friends. Likewise, you don’t need it to be powerful for your next weekend getaway. You want it to be powerful, so it grabs the attention of the people around you. In here is a list of the best midsize sedans of 2018. Pay attention to who made it because there’s a good chance that if you’re in the market for one, you’ll end up getting one of these models.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Mercedes was caught testing restyled E-Class prototypes that look like they’re hiding new front and rear fascias. It also appears that most of the work will be done on the front end, which is covered by the heaviest camouflage, although there are other details hidden as well.

The current E-Class, the fifth generation of the nameplate, was launched in 2016 and it is due for a refresh next year. Most changes will be done to the styling, to better reflect Mercedes’ new design language that was originally showcased on the new A-Class and CLS. The updated E-Class is expected to experience an extra infusion of tech as well.

No changes will likely be made to the engine range since the Mercedes started selling the E-Class with its new generation of four-cylinder and straight-six diesel engines, both of which make up the bulk of sales in major markets such as Europe.

PostHeaderIcon 13 Crossover Wagons You Could Buy Instead of an SUV

High-riding vehicles, like crossovers and SUVs are at the height of popularity right now, but they’re not the only way to go if you want practicality and some off-road capability. Crossover style raised wagons are a great alternative and while they can still drive you over a rough field or rutted road with ease, they’re better to drive on road and actually pretty stylish.

They are essentially the wagon versions of different cars which have gained extra ride height and plastic cladding on the outside to protect them from scratches in their most vulnerable points. These vehicles usually have standard all-wheel drive and are usually a higher trim level, so they are not cheap (compared to the vehicle they’re based on) but they also come with a lot of equipment.

Here’s a list of the 13 coolest crossover-style wagons you can buy today.

PostHeaderIcon Tuning Firm Puts an 80s Mercedes 190E Body on a 2010 Mercedes-AMG C63 Chassis and the Result is Amazing

They say matches are made in heaven; and after seeing this combination here, I feel it holds true even with automobiles. We have seen mods where puny cars get bumped with hundreds of extra horses. That seems old-fashioned now. Featured here is a body from the mid-eighties Mercedes-Benz 190E and the chassis and engine of the modern C63 AMG sedan – all blended together into one fine piece of automotive…art? Does the world deserve this car? Moniker’d the Frankenstein Benz, this may actually be a better love story than Twilight.

PostHeaderIcon Watch the Mercedes-AMG E53 Mild Hybrid Make a Gut-Churning Top-Speed Run

The Mercedes-AMG E 53 Coupe isn’t a whippersnapper the way performance cars are. But, it’s far from a tortoise, either. The AMG E 53 Coupe is surprisingly quick on its feet. It’s capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds, and while its 158-mph top speed isn’t anything to write home about, it’s still capable of putting a lot of cars in its segment in their proper places. A big part of the AMG E 53 Coupe’s performance capabilities rests on its powertrain. It has a twin-turbocharged, inline-six and a mild hybrid setup with EQ Boost that combine to produce a total of 450 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque. All that power — and the resulting crackling sound it produces — was on full display in this video of the coupe running roughshod over the Autobahn.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon by G-Power

German tuner G-Power is known for building programs that turn sporty vehicles into performance savants on four wheels. It’s worked its magic on a handful of BMWs over the years, but now, it’s turning its attention to Mercedes-AMG, specifically the German automaker’s powerhouse wagon, the E 63 S Wagon. At the core of G-Power’s new tuning program for the E 63 S is an engine upgrade that’s sure to rock the socks of owners who are crazy enough to get the kit. The program is definitely not for everyone, least of all those who are more than happy with having over 600 horsepower to play with. But, for the rare few who think that 600 ponies isn’t good enough, this new kit from G-Power should be right up your wheelhouse.

PostHeaderIcon Watch a BMW M5, Mercedes-AMG E63 S, and a Porsche Panamera Turbo S Duke it Out!

What better sight than watching three Germans in a conventional drag race! In this video, we see Matt Prior of Autocar, give a brief about all the three vehicles – the Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid, the Mercedes AMG E63 S, and the BMW M5. Undoubtedly, these are competent vehicles individually, but where do they stand when pitted against each other?

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG E53 Sedan

Launched in 2016, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class introduced an impressive amount of new technology for the brand, including a semi-autonomous feature and a steering wheel that can detect swipes like a smartphone. The nameplate expanded rapidly to include efficient four-cylinder models, a hybrid, diesels, and powerful AMG variants. Come 2018, and the sedan gains a mild hybrid AMG version under the “E53” badge. Set to replace the AMG E43 for the 2019 model years, it slots between the E400 4Matic and the full-blown AMG E63.

The sedan is the third E-Class model to make the switch to EQ hybrid technology. Mercedes-Benz began the overhaul with the coupe and cabriolet versions, which were unveiled at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show in January. The technology first debuted on the CLS in 2017, but the four-door version is not as powerful. A similar setup can be found in the AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, which also offers a 53-badged variant. So what sets the AMG E53 Sedan apart from the standard E-Class and the hardcore AMG E63? Let’s find out in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Mercedes-AMG E53 Sedan.

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2018 Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet

Brought into U.S. dealerships for the 2018 model year, the E-Class Cabriolet shares styling cues with its Coupe sibling. However, a big change compared to its predecessor has occurred under the skin. Unlike the previous model, the new E-Class Cabriolet shares underpinnings with the brand-new E-Class sedan, which rides on a rear-wheel drive architecture, dubbed MRA, that’s lighter and extremely flexible. This is a big deal for the midsize drop-top, which previously sat on the same platform as the C-Class, making it rather short and cramped compared to its competitors. It’s also roomier than ever and equipped with the company’s latest technology.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Porsche Panamera Turbo S vs Mercedes-AMG E63S

It’s always fun to watch cars like this lineup and shoot it out. Who do you think will win?

PostHeaderIcon Brabus E700

In the event that you’re unhinged enough to think that the Mercedes-AMG E 63 is still in need of more power, there’s a certain German tuner that knows a thing or two about giving you what you want. We all know what Brabus is capable of. The company has established itself as one of the pre-eminent Mercedes tuners of the world. It has a long list of Mercedes and AMG models that have been worked on and turned into machines of fortune. The 2018 Mercedes E-Class is one of the latest models to get included in that list, and it’s packing a wallop with 700 horsepower at its disposal.

PostHeaderIcon CarWow Pits the BMW M5 Against the Mercedes-AMG E63 S and It’s Amazing

Putting the BMW M5 and the Mercedes-AMG E63 S in close proximity to one another is like trying to put a liberal and a Republican in the same room. It can be done, but words will be said and punches thrown – in the end, someone is going home with a bruised ego and a story that will undoubtedly get tagged as fake news. Well, CarWow didn’t have any liberals or republicans to cage up, but they did have an F90 M5 and an AMG E63 S at their disposal so they did what any self-respecting car guys would do: They Raced.

It wasn’t just any race, either. We’re talking about two of the worlds finest performance cars with a thirst to prove that each is better than the other. The M5, for example, runs a 4.4-liter V-8 that’s good for 600 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, all of which is routed through an eight-speed automatic paired with an M-Tuned AWD system. In the other lane sate an AMG E63 S with a 4.0-liter V08 that’s good for 603 ponies and 627 pound-feet. It, however, has a nine-speed automatic paired with an AWD system. On paper, the Merc looks like it’ll have just a slight advantage with those three extra horses and 74 pound-feet of torque – if nothing else it can probably win a burnout contest if you switch it into drift mode.

I’m not going to break down the whole battle for you, but you might be surprised by the results. Or, you might not. It certainly is a close battle, and it might have you on the edge of your seat if this kind of thing is something you’re really into. Check it out and let us know what you think of the results in the comments section below!

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes to Join Volvo, Cadillac, and Porsche in the Car Subscription Business with the “Mercedes me Flexperience” Subscription Program

Mercedes-Benz is joining a host of other automakers in offering a new kind of ownership experience that will allow customers to drive the car of their dreams without actually owning them. Just like Volvo, Cadillac, and Porsche, the German automaker is in the final stages of developing a pilot program for a flat-rate vehicle subscription service, called “Mercedes me Flexperience.” The goal of this is service is to offer an alternative way to “owning” a Mercedes without actually having to buy it outright. The program is already available in a few countries, but it could also find its way into the U.S. as early as this year.

PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG E63 S – Driven

It’s the stuff of which nightmares are made.

The Mercedes-AMG E63 S is a growling, snorting, roaring monster designed to haunt your dreams.

While the E Class upon which it is based is a sedate, elegant luxury car, the folks at AMG have more sinister intentions for the midsize car. It starts under the hood, where one AMG engine builder hand-assembles a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 with direct gasoline injection. That 603-horsepower heart puts power to the ground at all four wheels via a nine-speed dual-clutch transmission and will do the zero-to-60 sprint in 3.3 seconds.

Like I said, it’s a monster.

Design Notes


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“The Mercedes-AMG E63 S is based on the 10th generation of the E Class, Mercedes’ midsize luxury contender”

The Mercedes-AMG E63 S is based on the 10th generation of the E Class, Mercedes’ midsize luxury contender. It’s a classic sedan, with a three-box design and wheels pushed out to its corners. Mercedes-Benz says it has “sculpted elegance.” I’d agree with that.

The front is dominated by Mercedes’ shield grille and an enormous Three-Pointed Star logo. Strong creases flow from that grille up the hood toward the windshield, while an AMG-specific front fascia features extra-large air intakes to feed the beastly engine.

The side-view of the Mercedes-AMG E63 S is dominated by a long, flowing crease led by the headlight lens. That crease bisects both door handles on its way to the rear of the car. AMG-specific wheels — there are five different styles available — and enormous ventilated brake discs with big, brightly painted calipers are the only real tip-off that this is not your average E Class.

From the rear, the Mercedes-AMG E63 S has the elegant E Class taillights, but also has a subtle lip spoiler on top of the trunk lid and quad square exhaust tips set within a rear diffuser. The meaty tires come into focus from the rear if you’re paying attention. They’re 10 inches wide in the rear, 9.5 inches wide up front.


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“The Mercedes-AMG E63 S is dominated by large twin TFT displays that serve as both gauge cluster and infotainment head unit.”

Inside, the Mercedes-AMG E63 S is dominated by large twin TFT displays that serve as both gauge cluster and infotainment head unit. They look like one large piece of glass that runs across half the dashboard, and it wows passengers. I likened it to a glass cockpit in an aircraft.

Seats in my test car were AMG-specific but were not all that different from the already excellent seats found in other E Class sedans. Mostly the stitching of the leather seat covers was a bit different, and there was an AMG logo inset on the front seat backrests. I appreciated that the front buckets were not as hard as the Recaro seats I experienced in the smaller CLA45 AMG. They had heating, cooling, and even several types of massage.

Drive Notes


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“The twin-turbos on the 4.0-liter V8 spool up quickly and make a flat torque curve for the 627 lb-ft lurking under the hood”

You’re not ready for the things this car can do.

Or at least I wasn’t. The engine fired up with a hearty cough and settled into an intimidating, low rumble when I pressed the big, silver start button on the dash. The muscle-car soundtrack is a foreshadowing of things to come.

The uninitiated should probably take it easy on the throttle the first time they slide behind the wheel of an AMG E63 S. Those 603 horses want to run. The twin-turbos on the 4.0-liter V8 spool up quickly and make a flat torque curve for the 627 lb-ft lurking under the hood. Not much can out-accelerate the E63 S at your favorite interstate on-ramp.

The downside of having all that power on-tap is there’s really nowhere to use it on public highways without endangering yourself or others on the highway — or your driving privileges. That 3.3-second zero-to-60 time is no joke. The engine emits an authoritative backfire each time the nine-speed DCT shifts during hard acceleration. Testing the E63 S on a closed course, the acceleration blurred my eyes, my brain unable to keep up with how quickly the speed was accumulating. Amassing three-digit speeds is almost too easy.


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“Mercedes’ smart cruise control proved to be a wonderful companion — a leash to rein in the monster on highway jaunts”

Case-in-point: I needed to get around some joker who didn’t know how to use cruise control on the interstate. I had my cruise set at 75 mph, and every time I started to pass his rusty Honda, he would speed up. With traffic behind me in the passing lane, I eased my right foot into the throttle to complete the pass. When I glanced down at the speedometer after completing the pass, I was doing 92 mph. The E63 S wasn’t even breathing hard.

Thus, Mercedes’ smart cruise control proved to be a wonderful companion — a leash to rein in the monster on highway jaunts. Pull back on the cruise stalk twice, and the car automatically adjusted itself to the speed limit according to information in the navigation system, including whenever the speed limit changed. That was handy for driving in an unfamiliar town.

Another good thing to have when driving in an unfamiliar town was Mercedes’ autonomous emergency braking. While I was searching for a driveway in a crowded resort area, someone stopped short in front of me. If not for the autonomous braking system, I would have rear-ended that person and done some very expensive damage to the $113,000 Mercedes-AMG E63S.

The Mercedes-AMG E63 S has a raucous engine note, but I noticed the car was loud in other ways. Much like the CLA45 AMG, the E63 S let a lot of road noise into the cabin. I’m not sure if this is a byproduct of AMG trimming cabin insulation in the name of weight savings, or high-performance tires, or some combination of those and other factors. It was the least Mercedes-like thing about the car,

The ride wasn’t very Mercedes-like, either. It’s harsh, even in “Comfort” mode. The E63 S has a suspension setup that allows it to handle like few other cars can, but there’s definitely a trade-off made in ride comfort. On a track or a glassy-smooth ribbon of twisty-turny pavement, I would enjoy this suspension and the trick adjustability Mercedes included. But on pockmarked highways, there were plenty of moments where I winced.


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“Mercedes-Benz has innovative infotainment controls”

Mercedes-Benz has innovative infotainment controls. Touch-sensitive buttons on the left and right spokes of the steering wheel operated kind of like tiny laptop touchpads. The one on the right spoke controlled options on the infotainment screen (which is located to the right of the driver), and the pad on the left spoke controlled options on the gauge cluster screen. It was intuitive to use and allowed me to do just about anything I wanted to do without removing my hands from the wheel.

Thankfully, Mercedes-Benz does not fall into the same trap as some other automakers with regard to HVAC. Simple rocker switches on the dash adjust temperature, fan speed, and other settings. At first glance, I thought it might be necessary to navigate to an HVAC screen within the infotainment system to adjust the heating and cooling. I was glad to find that was not the case, upon closer inspection.

Finally, a word on fuel consumption: It should come as no surprise that an engine this powerful will have a hearty appetite for premium unleaded. The onboard trip computer registered just a few tenths over 20 MPG on the highway. Overall, I saw 18 MPG in mixed driving. A trip to Nashville, about 100 miles from my home, cost me $43 in 93-octane dino juice.

Competitors

This is an expensive, exclusive segment to be playing in. For the ballers who can afford to drop six figures on a midsize luxury sedan, however, here are a couple of competitive comparisons:

BMW M5


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The legendary BMW M5 has a slight displacement advantage on the Mercedes-AMG E63 S (4.4 liters vs. 4.0) but makes about the same power as the E63 S, turning in 600 horses. However, the M5 has a torque deficit compared to the E63 S (553 lb-ft vs 625 lb-ft). The Bimmer makes up for it by being slightly lighter than the E63 S, and by delivering its torque over a broader spread starting at just 1,800 RPM.

The M5 is aimed squarely at that big Three-Pointed Star on the nose of the E63 S. Both cars start just a few dollars north of $100,000. Both cars have twin-turbo V8s. Both are great fun to drive on curvy roads or on the track. Both will drink a lot of fuel on their way to helping you amass a stack of “speeding awards,” as truck drivers call them. In raw performance terms, these two brutes are very close competitors.

The BMW’s interior lacks the glass cockpit design of the E63 S, but it will wow passengers in other ways. BMW iDrive has its own appeal, and BMW’s Aragon Merino leather is fantastic.

This is a hard decision for those who are not brand-loyal. It may ultimately come down to which one your eye likes better.

Read our full review on the 2018 BMW M5.

Audi RS7 Performance


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Mercedes has another German rival in this field: the Audi RS7. While the regular RS7 lacks the horsepower punch, at just a tiche over 500 horsepower, the Performance version of the car gets a 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 engine with 605 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. That puts it in the same league as the Mercedes-AMG E63 S and the BMW M5, with an Audi-quoted top track speed of 190 MPH and zero-to-60 time of 3.6 seconds.

The RS7 looks distinctive, with its silhouette displaying a short rear overhang giving away its liftback design. That extra dose of practicality will be appreciated by those who actually use the car to transport more than a couple of bags of groceries.

Inside, Audi offers plenty of wow-worthy features. The sporty seats are nice to look at and sit on, with quilted honeycomb-stitch leather accents and bolstering in all the right places. The infotainment system has Audi’s MMI Touch handwriting recognition feature, which is both a neat party trick and a useful feature to use when looking up someone from your contacts list or a destination on the nav screen.

Like the Mercedes-AMG E63 S and the BMW M5, the starting price for this hot Audi sedan is above the six-figure threshold. It’s worth comparing if either of the others is on your shopping list.

Read our full review on the 2018 Audi RS7 Performance.

Tesla Model S P100D


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Here’s the weird one. For those unafraid of doing things differently, the Tesla Model S could be a real competitor to the Mercedes-AMG E63S or any of the other competitors here.

Some tests say the Model S P100D gets to 60 quicker than the E63 S, and that the all-electric Tesla also accelerates faster during roll-on passing maneuvers. Its quicker launch time gets it down the quarter mile quicker than the Merc, though the German super-sedan has a slightly faster trap speed once it crosses the line.

There’s a lot to be said here about Tesla’s build quality, or perhaps more accurately, quality control. The internet is full of reports from disappointed Tesla owners and even autojournalists who have seen Teslas at international auto shows with unimpressive, uneven panel gaps and shut lines. That’s not to mention reports from some outlets that show the cars’ batteries may get tired quickly if the Model S is driven in anger.

But there’s also a lot to be said about the youth of the company, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out the difference in image a Tesla bestows upon its owner compared to any of the fuel-swilling entries listed above. For a certain kind of person, the Model S is the kind of ecologically responsible executive road-rocket they can feel good about owning.

As for interior and technology? Tesla positions itself as a technology company almost as much as an automobile manufacturer. The huge tablet-like touchscreen in the middle of the dash is the stuff of sci-fi dreams.

While the European luxury performance sedan segment is stronger than ever, with faster, better cars than ever, Tesla is trying to convince us that the old guard is just that: old, and guarding a powertrain technology whose time has passed.

Read our full review on the 2017 Tesla Model S P100D.

Conclusion


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Mercedes-AMG E63 S is a true monster of a midsize luxury sedan. It’s a six-figure status symbol that also happens to be superb to drive.

Disclosure: Mercedes-Benz provided the vehicle, insurance, and a tank of fuel for this review.

References

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe Hits Detroit as the Most Powerful Two-Door E-Class Yet

Mercedes-Benz used the 2018 Detroit Auto Show to introduce a new line of AMG-badges cars. The new series is dubbed E53 and its main feat is that it has a hybrid engine, which makes it the first electrified production model line from Affalterbach. The new E53 lineup includes three model for now, one of which is the E-Class Coupe. It’s called the Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe and in the absence of a full-blown E63 version, it’s the most potent E-Class Coupe to date!


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“While it's nowhere near as aggressive as the E63, it stands out in the lineup thanks to a few unique features”

Debuted alongside identical variants of the CLS and E-Class Cabriolet, the AMG E53 Coupe bridges the gap between the already familiar E43 and E63 designs. While it’s nowhere near as aggressive as the E63, it stands out in the lineup thanks to a few unique features. Up front, the diamond radiator grille with individual pins was replaced by a twin-blade design finished in silver chrome and a black lattice mesh in the background. The outer air intakes and the side skirts have also been revised, together with rear apron and the tailpipe trim, now finished in high-gloss chrome. There’s a new trunklid spoiler too, available either in body color or exposed carbon-fiber.

The interior features the big 12.3-inch display for the infotainment and instrument cluster as standard and all the fancy tech seen in the regular E-Class Coupe, but the AMG badge adds a few extras, starting with the AMG Performance steering wheel in Nappa leather. The two-door also employs sports seats, AMG-specific upholstery design, red seatbelts, and trim elements in either carbon-fiber, glass fiber, or matte silver. The steering wheel can be optioned up with wood inserts in piano lacquer or Dinamica microfiber grip areas. New upholstery options are also available, including combinations in black/saddle brown, black/white, black/classic red, designo titian red/macchiato beige and designo titanium grey/black.


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“The AMG badge adds a few extras, starting with the AMG Performance steering wheel in Nappa leather”

Motivation is provided by a twin-turbo, 3.0-liter inline-six engine with an EQ Boost starter-alternator. The latter not only increases fuel economy, but it also boosts engine output. The configuration is not new, having been launched on the CLS four-door coupe in 2017, but it’s the first time it’s being offered on another model. The six-cylinder engine cranks out 435 horsepower and 384 pound-feet of torque, significantly more than the most potent E-Class Coupe version available right now, the E400. The latter delivers “only” 328 horses and 350 pound-feet. The EQ Boost provides an additional 22 horses and 184 pound-feet, taking total output to an impressive 457 horsepower and 568 pound-feet.


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“The EQ Boost provides an additional 22 horses and 184 pound-feet, taking total output to an impressive 457 horsepower and 568 pound-feet.”

A nine-speed AMG Speedshift transmission and 4Matic all-wheel-drive system routes the power to the wheels, enabling the E53 Coupe to hit 62 mph from a standing start in 4.4 seconds, more than a half-second quicker than the E400 4Matic, to go with a top speed of 155 mph. Other features include five Dynamic Select drive modes, independent AMG Ride Control+ suspension, AMG speed-sensitive steering, and compound braking system.

Stick around for a full debut on this car.

References

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet – Quick Drive

Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet

The Florida air finally fell below 70 degrees as November closed out. The crispness isn’t common in these parts, though convertibles are a dime a dozen. Perhaps just as rare as the cool breeze – at least until sales escalate to full-force – is the all-new 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet. This is Mercedes’ newest E-Class drop-top and it closely impersonates the new-for-2017 E-Class sedan. The car looks like a baby S-Class and drives like one, too. It’s also dead quiet inside with its thickly insulated soft top in place. But quiet isn’t fun; I held the switch up as the blue canvas quickly tucked itself away ahead of the trunk. Push another button and wind deflectors behind the rear seats and atop the windshield deploy to keep the wood-trimmed cabin a bit more serene. More buttons heat the leather-trimmed seats and even sends warm air across my neck from the vented headrest Mercedes calls its AirScarf. I welcomed the 55-degree night with open arms, an open top, and blast down the Interstate.

Aside from its exceptionally warm heated seats and lovely AirScarf system, the new E-Class Cabriolet makes an impressive cruiser. Its new chassis is rock-solid and the optional “Air Body Control” suspension are a well-made match. The same is true for the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 and the nine-speed automatic transmission. Smoothness and poise are major themes here. Sadly, I only had a few days with the E400. I could have easily spent the next few years smelling the fragranced HVAC system and cutting through the night with the wind through my hair.

Continue reading for more on the 2018 E400 Cabriolet.

Exterior

  • All new design for 2018
  • Triple-layered Acoustic soft top
  • Available AMG Line styling package
  • Soft-close doors
  • Power-deployable air deflectors

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“The new 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet is, by all accounts, a seductively attractive machine”

The new 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet is, by all accounts, a seductively attractive machine. Especially when coated in the $720 Iridium Silver Metallic paint with the $500 AMG Line 19-inch wheels, the Benz looks as if it’s cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway and Rodeo Drive at the same time – even if it’s sitting still. Sharp creases juxtapose soft lines and rounded arches to compile a beautifully proportioned convertible, making the E400 looks stunning regardless of whether its soft top is retracted or latched tight.

Speaking of the top, my tester came with the blue option. Black, brown, and red are options. A dark blue top might not be a conventional color choice, but combined with the silver paint, the blue hue makes for a great statement piece. Chrome around the windowsills, the grille, and long the E400’s rear help brighten things up.

The E400’s aggressive stance is definitely aided by the $2,500 AMG Line package. Not only does it add those 19-inch wheels available for purchase at $500, it also adds the AMG-style front fascia with larger intakes, the chrome grille inserts, and the more aggressive rear valance with chrome-tipped dual exhaust tips and air diffuser. Without the AMG Line, the E400 looks too soft, in my opinion.


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Exterior Dimensions

Exterior E-Class Cabriolet
Vehicle length (Inches) 190.0
Vehicle width (Inches) 73.2
Vehicle height (Inches) 56.2
Wheelbase (Inches) 113.1
Track width, front (Inches) 63.3
Track width, rear (Inches) 63.5

Interior

  • Styled after the S-Class
  • Available nautical themed interior colors
  • Heated, vented, & massaging front seats
  • AirScarf system blows warm air at neck
  • Twin 12.3-inch displays
  • LED accent lighting with 64 color choices

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“The E400 hardly drives like a boat, but my tester’s exterior and interior color combination sure have a nautical theme”

The E400 hardly drives like a boat, but my tester’s exterior and interior color combination sure have a nautical theme. The interior is draped in Macchiato Beige and Yacht Blue Leather accented by Natural Grain Light Brown Elm Wood trim. And by the names of those color options, it’s clear Mercedes planned the nautical theme.

Blue isn’t exactly the most popular color for automotive interiors, but after sitting in the E400 for 10 seconds, it’s a shame the color combination isn’t seen more. The light beige color of the seats mixes surprisingly well with the Elm Wood trim and chrome accents. Add in the blue, and the three-part theme comes together like a Holy Trinity of seafaring goodness.


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“Mercedes did a fantastic job with comfort, luxury, and convenience features”

As usual, Mercedes did a fantastic job with comfort, luxury, and convenience features. The seats have more power-operated surfaces than the wing of a Boeing 777, while offering three-level heating and ventilation, customizable massaging, and that nifty AirScarf system that direct warm air at the neck. Combined with the intensely warm heated seats, the E400 makes for a great cool-weather cruiser. The only curiously absent feature is a heated steering wheel. It’s a stand-alone option.

Part of the 2018 E-Class Cabriolet’s newness is its longer wheelbase. This directly correlates to more space for rear-seat passengers. Most 2+2 convertibles have barely usable rear seats, but those in the E400 are impressively comfortable. Front seat passengers barely need to scoot forward to accommodate full-size adults. Rear passengers also enjoy their own air vents, heated seats, and window controls.

Of course, the front occupants are treated like royalty. The level of craftsmanship and attention to detail is extremely impressive. The S-Class-like dashboard holds two, 12.3-inch screens – one for the gauge cluster and the other for the Command infotainment system. Both screens allow for customized views of information. Several viewing options are integrated into the gauge cluster with differing layouts for ground and engine speed.


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“The Command infotainment system is controlled via Mercedes’ hand controller on the center console”

The Command infotainment system is controlled via Mercedes’ hand controller on the center console. The rotary dial twists for scrolling, while pushing down confirms selections. Selections can also be made on the trackpad above the dial. The adjacent controls operate the drive modes, the raised suspension setting, camera system, and automatic start/stop defeat. The rotary and mouse-like controls have a small learning curve, but once mastered, they work logically and efficiently.

Mercedes makes opening the convertible top an eventful process. Separate metal buttons just behind the Command controls operate the top, wind deflectors, and one-touch window controls. The deflectors worked amazingly at routing air above the open cabin, regardless of speed, making an open-air ride far more tolerable for those with long hair. And on the topic of controls, Mercedes’ location of the power seat controls is spectacular. Not only is it logical and perfectly in view, the finely crafted controls look like a million bucks and compliment the Burmester speaker grills, along with the other chrome accents, perfectly.


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“The 550-watt system pumps rich, clear sound through nine channels, two digital amplifiers, and 13 speakers placed throughout the cabin”

The speaker grills aren’t the only beautiful thing about the Burmester Surround Sound System. The 550-watt system pumps rich, clear sound through nine channels, two digital amplifiers, and 13 speakers placed throughout the cabin. Even with the top down and running at Interstate speeds, music comes through exceptionally well. Naturally, the Benz has every modern method for music connection. There’s AM, FM, and SiriusXM, along with Bluetooth an AUX input, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Other handy features include wireless phone charging, several USB ports, touch-sensitive steering wheel controls, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and Mercedes’ interesting Magic Vision Control, which involves special wiper blades lined with jets for the windshield wiper fluid to squirt directly ahead of the wipers’ path. This allows windshield cleaning without overspray into the cabin.


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Interior Dimensions

Interior E-Class Cabriolet
Effective rear legroom (Inches) 34.09
Max. front/rear headroom (Inches) 40.70/36.41
Front/rear shoulder room (Inches) 56.06/48.34
Front/rear elbow room (Inches) 58.74/51.49

Drivetrain

  • 3.0-liter biturbo V-6
  • 329 horsepower & 354 pound-feet of torque
  • Nine-speed automatic transmission
  • 4Matic AWD
  • Air Body Control air suspension
  • 0-to-60 mph in 5.3 seconds
  • Top speed governed at 128 mph

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“The 2018 E400 Cabriolet is powered by a 3.0-liter biturbo V-6 making 329 horsepower between 5,250 and 6,000 rpm and 354 pound-feet of torque”

Mercedes only offers one engine and transmission choice with the 2018 E400 Cabriolet. Customers can choose between rear-wheel drive and the 4Matic all-wheel drive, however.
That engine is a 3.0-liter biturbo V-6 making 329 horsepower between 5,250 and 6,000 rpm and 354 pound-feet of torque impressively spanning from 1,600 to 4,000 rpm.

Backing the all-aluminum, direct-injected V-6 is Mercedes’ nine-speed automatic transmission. The gearbox allows for manual control via the paddle shifters. Shifting between park, reverse, neutral, and drive is done via a stalk mounted on the right side of the steering column.


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“The E400 Cabriolet isn’t a lightweight car, tipping the scales at 4,300 pounds with a 55/45 percent weight distribution”

The E400 Cabriolet isn’t a lightweight car, tipping the scales at 4,300 pounds with a 55/45 percent weight distribution, but it needs only 5.3 seconds to hit 60 mph. Opting for rear-wheel drive results in a slightly slower time of 5.5 seconds, according to Mercedes. Top speed is governed at 128 mph.

As a result of its weight, power, and number of drive wheels, the E400 Cabriolet 4Matic is EPA-estimated to get 20 mpg city, 25 mpg highway, and 22 mpg combined. Of course, premium gasoline is required. While the mileage and octane requirements aren’t great, nobody buying an $80,000+ convertible is worried about fuel prices. Conversely, the Benz offers an impressive range of 500 miles thanks to its large tank.

Drivetrain Specifications

Engine 3.0-liter V-6
Horsepower 329 HP @ 5,250-6,000 RPM
Torque 354 LB-FT @ 3,500-5,250 RPM
Transmission 9G- TRONIC nine-speed automatic
Acceleration 0–60 mph 5.3 seconds
Top speed 128 mph
Fuel economy city/highway/combined 20/25/22

Behind The Wheel


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“The E400 feels like a rolling mansion sliding across a sea of puffy clouds that’s floating across the sky of ostentatious overabundance”

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet 4Matic isn’t basic transportation. It also doesn’t feel like “mid-size” coupe, as the EPA says it is. Rather, the E400 feels like a rolling mansion sliding across a sea of puffy clouds that’s floating across the sky of ostentatious overabundance. The richly detailed and comfortable cabin suggest the E400’s price tag is somehow undercharging. That feeling is exponentially increased when the sun goes down. LED interior accent lights allow for a nearly limitless range of color options and several levels of intensity. The in-dash fragrance atomizer pumps your choice of perfumes through the HVAC system from a backlit vile secured in the glove box. Mercedes offers several scents for its Air Balance system, as well.

Drop the top, rise the air deflectors and windows, and the E400 transforms from a quiet and ultra plush coupe to a topless expression of freedom that’s no less luxurious or comfortable. The car’s ambiance is indescribably classy.


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“When it comes down to driving, the E400 feels more like that mansion than a crisp performance machine – and that’s just fine”

When it comes down to driving, the E400 feels more like that mansion than a crisp performance machine – and that’s just fine. The E400 isn’t designed as such. Mercedes-AMG has several options for those wanting lap times over luxury. Still, the E400 isn’t terrible by any means. The chassis is extremely solid, exhibiting zero noticeable body flex with the top down. The steering is properly weighted but is adjustable with the drive modes. The brakes and throttle do exactly what’s expected of them with no delay or hesitation.

Outward visibility is decently good with the top raised, though the side mirrors on somewhat small. Blind spot monitoring helps boost confidence with lane changes. Drop the top and the world opens up, leaving only the windshield structure between you and the outside world.

The 3.0-liter twin-turbo is adequately powerful with no real lack of kick. However, the car doesn’t feel exceptionally potent. Its 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque are just enough. Adding 70 horsepower and 50 pound-feet of torque would do wonders for the E400’s straight-line performance. Then again, this isn’t an AMG.

My tester came equipped with the Air Body Control suspension – an air ride system that adjusts to road conditions in real time. In practice, the system completely eliminated the rumble of a washboard section of road near my house. Very few of my test vehicles are able to do that.


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“Overall, the E400 provides an exceptionally rich driving experience”

Overall, the E400 provides an exceptionally rich driving experience. Its large infotainment screens, brightly colored accent lights, and breadth of seat controls make for a ride I won’t soon forget.

Pricing


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The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet starts at $66,300. For that, you get a rear-drive convertible with the same 3.0-liter V-6 making the same 329 horsepower, but riding on dull-looking 18-inch wheels and with much fewer tech features than found on my loaded-out tester. Even the gauge cluster is analog at this level.

Move to the 4Matic version and the price moves to $68,800. Of course, the optional extras and packages are where the costs start adding up. My tester had over $18,000 worth of options. They ranged from extra-cost paint and larger wheels to the $9,350 Premium 3 Package, which adds most of the extra luxury features. Mercedes also charges $995 for the destination. That’s not a bad deal considering the E400 is built in Germany.

My tester’s grand total came to $87,215.

Competition

2018 BMW 640i xDrive


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The 640i is BMW’s answer to the Mercedes E400. They both compete neck and neck, offering many similar features and luxury items. The BMW, however, is a bit more performance focused, especially with the available M Sport Edition. The 6 Series’ interior isn’t as swanky as the E-Class’ and rear-seat room is a bit less spacious.

BMW also offers two engine choices to match its two driveline choices. The 640i packs a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six with 315 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque. Rear-wheel drive is standard and xDrive all-wheel drive is optional. For those wanting more power, the 650i comes with a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 making 445 horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque. Likewise, it’s available in either sDrive or xDrive. An eight-speed automatic is the sole transmission choice.

Pricing for the 2018 BMW 640i sDrive starts at $86,700 – well above the E400’s starting price. Adding xDrive pushes the price to $89,700. Opting for the V-8 in the 650i sees the sticker rise to $98,300, while the xDrive version goes for 101,300. That’s a big increase over the Mercedes – and that’s before adding any of BMW’s notoriously pricey options.

Read our full review on the 2018 BMW 640i xDrive.

Conclusion


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The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet 4Matic proved to be a jaw-droppingly stunning machine, both day and night. Its nautical themed interior absolutely made the experience for me. Though it’s optional, I’d have to order my E400 that way. The triple-layer acoustic convertible top killed any outside noises and didn’t flap a millimeter regardless of speed. Roughly 18 seconds later, the soft top hides under the rear deck lid while compromising very little trunk space. Power-deployable air deflectors keep the cabin free of turbulent air and allow the full ambiance of the LED light-soaked leather to set a mood of sophistication and opulence.

The E400 Cabriolet is hardly Mercedes’ most luxurious, well-equipped, or expensive convertibles, but you’d never know it by sitting inside. The car is simply in its own league. Ask me what I’d want to drive down the Pacific Coast Highway late at night, and my answer would easily be the E400 Cabriolet.

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    • * Gets expensive quickly
    • * Could use more power/engine options

References

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