The new 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class lineup has arrived! Now at Tynan Mercedes-Benz Miranda
Offering a fresh new design:
Mercedes–Benz has introduced a mid-life update of the E-class lineup for 2021, available now at Tynan Motors! The changes apply to the sedan as well as the coupe and cabriolet models. Re-equiped to include revised front and rear styling, an all-new steering-wheel design, the latest MBUX infotainment system, and enhanced driver-assistance technology.
What’s the interior refurbishment like?
Open the door and the 2021 E-Class sports a new MBUX infotainment display with a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, which can be managed via voice command, steering wheel-mounted swipe-and-tap, or with a touch-pad mounted between the two front occupants.
The MBUX system can be selected with Interior Assistance (standard on E 63 S, not available on convertible models), which can alternate the infotainment display/highlight buttons when a passenger reaches for the screen, and can turn on a map light when a hand reaches for the mirror.
The range starts with the E 200, powered by a 2.0-litre turbo petrol four-cylinder producing 145kW/320Nm. A nine-speed torque-converter automatic transmission sends power to the rear wheels. Designed for action.
The E 200 receives, as standard, active parking assist with 360-degree cameras, smartphone integration, wireless smartphone charging capability and heated electric seats with memory and trimmed in Artico synthetic leather, or genuine leather for the E 200 Coupé.
The E 200 also integrates Agility Control suspension, rear tinted windows, keyless entry and start, hands-free boot, and LED headlights with adaptive high-beam assist. The E 300 uses the same power cylinder as the E 200, but gets a power bump to 190kW/370Nm, and gains air suspension, metallic paint, upgraded brakes, speed-sensitive steering, and a bimodal performance exhaust are as standard.
All E-Class variants get the AMG Line visual package as standard, which offers a sportier exterior and 19-inch AMG wheels on the E 200 and E 300e. Those opting for the E 300 get 20-inch AMG wheels.
Those opting for the plug-in hybrid E 300e also get the 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine, but adapted to an electric motor offering a total of 235kW/700Nm. Fuel consumption is claimed as 2.2 litres per 100 kilometres (ADR test), and the system can be charged using a Type 2 connector to provide 50 kilometres of electric-only range (ADR test).
The Mercedes-AMG E 53 4Matic+ offers a 3.0-litre mild-hybrid turbo petrol six-cylinder with a total of 320kW/520Nm, coupled to a nine-speed torque-converter automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
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Accessed – 09/11/20
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