Plenty of improvements coming to the 2013 Mercedes E-Class

JonathanDecember 14, 2012

The 2013 Mercedes E-Class vehicle has been unveiled to the world, packing a reworked exterior design, better engine choices and a raft of handy pieces of technology.
One of the first things that fans of the luxury German car maker’s E-Class range will notice is how the new car’s front has been given a dramatic makeover.

In fact, the quad headlight style that has become a trademark feature of the E-Class family is being replaced by one-piece clusters complete with LED elements.
Drivers may find little to separate the style of the 2013 E-Class’ bumpers, bonnet and rear lights from previous models though, but Mercedes has opted to neglect the heavy-handed rear-arch surfacing in favour of more sweeping flank lines for the new vehicle.
Pop under the 2013 Mercedes E-Class’ bonnet and drivers will find a variety of petrol, diesel and hybrid powertrains – depending on their chosen preference.
The petrol engines come in a direct-injection 2.0-litre four-cylinder design and are capable of producing between 187 and 214bhp. Meanwhile, diesel E-classes will be designed as a choice of three four-cylinder units and a powerful 256bhp/457lb ft E350 V6 motor.
When it comes to the technological treats of the all-new Mercedes E-Class, drivers will be assured that they are safe on the road with the assistance of Distronic Plus cruise control. This system makes use of various cameras to always ensure that the car stays within a lane on the road.
Active High Beam Assist also eliminates the need for motorists to turn off their car’s high beam function, as it masks parts of the light path that lead into the view of other road users.
The 2013 Mercedes E-Class launches across the UK next spring, though it could be wise to take up a great car leasing offer on the Mercedes-Benz E Class Diesel E220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY SE four-door Diesel Saloon in the meantime.
Paying just £264.99 per month gifts drivers with a stylish vehicle that goes from 0-62mph in an impressive 8.8 seconds, returns 48.7mpg on a combined cycle and limits CO2 emissions to just 154g/km.

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