2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review


2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review

Mercedes-Benz expands the E-Class range with the addition of new sophisticated safety features, new engines, and new wagon, coupe and cabriolet models. More powerful AMG E63 S will be available in sedan and wagon body styles.

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review


Vehicle Summary

Price, the E-Class is positioned above the CLA-Class entry level and the smaller C class but under the CLS and the more expensive S-Class flagship. E-Class is available in several body styles supported by a variety of turbocharged engines.


2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Overview


The E300 base (rear-wheel-drive) and E300 4Matic (all-wheel-drive) are powered by a 241 hp, 273-lb-ft 2.0-liter thoracic I-4 torque engine. The 329 hp, 354-lb-ft 3.0-liter-ft powered V-6 engine powered the E46 / E400 4Matic Cabriolet, E400 4Matic Wagon, and the E400 4Matic Coupe. The AM43 E43 sedan (4Matic) uses a brighter twin-turbo V-6 3.0-liter version tuned to produce 396 hp and 384 lb-ft. The AMG-hand twin-turbo V-8 engine produces 4.03 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque and comes with a Mercedes-AMG E63 S Sedan and Wagon (both with 4Matic all-wheel drive). All engines are paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission; The E63 AMG model uses a Speed-speed Speedbift AMG unit with high speed.

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review

The 2018 and Cabriolet E-Class Coupe comes with an impressive 12.3-inch screen resolution with navigation, ambient lighting with 64 colors to choose from, Dynamic Select driving mode, panoramic roof on the coupe, and adjustable power front with lumbar Adjustment and Memory. Available features include 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster (in addition to Comand 12.3-inch screen), Body Control air suspension, head-up display, wireless charging, and multi-contour seats with four different massage functions.

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review

The sleek and powerful AMG E63 S Wagon wheels include many high-performance features such as AMG Dynamic Select drive modes, AMG suspension with full multi-room air suspension with three different damping modes, electronically controlled differential limited slip differential, special Setting the system all -wheel-drive, dynamic mountain machine, and AMG Ceramic Composite braking system available for maximum stopping power. The E63 S sedan comes with the above features, but also adds a new AMG Track Pace app for iPhone users that complements the Racetimer feature. Owners can use the app to analyze vehicle data and improve track times, share the results with other drivers via Facebook, Vimeo, or YouTube, and can connect to GoPro cameras.

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2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Safety


E-Class offers some of the latest active safety features currently on the market. The Side Pre-Safe Impulse Side feature quickly increases the front or passenger side push, moving the 2.75-inch passenger from the impact zone once the system detects side collisions. When Standard Default Sound detects an accident, the system will emit a brief interruption signal if a collision is detected, triggering a protective reflex in the ear helps reduce hearing loss. The Distronic Pilot range can follow the vehicle at a pre-selected distance of up to 130 mph while the Steering Pilot helps the driver stay in the center of the lane with a slight adjustment of the steering wheel.

Evolution Steering Assist will assist the driver in evasive maneuvers by adding calculated steering torque and Cross-Traffic feature on Active Brake Assist system can detect cross traffic and automatically corrected if necessary. Active Lane Change Assist will automatically change the driver path if it is clear. Standard Car-to-X Communication features can communicate with other Mercedes-Benz vehicles equipped with the same features and help drivers avoid any future road hazards that they can not see yet such as traffic accidents.

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Review


What do we think !


In the First Trial review, we liked the AMG E63 S 603 hp and all-wheel-drive and said that the drive was “terrible.” “Over the past year, I’ve been traveling around Los Angeles at Dodge Hellcat: 707 horsepower, 650 lb-ft, 4,530 pound torque, and eight-speed automatic transmission, E63 feels as though I can break the Hellcat in half.”
However, this large and fast sedan is not a track car because the E63 tends to understeer in tight corners. AMG prefers to conquer the straight path. “Time will tell, but until then, rest comfortably knowing that the new E63 did nothing to tarnish the legend of the two great sedans that existed before or the AMG itself.

In comparison the 2.0-liter luxury turbo-four sedan, Sport E300 2017 drove in front of Cadillac CT6 2017 but behind AWG Inscription Volvo S90 T6. “Although the Mercedes E300 makes a good case for itself behind the wheel, tight back seat packages and inconsistent self-driving suites combined with the highest sticker price of $ 70,025 being exiled to second place.”

In a review of the First Drive 2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 4Matic Wagon, we feel the E400 is a great wagon until you switch the mode, “Speaking of modes, switch between the Eco, Comfort, Sport and Sport + settings available for powertrain, suspension And steering indicate weakness The only E400 4Matic: The endless calibration of the weight of the wheel and the transmission shift feels.Although, overall we still enjoy the Mercedes-Benz wagon and say, “With so many ways, this is a worthy successor to the legendary W123 and W124 trains ; A durable, high-quality, highly qualified car that is a stealth icon of the 70s and 80s. And although some gigabytes may separate it from greatness – steering and transmission niggles are easy software repairs – this is still the best cart in the world.