The only comes as a five-door Sportback, while other models like the , and are really rivals to the C-Class Coupe. For us, the Mercedes E-Class Coupe is one of the best-looking large coupes in recent years. This is a two-door four-seater in the most traditional sense, with the purposeful proportions and languid character of the finest Merc coupes of old. The E-Class Coupe comes with a mixture of petrol and diesel engines. The long, curved roofline, large bonnet and dramatic front-end give it a very classy look. The E-Class Coupe is the luxury two-door variant of the saloon. The former consists of three options; the 2.
Yep, no skidding antics here. The E400 coupe is not at its best being driven hard, but when treated less aggressively it feels strident and robust. The shift response of the nine-speed, even in Sport mode, is more silken than snappy. It would even be reasonably comfortable for adults on long journeys, so really the only barrier is the fact that there are only two large doors to get in and out of. And the visibility of a post box.
A Lover, Not a Fighter Unlike its two-door brand brethren and the E-class sedan, the E coupe is offered in only one potency—badged E400—with a twin-turbocharged 3. . After that, prices drop to £140. Warranty The warranty you get with the Mercedes E-Class Coupe is an industry standard three years, but there's no cap on mileage. This is also offered as an option on the E 220 d. Reliability was another area for concern, along with high running costs. Combined with the 340hp V6, the E 400 d manages 0-62mph in 5.
It slots into the extensive Mercedes range between the smaller and luxury. But it's powerful enough, while combined economy of 56. Size The E-Class Coupe is 4. The result is a delicate greenhouse set atop a substantial yet clean lower body, an artful balance of visual strength and lightness that only a windswept two-door like this could pull off. All cars bar the E 220 d which manages 150mph are electronically limited to 155mph. Owners praised their cars for acceleration, but said that refinement could be better.
Unfortunately, our car was trimmed with the same stuff found in , which attempts to simultaneously evoke both metal and carbon fiber with little success at either. Image 2 of 18 Overall, the E-Class Coupe is a handsome looking car. Those numbers are reasonable, though, and the E-Class performs slightly better than the smaller C-Class Coupe in this regard. In addition, Mercedes also offers 30 years of warranty cover against corrosion caused from within the car's structure. Just make sure your parallel parking is up to scratch. Whereas can feel snug, this new W213 coupe—with its extra width, thin roof pillars, and vast expanses of glass—has a definite sense of spaciousness, even when considered alongside the S-class coupe. The high bonnet means you might find it hard to see exactly where the front of the car is, and that roofline means rear view is a little worse than the saloon.
Insurance groups Insurance group ratings for the E-Class Coupe range from 36 to 44, depending on which engine you go for. Mercedes also offers a Night Package that ads gloss black trim and bigger wheels for extra cost. There's no avoiding the fact it feels like a really big car, however. Considering the E-Class Coupe's relaxed nature, we'd go for the E 220 d over the faster model - it's just as quick everyday, and is more economical, too. The black and white front seats in our car, however, looked good and felt even better, incorporating optional massage elements along with adjustable lumbar support and headrests, cooling fans, and heating. Compared with the E-class sedan, it is 1. The four-cylinder unit makes 194hp and gives the E-Class a 0-62mph time of 6.
For even deeper coverage of the E-class Coupe and Cabriolet, view Class-E As we stated when Mercedes-Benz unveiled the new E coupe, the car is considerably larger than. A 20th place finish for Mercedes in our 2018 satisfaction is pretty disappointing, especially as Jaguar and Audi both finished ahead of it. Among them are traditional luxury-coupe buyers, a small but influential group that has proved valuable to Benz for decades. All of them come with a nine-speed automatic gearbox and all but the E300 can be optioned with four-wheel drive. With no fewer than 13 distinct Mercedes-Benz model lines in the U. The new W213-generation E-class platform has grown 4.
The E400 could use more steering feel, but what it lacks in engagement, it makes up in precision. Another big draw is Mercedes' 30-year Europe-wide roadside assistance package, although there are terms and conditions attached to this for a model to qualify. Other new elements have added substance back in, including the broad and rather shovel-like front apron; the long, straked hood; and the supersleek windshield that visually connects with the standard panoramic sunroof. From a distance it looks a bit similar to the C-Class Coupe, but the car's larger dimensions and three-piece side glass are obvious on closer inspection. It sticks to a single lane and can even help you steer, but it's not an autonomous system because you need to keep your hands on the wheel at all times to use it. Image 9 of 18 It's much more economical than the six-cylinder E 400 d, although this engine's claimed economy of 47. Unsurprisingly that's similar to the group ratings for the E-Class saloon.