Don’t get drooled over that new E-Class wasn’t having a diesel engine in India. Instead, mid-size sedan of Mercedes was deployed with a 2.1-litre diesel engine tagged under the badge of E250 CDi. Tapping the demand of a more aggressive powerplant than the existing, company rolled-out twin-turbocharged V6 diesel of 3.0-litre under the E350 badge for Rs 57.42 lakh ex-showroom Pune.
The power delivery is enchanted in terms of 266PS and ground-breaking 620Nm of torque. This V6 diesel will be mated to a seven-speed dual clutch (7G-TRONIC Plus) automatic transmission. Despite the deployment BlueTEC machine is good enough for reaching 0-100km/h in 6.6 seconds and wheeling a top-speed of 250km/h.
To the cosmetic appeal, E63AMG has lent some cues to it for denoting the V6 underneath the hoods. Inside the cabin, newness are flaunt with intelligent light system, 360-degree camera, Harman Kardon surround system worth of 610 watts disseminated by 14 speakers, attention assist, active park assist, Command Online with voice control, and 17-inch multi-spoke alloys for exteriors.
Alongside, the petrol version sold here are commensurate to perform the sales by aid of 2.0-litre engine in base model (E200), and the flagship E63 AMG by 5.5-litre V8.
Hence, now all the lines of Mercedes E-Class in India looks completely satiable, whether it is of petrol or diesel none of them are disappointed either.