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Review : Mercedes-Benz CLASS E 300 BLUETEC HYBRID

With respect to the E 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY, to date the most efficient of the Mercedes E-Class, this means a saving of 2 liters per 100 kilometers and emissions lower 20 grams per kilometer.

The hybrid system, which will make the E 300 BlueTEC HYBRID in clean and efficient vehicle in its class, with start / stop, regeneration of braking energy and the possibility of driving 100% electric power when demand and load batteries allow. A point in favor of the new E-Class hybrid is that thanks to the use of a very compact, lithium-ion batteries, habitability is not lost or boot capacity, keeping the same space as the other versions of the range.

The Mercedes E 400 Hybrid gasoline launch next year in the U.S. market, and quite possibly could be sold also in Japan and China, but so far not been reported marketing plans for Europe. That if we will see soon on our roads is the E 300 Bluetec Hybrid diesel , available in both familiar and sedan body, which will arrive in showrooms next year.

This model combines the already efficient 4-cylinder diesel engine and 204 hp of the brand with the star, with a 20 kW electric motor . The diesel engine is the same as riding the E 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY, with the saloon and get a tight mixed-cycle fuel consumption of 6.2 liters per 100 kilometers and emissions of 129 grams of CO2.

Adding the power of diesel engine and electric 204 hp and 27 hp, and torque delivery of 500 Nm and 250 Nm, we have a total power output figure of 231 hp combined with a staggering maximum torque of 750 Nm . However, consumption is reduced to levels not seen in a vehicle in this class and power, standardizing only 4.2 l/100 km and about 109 grams of emissions of CO2/km in the combined cycle.
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