Mercedes-Benz E55 alternatives
Latest model: Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG 2000
The Mercedes-Benz W210 is a mid-size luxury vehicle / executive vehicle manufactured by the German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz from 1996 via 2002. They were sold under the E-class model names in both sedan and station wagon body types. The W210 signified the entrance of Mercedes Benz into a new era in which they were to appeal to a younger sphere segment. The E320 W210 rapidly became the model to sell the most units in MB production.
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This was the first time a V6 motor was provided (1998) to replace the straight-6 customization (1996-1997). This new Mercedes-Benz M112 motor manufactured 221 hp (164 Kw) and 229 ft·lbf (310 N·m) of torque and provided a 0-60 mph (98 km/h) of 6. 9 seconds. Other offerings were the E420 (1997), E430 (1998-2002), and Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG (1999-2002) with 354 hp (264 Kw) and a 5. 4 L normally aspirated motor. In North America, the range also features two E300 diesel motor models, including both non-turbocharged (1996-1997) and turbocharged (1998-1999) 3. 0litre straight-6 units. In 2000, Mercedes-Benz discontinued diesel powerplants in the E-class in North America. In Europe, the diesel engines were superseded by more advanced Common Rail (CDI) units (2000-2002). The CDI engines were not provided in North America until the E320 CDI in the newer W211 model.
+ E 320 (I-6 M104, 3. 199 cm³ 3. 2L, 162 Kw/220 hp) 1995-1997 + E 320 (V-6 M112, 3. 199 cm³ 3. 2L, 165 Kw/224 hp) 1997-2002 + E 420 (V-8 M119, 4. 196 cm³ 4. 2L, 205 Kw/279 hp) 1996-1998 + E 430 (V-8 M113, 4. 266 cm³ 4. 3L, 205 Kw/279 hp) 1998-2002 + E 55 AMG (V-8 M113, 5. 439 cm³ 5. 4L, 260 Kw/354 hp) 1998-2002.