Mercedes-Benz is expected to bring out the E 300 BlueTEC Hybrid for 2010 with anticipated 46 mpg performance and a respectable low emission of 134 grams per km of carbon dioxide CO2.
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Mercedes-Benz is launching the E-Class Estate (or “wagon” for those speaking “American”). Like the Sedan and Coupé, the Estate combines unique design with leadership in safety, comfort, quality and practicality, plus a wide range of diesel and gasoline engine options to achieve high mileage performance.
Mercedes-Benz is adding to the engine line-up for the new E-Class by introducing two economical four-cylinder models. The E 200 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY developing 100 kW/136 hp achieves 45 miles per gallon (mpg) or 5.2 liters of diesel per 100 kilometers, while the new E 200 CGI BlueEFFICIENCY has an output of 135 kW/184 hp and consumes 33 mpg or 7.2 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers.
The Mercedes-Benz SLS is not for everyone, but it never fails to turn heads. Add the AMG badge and you know it’s built for performance. Now MB is giving it full electric drive. Powerful and locally emission-free.
Euro 6 emission standards set for implementation in 2015 will produce interesting clean cars, including hybrids, coming out of Germany. With quality, performance and reputation on the line, top German car brands such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Porsche, Daimler AG, and VW will come to market with full force in due time. The bottom line: the German hybrids will certainly be worth the wait.
The national fuel economy standards aim to raise fuel-economy standards to an industry average of 35.5 miles per gallon in 2016, an increase of more than eight miles per gallon per vehicle. The typical driver would save about $2,800 by getting better gas mileage.
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Only the Affluent Can Afford Electric Cars Today, and One in Five Would Buy Car from Apple – Yes That Apple (AAPL)By Cuong Huynh • Jan 30th, 2009 • Category: Clean Car Talk Posts, Mercedes-benz
Today only affluent buyers can afford to buy new all-electric cars like the Tesla Roadster. And when you have Swatch and Daimler-Benz teamed up to make the smart fortwo, it may not be too improbable we’ll get an Apple car someday.
While it looks like Mercedes-Benz will leave the 2009 E-Class sedans unchanged, the arrival of the E-320 BlueTEC diesel is exciting. For the 2010 version, only more refinements are expected.