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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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.
Tweet MotorTrend.com Youtube video. Looks like: Another “cool” looking off-road vehicle for urbanites. Driver sits too low to see front corners. No roll protection. Looks too hard to get in and out of, etc. Probably not for serious off-roaders. Jeep gets points for promoting hybrid technology. From the official Jeep site: Use Less Fuel … [...]
Tweet Based on information available on the official smartusa.com site, U.S. markets won’t get a diesel version yet for 2009 model year. I’m a little disappointed. It’s one of the reasons I’m holding out from buying a first U.S. smart model. I was so looking forward to a smart powered by Mercedes’ Bluetec technology. According to [...]