The 2019 Mercedes-Benz E250D came in the following variants
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There’s so much to like about Mercedes-Benz’s new E250 coupe and sedan, that the German auto-maker has even extended the format to a wagon and cabriolet body. Now with all those options at your consideration, you may already be convinced, but just wait, because the E250D is a dedicated diesel variant that rounds out the series perfectly. Both incorporate a slick seven-speed automatic gearbox that is fluid and offers plenty of dynamism through the changes. The 4-cylinder turbocharged CDI (diesel) models come with greater fuel efficiency, albeit the auto stop-start engines in each model pack plenty of punch and won’t leave you behind. The stately, elegant and urbane look of the exterior is matched inside the cabin with a luxurious and cultivating appearance, not to mention broad space and user friendliness sitting behind the wheel. Some of the standout specifications include adaptive damping control, blind-spot monitoring, cross traffic recognition, AEB, keyless operation, lane-keeping assistance, traffic sign recognition and more. Cut from the traditional Mercedes-Benz mould where precision, reliability and performance are paramount, the E250 and E250D are an executive duo that even the most humble of workers can call their own.
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The Mercedes-Benz E250D has been discontinued, with the last model produced in 2019 and final units sold later that year and across 2020. As an alternative, the E300 starts at $117,900 before on-road costs, with the top-spec variant priced at $130,900 plus on-road costs. Another option for buyers looking at the E-Class range sees the E200 retail between $96,900 and $103,576, before the addition of other costs like stamp duty, dealer delivery charges, and registration.
Mercedes-Benz offered the E250 in both diesel and petrol-powered versions, which meant greater choice for new car buyers. Now that the E250 is no longer sold new, you're more likely to find a petrol model in the second-hand market, although both versions offered what is still an impressive level of fuel economy and efficiency. The E250D is the diesel variant, while the E250 refers to the petrol-powered variants.
The last version of the Mercedes-Benz E250D weighed in at a grand total of 1685 kilograms, which was still relatively modest for a car that had ample power and brisk acceleration. In terms of other measurements, the E250D was 1.43 metres tall, 1.86 metres wide, and just over 4.93 metres long. You can see with these measurements why the E250D was, and still very much is a comfortable ride and phenomenal car to own.
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