All in all, its a good car.
Look and Style: It's a good balance between being an executive sedan and a slightly sporty car. The bold cuts, the split headlights, both give a feeling of boldness precesion rather than the old curvy look which wasn't half bad either. The car does have some presence on the road Comfort: It's a merc, and feels like it from the inside. The COMAND system is very convenient and the best part is all you need is one controller to operate the whole system. The seat memory also stores the steering wheel and the mirror settings of 3 drivers. The legroom in the back seats is better than its other two competitors. At night, the ambience in the car is beautiful and very relaxing. Pickup: As I mentioned earlier, the E class maintains a good balance between being luxurious and being sporty. In the economy mode itself, we were able to reach about 140 with ease and it felt like its was constant accelleration, and we wondered if the sport mode will even make much difference. But, we were surprised to the change in the car's performance. We crossed 170 with no problem and touched 210 after a few more seconds. The car didn't lose grip on a few turns we thought it would. Mileage: This is the only drawback of the car, especially because I drove the petrol. It barely gave us an average of 9 while driving normally on the highway without a lot of traffic, and of less than 5 while ripping it. Best Features: COMAND system, ambiance, grip, sport mode. Needs to improve: Milage Overall Experience: It was an awesome car to drive but, if you have to drive it in a city like Mumbai everyday, be sure to buy a gas station first.
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