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2010 Mercedes Benz E-Class Coupe

by Isaiah on February 17, 2009

2010 Mercedes Benz E-Class Coupe

The all-new 2010 Mercedes Benz E-Class Coupe will soon make its world debut at the upcoming 2009 Geneva Motor Show. The range of engines available for the new E-Class Coupe comprises four, six and eight-cylinder units. The four-cylinder engines are newly developed direct-injection units, which develop a higher output and torque than the comparable V6-engines of the preceding series despite a smaller displacement. Kicking off the lineup is the E250 CDI four-cylinder diesel, which has an output of 200hp (150kW) and 369lb-ft (500Nm) of torque. It is the most fuel-efficient engine in the lineup and is rated at 44mpg (5.3L/100km). This is joined by a 200hp (150kW) four-petrol with 229lb-ft (310Nm) of torque. Moving up the ladder is the E350 CDI, which sports a 228hp (170kW) and 398lb-ft (540Nm) V6 diesel, and a E350 CGI petrol V6 with 288hp (215kW) and 270lb-ft (365Nm) of torque. Finally, there is the E500/550 flagship with a 5.5L petrol V8 churning out 382hp (285kW) and 390lb-ft (530Nm) of torque. Pricing and availability details to be revealed following the car’s debut. [MotorAuthority]