2013 Mercedes E-Class

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The 2013 Mercedes E-Class has undergone the most extensive face-lift the company has ever conducted on any of its cars.

The new look is instantly apparent, with curvaceous one-piece headlamps replacing the angular two-part units on the outgoing car. The front bumper and bonnet have also been revised, and all models now wear Mercedes' three-pointed star on the grille gone is the bonnet-mounted 'gunsight' emblem.

The changes under the skin include tweaked suspension settings and a range of new or revised engines; all of which are more efficient than the ones they replace.

The trim structure has also been simplified. There's now a choice of just two trims SE and AMG Sport although the range of options available on both has been broadened.

Whats the 2013 Mercedes E-Class like to drive? The 175bhp 220 CDI. has a strong performance and fairly low CO2 emissions of 133g/km. The engine pulls strongly and smoothly and doesn't suffer from any of the uneven, boosty power delivery that characteristic of some diesels. However, refinement is impressive as you might hope The 220 is the pick of the range for refinement and driver reward. It's available only in range-topping SE & AMG Sport trim, and is a joy to drive.. As before, the E-Class is available with optional air suspension, but comes on steel springs as standard.

Mercedes has now updated these settings, dropping the super-soft suspension altogether, so entry-level SE cars now come with an ever-so slightly softer version of the Avantgarde suspension.

The E220 CDI cars came on, and it copes well with undulations and eroded surfaces. There's a 'sport' and a 'comfort' setting, and in the latter the Merc's hefty bulk is kept neatly controlled while cornering.

Whats the 2013 Mercedes E-Class like inside?
At first glance, not a lot has changed inside. The dashboard still has the array of sophisticated layout and those old Mercedes quirks such as having the indicators and wipers controlled by a single stalk remain.

There have been some improvements, though. The top of the dashboard gets a new artificial leather covering, which gives the otherwise rather ordinary cabin a lift. The front seats now have full electric adjustment as standard, too, which makes it easier to find the ideal driving position.

The cabin dimensions haven't changed, so there's still generous space for four tall adults, and a large boot.

You do get more kit for your money, though. The infotainment system now features a DAB radio, satellite-navigation, voice control and a 10GB hard drive as standard. The car's standard safety equipment has been enhanced, and there's a wide range of new or improved safety systems on offer as options.

The E220 CDI is efficient, with an average of 58.9mpg and a CO2 output of 133g/km, though with an automatic fitted.

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