mercedes c220 cdi manual gearbox

You can fit plenty in the C-Class?
Our verdict on the Mercedes-Benz C-Class C220 CDI SE saloon.All in all this C-Class is a welcome leap forward and closer to an E-Class than its predecessor.The promised low running costs and greater choice of intelligent safety kit are also welcome.Mercedes-Benz E250 CDI specifications, engine:.1-litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged diesel Power: 150 kW @ 3 800 rpm Torque: Nm @ 1 600 rpm Transmission: seven-speed automatic Wheels: inch 0-100 km/h: .5 seconds (claimed) Fuel economy: .2l/100km (claimed combined cycle).Sophisticated ride, polished engine range, gripes, when driving it can feel slightly remote at times.Luxury, refinement and classiness are words used to describe the E-Class.Speaking of fuel economy, the E250 CDI is claimed to sip.2L/100km on the combined cycle.It goes without saying that dark exterior colours work best.It is quite refined as long as you don't drive it in any other manner than gently.
Also consider: Jaguar XF, bMW 5-Series, audi A6, mercedes-Benz E250 CDI photo gallery.
Car security, car safety, likes, reassuring standard safety package, strongly resembles benchmark E-Class.
Mercedes-Benz E250 CDI ride game i am alive and refinement, i was happy with the way the E250 CDI drove.Our test car was jam-packed with optional extras.Crowded market ensures tough competition, recent years have seen Mercedes' C-Class matched, by the BMW 3 Series and Audi.First car appeal, while youngsters may appreciate the aspirational qualities of the brand, their interest is unlikely to stretch into a genuine buying decision thanks to the car's 'grown-up' asking price and running costs.They're also cleaner but not at the expense of performance.Improved switchgear and new central display screen.Mercedes-Benz E250 CDI safety, safety is where the Mercedes-Benz E250 CDI shines.The park brake is located by your left calf muscle, while the gear selector has been moved to the right-hand side of the steering wheel.Thanks to a twin turbocharger setup, where the smaller turbine boosts quickly at low revs and the larger turbo increases power at high revs, the E250 offers respectable performance while still keeping fuel economy at a respectable rate.