Mercedes-Benz launched the the
all new E-Class All-Terrain. The All-Terrain comes equipped with a
four-cylinder diesel engine that generates 194 hp of power. Its All-Terrain
transmission mode is inspired from the Mercedes-Benz GLE range which offers
off-road drive settings. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain is priced at Rs
75 lakh, ex-showroom, all India
The comfortable AIRBODY
Control suspension configuration and the large wheels with higher sidewalls
increase ride comfort on rough roads. This first-of-its-kind vehicle from
Mercedes-Benz was launched by Roland Folger, MD and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India.
The 4MATIC all-wheel drive
E-Class All-Terrain has unique features like increased ground clearance due to
the Air Body Control multi-chamber air suspension. It is the most flexible
all-rounder designed especially for unpaved roads making it the ultimate choice
for a family car. The new model boasts all the intelligent load compartment
solutions such as the rear seat cargo position. All E-Class innovations
relating to safety, comfort and convenience are available in the all new
Technical specifications of
the Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain
E-Class All-Terrain E 220 d
In-line / 4
400 Nm at 1600 – 2800 rpm
Acceleration (0 to 100kmph)
The E 220 d 4MATIC All-Terrain
features the newly developed OM 654 four-cylinder BS VI compliant diesel engine
and 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission. It heads off the beaten track with the
standard Dynamic Select along with All-Terrain transmission modes. The ground
clearance can be increased by 35 mm.
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