2014 Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTEC First Drive Review


( ) The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-250 BlueTEC is a surprising car. Not because it is powered by a diesel engine, Mercedes-Benz has been building and selling diesel powered cars since 1936 but because the 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-250 BlueTEC is powered by a 2.1L twin turbo charged inline 4 cylinder diesel engine. That’s a pretty small engine for such a big automobile. So how does the new 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-250 BlueTEC drive? In another fun and informative TFLcar first drive review Roman travels to Portland, Oregon to test drive the newest diesel car from Stuttgart.

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  1. I always find it interesting that people complain about back seats being small. Is your son really 6 feet tall lmao..

  2. I like those W212 but one thing I wonder. How majority of them don't have Xenon or LED lights like with BMW 5 series is standart.

  3. please keep letting everyone know the performance driving experience with all cars. the car guy with you on this car, was such a bore. I like driving dynamics so keep up the good work. Handling is key with safe driving, so knowing how it responds is valuable information.

  4. MB should have dropped the e400 and made this e250 in a hybrid, to eliminate the urea that nobody talks about or the lack of spare.

  5. LOVED the review….. The tech, the mechanics, the design…. Test driving one and considering purchase. Thanks guys!

  6. The E Class is my favorite car. I love the current W212 Facelift. It's modern, bold, yet really modest looking. I agree the interior is a little dated, though I actually like it to an extent. 
    Seeing as this, being the E250, is the entry level model, there are going to be some things that are more attractive in the more pricier areas.

    Of course, the E350 is the standard model with a 3.5 V6, while the E400, which replaced the E550 (due to low sales), has a twin turbo 3.0 V6.

    Then you have your E63 AMG S Model.

    Mercedes is planning on unveiling the W213 E Class, perhaps by the end of this year, and then debuting it early next year, in which it would go on sale as a 2017 model. We'll see the return of Inline 6 engines, and the E63 will swap the 5.5 V8 for the new 4.0 V8, which is currently being used in the AMG GT and W205 C63.

  7. The front is very aggressive & modern, but they kept the back looking like an old version of a Hyundai Azera – milquetoast and low-rent. There's no design continuity. Merc is clearly lost on the design on the E-Class which is why they changed the face so early on in the first place.

  8. I would like reviewers to stop measuring everything in terms of sportiness and driver feedback. Do it when it's relevant on a car with sporty pretensions, not on a diesel Mercedes.

  9. no double taxing. corporate taxes are based on income AFTER expenses, and payroll is an expense. so the owner pays tax on the salary he takes, and on the remaining profit AFTER he's removed the salary. you only really pay a "double tax" when you use the take-home money to buy stuff – then you pay the sales tax. so that's sort of a stacking of taxes. but corporate & payroll taxes are NOT doubled.

  10. uh, "write off" doesn't mean it's free. you just don't pay tax on that portion, but you still gotta pay to buy it and repair it.

  11. 64k includes a tax shield for the owners. Businesses and rich people will buy this because they can write the car off as a business expense and reduce their taxes. Their real cost is 35-40k because rest of the money would have gone to IRS. People with jobs will buy this used for 25-35k after two years. Maintenance cost is also written off as a business expense. Most companies will buy a service contract and write off the whole thing.

  12. You obviously have no idea what you're talking about. The fenders, rear lights, headlights, bumpers, roof and all pillars were modified. Then there's all the engineering, with even a 4 wheel drive version.

  13. 6'2" in the drivers seat and 6'2" in the back seat? What are the chances? If you judge the E-Class by the legroom in the back while looking to buy one, I suggest you jump right to the S-Class Long Version, BMW 7 Series or Audi A8 L…

  14. Here's to hoping the w212 can echo back to the greatly engineered w124 days. It puts a smile on my face whenever I hop in and drive my '95 e320.


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