I use the highest quality synthetic oil and change it regularly. The E550 adds the previously mentioned electronic suspension, special wheels, and matching tires. The 2010 E-class coupe goes on sale this summer in two forms: the V-6-powered E350 and the V-8 E550. The E550s are powered by a 5. Both the E350 and E550 sedans are available with Sport packages that add 18-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, sport steering wheel and different interior trim. Safety The E-Class comes standard with antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, front side airbags, front pelvic airbags, side curtain airbags and a driver knee airbag.
The sedan's Driver Assistance package adds a blind-spot warning system, adaptive cruise control and a lane-departure warning system. Mercedes e-550 review by David Vener on Sep 10, 2018 Vehicle: 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E550 2dr Coupe 5. Anything that can seat five people in comfort and go from zero to 60 mph in 4. I'm considering a newer vehicle. And not by a little, either. In other words, people will buy it because of the way it looks. The two E coupes share their steering gear—a rack-and-pinion layout that has an overall ratio of 14.
The seven-speed automatic is smooth in normal driving, but can be slow to react and clumsy in manic driving. The seven-speed auto is again standard. Enough about the performance, though - the real draw of this car has to be its looks. But tall ppl have plenty of room in the front. Mercedes says it chose this new system instead of Airmatic because it provides a more sporty driving experience. Tires howl, the steering turns lifeless in marked contrast to the E sedan's , stability lights flash in minor slides, and the seatbelts bear-hug you when the system's convinced of imminent doom. As they say nothing but the best.
On the preventive side of the safety equation, Distronic Plus prepares the car for impact by using the brakes to reduce impact speeds, and therefore reduce impact forces. The performance and amenities definitely Mercedes-Benz. Taking your luggage along is a snap, too, with ample trunk space for its form factor. Not because of any deficits- but because I'd like to take advantage of technology advances. It has enough power to pass ppl on the highway easily. Two adults can cruise with ease in the E-Class Coupe, but trying to wedge four people into the car will mean hard times ahead - literally. But those concerns seem unfounded in the new E-Class.
Indeed, the quicker steering helps to make the E coupe feel lighter and smaller than the sedan-but then again, it actually is smaller and lighter than the sedan. Although it's not the most athletic car to drive, it nevertheless offers highly tactile steering, strong engines and a chassis that inspires confidence. Dealership at Mercedes Benz of Greenway in Houston Texas has been more than exemplary. Compared to the regular E350 sedan, the E550 adds a V8 engine, an air suspension, an upgraded braking system, leather upholstery and heated seats. The front seats optionally heated, ventilated, and highly adjustable are aggressively bolstered and very comfortable. I'm happy with the 6 years I've had it.
In fact, the E coupe seemed to provide near S-class levels of quietness on the open road, even at its 130-mph speed limiter. To help meet the every-increasing standards of modern crash tests, Mercedes has added to its arsenal of standard features with pelvic airbags standard and optional rear-seat side airbags available. The coupe seats only two people, but overall rear seat comfort is better than that in most luxury coupes. The 2010 E-Class Coupe is more hard-edged and flamboyant than most of the competition and even its own predecessor, leaving a bold, engaging face and sleek profile that is sure to catch eyes on the street. Within its segment, the E is by far the most adaptable, rewarding and confident car for the widest variety of surfaces and situations.
In both cases, the powertrain is familiar from the current E-class sedan, which the coupe is styled to look like. When an automaker reduces the price of a redesigned model, there's the concern that quality has been sacrificed to achieve the price break. E coupes share a host of styling cues with their sedan step-sibling, growing considerably longer, lower, and wider in the process by 1. As with most modern Mercedes-especially the S-class-the E coupe looks best in motion, painted in a dark color. In terms of space and comfort, the E-Class sedan is excellent.
As with any coupe, however, there are compromises. It monitors seventy factors to make its decision to scold the driver with a coffee-cup and a message on the instrument cluster display. Inside, the interior benefits from a new look that in many ways apes the more expensive S-Class. In performance testing, the E550 sedan went from zero to 60 mph in a quick 5. In terms of size, the coupe is still C-class.