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Published on Apr 9, 2008
The Mercedes-Benz W211 series entered production in 2002. They are sold under the E-Class model names. The W211 models replaced the W210 E-Class models. The W211 E-Class continues the line's push upmarket. The W211-based W219 CLS-Class was new for 2005. In 2001 Mercedes made a facelift for the W210 which began the launch of the W211. Although this was a complete facelift for the sedan, the wagon retains the rear of the W210 vehicles, except that it is slightly more rounded. Current (MY 08') E-Class Saloons (Sedans) and Estates (wagon) variants All prices are MSRP for cars sold in the US market. Those sold in other part of the world only will be priced by the starting MSRP in Germany (due to the full range of available engines there) in Euros as well as in British Pounds. Engine size is listed in CC (cubic centimetre). Figures are for automatic transmition models only, however manuals are available on most models. Models are available in Estate (or T-modell) variants.
The E63 AMG is a new model for 2007 offered in Sedan and Wagon body styles. It features an AMG designed and built 6,208-cc, DOHC, 32-valve V-8. This engine has a high-pressure die-cast alloy cylinder block with twin-wire arc spray coated running surfaces. It develops net horse power of 507 hp (378 kW) @ 6,800 rpm and net torque 465 lb·ft (630 N·m) @ 5,200 rpm. Compression ratio is 11.3:1. According to many auto journalists, the E63 AMG is the quickest production sports sedan in the world. Both the Sedan and Wagon reach 60 mph (100 km/h) from a stanstill in 4 seconds flat. The main reason for the power upgrade from the E55 AMG is directly related to BMW's introduction of the 500 hp (370 kW) M5, and the release of the 2007 Audi RS6, boasting in excess of 550 hp (410 kW).