Intelligent package of measures.
The new E-Class is to receive its Environmental Certificate in accordance with ISO Directive 14062. Anke Kleinschmit, Chief of Research and Chief Environmental Officer of the Daimler Group: “We analyse the environmental compatibility of our models throughout their entire life cycle – from production, through their long years of service, to recycling at the end of their useful lives. That analysis goes far beyond the legal requirements. That’s because our aim is to have products which are particularly environmentally friendly in their market segment. As a result the E-Class has received the Environmental Certificate from the South German Technical Inspection Authority”. This is based on facts which speak for themselves: the E 220 d is a shining example with its NEDC consumption of 3.9 litres per 100 kilometres (102 grams of CO₂ per kilometre) – a value which only a few much smaller vehicles have been able to boast until now. The reason for the high efficiency is an intelligent package of measures. These include a completely newly developed four-cylinder diesel engine, on-demand energy management, the nine-speed automatic transmission 9G-TRONIC, the best aerodynamics in the segment plus reduced weight.
E 220 d:
Fuel consumption combined: 4.3-3.9 l/100 km;
combined CO₂ emissions: 112-102 g/km.*