4 Reasons why the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Could Be Your Next Company Car
Top reasons why you should finance the Mercedes-Benz E-Class for your company
by Abi Moses on 10th November, 2017
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is an incredibly popular business car, with over 13 million sold over multiple generations. With saloon car being one of the most popular cars that the manufacturer has ever produced, we’ve put together 4 reasons why we think this vehicle would make a great company car for you.
1. Smooth gearbox and engine combination
The 2.0-litre diesel engine that replaces the ageing 2.1-litre unit may not be a complete power-plant, though it is smooth and quiet when cruising. Plus it sounds pretty pleasant for a diesel engine. Overall, the nine-speed gearbox changes gears seamlessly, making the E-Class a vibration-free, relaxing drive.
2. Touch control pads on the steering wheel
Those that are familiar with Blackberry tracks on their phone will totally feel at home when driving this vehicle. With fitted touch control buttons on the E-Class’ steering wheel, people that are familiar with the device are sure to be impressed! The left pad navigates menus on the centre dash screen while the right caters for the driver’s instrument cluster.
3. Night-time environment
The E-Class was traditionally the most straight-laced model within the Mercedes range. Additionally, its interior was a prime example of being designed with function over flair in mind. However, the ambience has leaped forward in recent years, with a well-judged mix of materials, circular vents and sweeping lines dressed with ambient lighting. This is one classy cabin, especially at night time.
4. Pulsing starter button
Maybe it isn’t the most functional feature, though this brings a small dose of personality to what is usually a bleak interior. We’re used to seeing a pretty standard interior, though this does add some extra flair to the car.
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