45 MPG EPA Highway Rating for 2014 E 250 BlueTEC® Sedan

October 10th, 2013 by

The newest member of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is making quite the entrance.  The 2014 E 250 BlueTEC® Sedan was recently awarded an impressive estimated EPA rating of 45 mpg on the highway and 28 mpg city.  It is also the first diesel E-Class to be available with the 4MATIC® system.  E-Class drivers with the 4MATIC® can expect an EPA estimated rating of 42 mpg highway and 27 mpg city, which is still pretty notable.

2014 E250 BlueTEC Sedan

The 2014 E 250 BlueTec Sedan has a high-efficiency turbodiesel engine as proven by its EPA estimated fuel efficiency ratings.  The fuel pressure for the BlueTEC® direct fuel injection system allows the car to have even more power and lower exhaust emissions.  The four-cylinder engine uses AdBlue injection to make the diesel as clean as a state-of-the-art gasoline engine.

Along with its impressive EPA estimated rating, the E 250 BlueTEC® Sedan has Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive, an industry-leading active and passive safety technology.  Features include:

  • Distronic Plus with Steering Assist: radar-based cruise control system with semi-autonomous steering inputs
  • Pre-Safe Brake with pedestrian detection: radar and stereo cameras detect vehicles and pedestrians in front of the vehicle and can adjust braking according to the situation and apply full brakes if necessary
  • Pre-Safe Plus: rear-facing radar that senses possible rear collisions and prepares the vehicle to help reduce the injury risk for the passengers in a rear-end collision
  • BAS® Plus with Cross Traffic Assist: reads cross-traffic encounters with stereo cameras and adds appropriate brake assistance
  • Active Lane Keeping Assist and Active Blind Spot Protection: assists by corrective one-sided braking

To learn more about the different vehicles in the 2014 E-Class stop by Mercedes-Benz of Easton today!

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