Mercedes has announced that its S-Class will debut with an efficient four-cylinder, turbocharged diesel. The beautiful cars of Mercedes-Benz combines good performance with the fuel consumption. What leaps to mind is the fact that Mercedes has done a downsizing of the engine that equips the S-Class: a four-cylinder diesel. This is the first time, Home of the Silver Star, a motor of this kind, no doubt, is seen as a entry-level version.
Moreover, the range of German sedan is quite divided, with engines that are composed of propulsion architecture with V6, V8 and V12. The Mercedes S-Class is powered by a 2.2 cc engine displacement, common rail turbo diesel, powered by a twin turbocharger that makes you develop a power of 204 horses, with a whopping 500 Nm of torque, starting from 1600 rpm.
This allows complex propulsion, the flagship Mercedes, reaching 100 km / h in just 8.2 seconds and touch a maximum speed of 240 km / h. The performance of Class S 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY would suggest a high fuel consumption, which is totally wrong. In fact, the car achieves an average fuel consumption of just 5.7 liters per 100 km, with 149 g / km of CO2 emissions. All data, these very low, given the generous size of the body.
Like all other versions that respond to the acronym BlueEFFICIENCY, this S-Class 250 CDI uses some tricks that allow her to have a low consumption of fuel: the Start & Stop system, for example, that is combined with a 7G-Tronic Plus optimized by a new electronic control that monitors all parameters of the vehicle, calculating engine, cruising speed and load volume.