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New 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class
posted on Mar 20 2009 by Kyle McWilton
We like to bring you the very latest offers and new models as they are launched. We will soon be able to quote contract hire order the New 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class lease due to hit the roads of the UK in June this year. The eye-catching front section of this New Mercedes Benz E-Class is distinctive with dual headlamps.
The rising, wedge-shaped profile and the bold contour lines, flared rear wheel arches suggests that this new E-Class Saloon has energy, balance and control. While this new 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class clearly shares the same DNA as its predecessor, the new E-Class Saloon is more muscular, more athletic.
It is slightly larger in dimensions, with an extended wheelbase and short overhangs lend the car an imposing, confident presence on the road. Meanwhile the subtle touches such as the arrow shape on the boot lid's upper edge create a distinguished, elegant air. Naturally with Mercedes Benz, the build quality is impeccable and the car's premium feel is further enhanced by an array of new exterior colours. Metallic paintwork options include Pearl Beige, Indigolite Blue, Palladium Silver and Exclusive Cuprite Brown.
The interior of the new 2009 E-Class Saloon echoes the bold, confident design of the exterior. An emphasis on horizontal lines gives the cabin a reassuringly sturdy, structured feel euro you instinctively know this is a safe place to be euro and materials are of the highest standards. Build quality on the new 2009 Mercedes Benz E-Class finishes are flawless throughout and a wide range of design options lets you personalise the cabin to suit your tastes.
These include an array of striking two-tone colour schemes, plus optional trim elements in wood and aluminium. All models feature a multi-function steering wheel and gearshift lever in exquisite nappa leather. Comfort levels are exceptional with generous headroom and legroom for all occupants, plus ergonomic seating to ease the strain of long journeys.
Other highlights include ambient interior lighting on the Avantgarde and Sport models. It's important to have things just how you like them euro so the new 2009 E-Class Saloon offers a range of distinctive model lines to suit individual requirements. With eye-catching touches such as 16 inch 5-spoke alloy wheels and double oval foglamps, the SE exudes a premium feel. Inside, you'll appreciate Artico man-made leather upholstery and stamped aluminium trim. Standard features include Advanced Parking Guidance, which identifies suitably sized parking spaces and helps guide the car into them.
The Avantgarde is a study in understated luxury, with Black Ash wood trim and sumptuous leather upholstery throughout. Lowered by 15mm, the Avantgarde features Direct Control Suspension as standard, plus LED daytime running lights and the exclusive Mirror Package. The Sport model is a very different beast with AMG bodystyling and 18 AMG wheels accentuating the E-Class Saloon's muscular looks. Inside, you'll find an AMG sports steering wheel, ergonomic racing-style seats and brushed aluminium trim. The new E-Class Saloon can accommodate all your needs.
Compared to its predecessor, the latest model is 32mm wider, 16mm longer, and the wheelbase has grown by some 20mm. These increased exterior dimensions translate into an even more spacious passenger compartment with plenty of headroom and legroom for all occupants. The boot lining has been redesigned, increasing its width by 24mm and length by 33mm. As a result, the boot now offers an impressive 540-litre capacity euro enough room for four golf bags. The optional Easy-Pack boot box provides a secure means of stowing items such as laptops and bags.
For added convenience, the new E-Class Saloon features an array of handy stowage facilities throughout the passenger compartment. An array of interior lighting solutions within the E-Class Saloon reinforces the sense of understated style and quality. Standard features on the SE model include glove compartment lighting, individual reading lights and courtesy lighting above the centre console. The Avantgarde and Sport models take the concept a step further, with ambient lighting as standard. Small LED lamps and optical fibres illuminate the undersides of the dashboard trim strips and door trim panels, and the controller on the centre console.
When darkness falls, these subtle lighting elements lend the E-Class Saloon a restful business-lounge atmosphere for driver and passengers alike. Ambient lighting is activated as soon as exterior lights are switched on or a door is opened. Drivers can select five different levels of brightness from the menu in the instrument cluster.