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Mercedes-Benz E Klasse 6 Doors

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Mercedes-Benz E Klasse 6 Doosr
German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz car modification firm in cooperation with Mercedes-Benz Binz make berbodi stretched sedan, named the Mercedes-Benz E Klasse Limousine.

Yes, this car was really long, with six door configurations. So now be 5.98 meters in length, which means 1.11 meters longer than the standard version of the E Klasse.

This is easy to be done by Binz, who was expert to modify the cars special services such as ambulances, hearses or the fire department. So, now the car has two additional seats and two doors, with a seven passenger haulage.

Addition of two doors, it must provide easy access for the passengers. Only, need to think more to make the chassis so that the framework re-
remain rigid, because with the addition of doors, the middle support poles should be shifted.

E-Klasse Limousine will also be available with different levels of armoring and features to ensure the safety and comfort of an adequate standard. Includes wall
baffle, driver and passenger compartment wrapped in leather.

Consumers also can choose from three seating options, namely six passenger door where the second row facing the driver, Vis-a-Vis Limousine, thus
The second and third row passengers facing each other, and limousine or Individual
without second-row seats.

As reported by Autoevolution, Tuesday (05/04/2010) luxury limousines will be offered with two petrol engines BlueEfficiency CGI E 350 and E 500 and E250 BlueEfficiency and diesel engines.

All versions have a maximum speed is limited electronically to 210 km per hour on, the notes are not bad for a car weighing 2100 kg is.

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Mercedes-Benz Car nomenclature

Car nomenclature
In 1994 (starting with the 1994 models), the traditional nomenclature of Mercedes-Benz vehicles changed. Since the early days of the company the name would be in the form of 500E where the engine displacement made up the first three numbers and the last letter(s) represented the type of engine and/or chassis; for example: “E” for fuel injection (“Einspritzung” in German), “D” for Diesel, “L” for long wheelbase etc.

In 1994, this was altered so that the prefix reflected the model (“class”, German “Klasse”, in Mercedes-Benz terminology) and a number the displacement. The suffix was retained in some cases, for example “L” for long wheelbase, and “CDI” for Diesel (CDI = Common rail Direct Injection). Thus, the 500E in the example above became the E500 (“E-Klasse”, 5 liters displacement). It should also be noted that while in the past the model number generally accurately reflected the actual engine displacement, this is currently not always the case – for example the E200 CDI and E220 CDI actually both have a 2.2 liter/litre displacement, and the C240 actually has a 2.6 liter/litre engine.

BlueHYBRID is used for hybrid electric vehicles