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Mercedes Posts EPA Fuel-Economy Estimates for 2012-MY Sedans

December 29, 2011

MONTVALE, NJ – Mercedes-Benz has released fuel-economy estimates from the EPA for a number of its 2012-MY vehicles, the E-Class, CLS, and M-Class models. The charts below detail the mpg results for those models.

Model Drivetrain City Highway Combined
E350 coupe 7-spd Automatic 17 24 20
E350 4MATIC coupe 7-spd Automatic TBD TBD TBD
E350 cabriolet 7-spd Automatic 17 23 19
E350 BlueTEC Sedan 7-spd Automatic 21 32 25
E350 sedan 7-spd Automatic 20 30 23
E350 4MATIC sedan 7-spd Automatic 19 28 22
E350 4MATIC wagon 7-spd Automatic 19 27 22
E550 coupe 7-spd Automatic 17 27 21
E550 cabriolet 7-spd Automatic 16 25 19
E550 4MATIC sedan 7-spd Automatic 16 26 20
E63 AMG wagon 7-spd MCT Auto 15 23 18
E63 AMG sedan 7-spd MCT Auto 16 24 19


CLS550 7-spd Automatic 17 26 20
CLS550 4MATIC 7-spd Automatic 16 25 19
CLS63 AMG 7-spd MCT Auto 16 25 19


ML350 4MATIC 7-spd Automatic 17 22 19
ML350 BlueTEC 4MATIC 7-spd Automatic 20 27 22
ML550 4MATIC 7-spd Automatic TBD TBD TBD
ML63 AMG 7-spd Automatic TBD TBD 16 (est.)

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