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Class E 200 NGD, out of efficiency class


The environment has one more ally on four wheels. And 200 Natural Gas Drive (Mercedes E200 NGD) is the bifuel (methane and petrol) version of theMercedes-Benz E-Class. There And 200 Natura Gas Driveis among the most elegant cars when it comes to power amethane. Thanks to the introduction of themethane, CO2 emissions are reduced by 20 percent compared to the equivalent of petrol. As for reading consumption, you just have to breathe a sigh of relief: with just over 4 euros you can travel about 100 kilometers! Not bad right?

When the motor power supply of theAnd 200 Natural Gas Driveit is only aboutmethane, theMercedesdeclares that consumption amounts to 4.3 kilograms for every 100 kilometers traveled, while CO2 emissions drop to 116 g / kg. Petrol fueling sees a hitech four-cylinder engine and CO2 emissions of 147 g / kg. Gasoline consumption sees, in a mixed cycle, almost 15.9 kilometers traveled for every liter of fuel.

The engine of theMercedes E 200 NGDis the newest member of the BlueDirect family, four-cylinder petrol engine with direct jet guided injection, 156 horsepower and 270 Nm of torque. Just like its petrol twin, theClass E 200 methaneit complies with the Euro 6 standard but, to distinguish itself from petrol, the bifuel falls into the A + efficiency class also thanks to the integrated Eco start / stop system as standard (the petrol-only version is in class B).

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The overall autonomy of the Mercedes E200 NGDamounts to over 1,300 kilometers, 400 of which powered bymethane. Among the options, the driver can choose a petrol tank with a capacity of 80 liters, with this the range of the car reaches 1,600 kilometers. Continuing to talk about tanks, themethaneit counts three: one behind the backrest of the rear seat and two under the boot floor. The overall capacity is 121.5 liters, or 19.5 kg.

There AND 200 NGD will be available from December 2013 starting from priceof 49,050.00 Euro.


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