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  Mercedes-Benz E 320 Avantgarde

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Country of origin:Germany
Introduced in:2002
Introduced at:2002 Brussels Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionAfter a massive four years of developing Mercedes-Benz launched a completely new E-Class at the 2002 Brussels Motor Show. Its overall styling follows that of the previously released S-Class and C-Class except for the front which has its own characteristic shape. Innovations offered by no other automobile brand are entering series production with the new E-Class, or are available in this vehicle class for the first time. One example of the technological exclusivity at the highest level is the electrohydraulic braking system Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC), developed specially by Mercedes-Benz, which is standard equipment in the new E-Class. An innovative multicontour seat which automatically adapts to the current driving situation and the enhanced AIRMATIC DC (Dual Control) air suspension system for outstanding ride comfort are also celebrating their automotive premiere.
The design of the new E-Class continues the elegant lines of the preceding series and emphasises the dynamic character of the saloon more than ever. The twin headlamps, with which the E-Class first made its mark in 1995 to initiate a design trend, have been redesigned and slightly angled back, characterising the progressive, dynamic appearance of the front-end. The same message is conveyed by the side view: typical E-Class, but with a new, unmistakable sportiness and elegance.
Mercedes-Benz has increased ride comfort with the equally innovative AIRMATIC DC (Dual Control) air suspension system, which uses state-of-the-art microelectronics to control both springing and damping. Sensors monitor the road condition, driving style and loading of the saloon, ensuring that AIRMATIC DC always selects the best possible shock absorber and spring settings. In this way the new system resolves the previous conflict of aims between near-perfect suspension comfort and excellent handling dynamics, thereby meeting very varied customer requirements.

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