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Mercedes E220 Overview
The Mercedes E220 is classed as an executive car and is produced by the German automobile manufacturing company Mercedes-Benz. The E220 is part of the Mercedes E-Class range and has been in production since 1984 up until the present day. The E-Class is currently in its fourth generation and is available as a saloon, estate, coupe and convertible. The E220 is a good choice for the E-Class range which is seen as returning to Mercedes qualities of robustness and refinement. These cars are spacious, good to drive and very comfortable. The E220 engine is the same as the E250 with a little less power, making it more economical. Sound anything like your E220?
Mercedes E220 History
The first generation E-Class (1984-96) was introduced in 1984, although the new Mercedes naming policy never began until 1993, when the 210E became the E220. The second generation (1995-2003) was more luxurious than its predecessor and moved the E-Class range to the higher end of the luxury car market. This car was more expensive due to the changes to the mechanics and exterior which was a great improvement.
The third generation (2002-09) was more of an evolution on the previous version, bringing it into serious competition with the BMW 5-series. There was a slight facelift in 2007 to deal with some issues raised with this version. The E220 CDi was now known as the E220 Bluetec. The fourth Generation (2009-present) had some new technological features such as: blind spot monitor and night view assist. This is the current version on the market.
The Mercedes E220 is a 2.1L diesel engine and it offers up to 54mpg. This is really good for an engine this size and is due to the high refinement of this engine. How did your engine perform economically? Remember to think about the age, fuel type and engine size when considering fuel economy for a vehicle.
The Mercedes E220 is available in 6-speed manual or 5-speed automatic gearboxes. Which gearbox do you have and how do you rate its performance? You can find your E220 gearbox parts by visiting our Mercedes gearbox section today.
Mercedes E220 parts can be found here at Breakeryard. We know these parts can be expensive, that’s why we offer some of the best prices around on new or used car parts. Our vast network of UK Breakers has parts for all makes and models. You can either enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the E220 parts page to locate your parts.