2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E350 Start Up and Review 3.5 L V6
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Powertrain Options: 2.1 L 4-Cylinder turbo Diesel, 3.5 L V6, 3.0 L Twin turbo V6, 5.5 L Twin turbo V8 with a 7-Speed Automatic RWD or AWD
Engine & Performance
BASE ENGINE SIZE 3.5 L
CAM TYPE Double overhead cam (DOHC)
VALVE TIMING Variable
TORQUE 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm
horsepower 302 hp
@ 6500 rpm
ENGINE TYPE Gas
FUEL TYPE Premium unleaded (required)
RANGE IN MILES (CTY/HWY) N/A
BASIC 4 yr./ 50000 mi.
DRIVETRAIN 4 yr./ 50000 mi.
RUST 4 yr./ 50000 mi.
EPA MILEAGE EST. (CTY/HWY) 21/30 mpg
Compeetitors: BMW 5 Series, Audi A6, Lexus GS
2014 E-Class Walk Around -- Mercedes-Benz
The 2014 E-Class: four body styles reimagined inside and out. Engines
ranging from an efficient direct-injection V-6 to a raging AMG-built biturbo V-8 that's the envy of supercars. And
the same quality and craftsmanship found in every Mercedes-Benz.
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2013 Lexus GS 350 F Sport vs Mercedes-Benz E350 vs BMW 535i race track review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 Lexus GS 350 F is taking direct aim
at both the new Mercedes-Benz E350 and the new BMW 535i. We recently had a
chance to drive all three cars on the race track in Las Vegas to compare
how well the newest and perhaps sexiest Lexus does against these two very
well regarded and long established German luxury performance sedans. Check
out this first drive review of the 2013 Lexus GS 350 F as we test all
three cars head to head.
2014 Lexus GS350 F Sport - Review & Test Drive
The 2014 Lexus GS350. This model includes AWD as well as the F Sport and
Cold Weather Packages. The car features a 3.5L V6 with 306 HP/277 lb-ft
torque. It has a 6 speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters,
active torque control all-wheel drive, drive mode select, front independent
double-wishbone suspension, rear independent multi-link suspension, ABS,
EBD, and brake assist.
The F SPORT package with Cold Weather Package includes:
- Rain sensing wipers
- Heated & ventilated front seats
- Power rear sunshade
- 19 alloy wheels with all-season tires
- F Sport Tuned adaptive variable suspension (AVS)
- 16-way adjustable front driver seat
- Aluminum interior trim
- F Sport Exterior Styling
- Rear Spoiler
- Heated steering wheel
- Windshield wiper deicer
- Water repellent front door glass
Additional Features Include:
- Mark Levinson premium surround sound audio system, with 17 speakers and
835-Watt digital amplifier
- Navigation with 12.3" screen and Lexus Enform
- Intuitive Park Assist
This video will take a look at the exterior, engine and drivetrain, wheels,
tires, suspension, interior, features, as well as a quick test drive and
summary of the fuel economy.
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Test Drive: 2014 Lexus GS350 F-Sport AWD
We take the mid-sized Lexus sport sedan up on Arizona's desert back roads
to see how it stacks up against BMW 5-Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
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2014 Lexus GS350 F-Sport Exhaust, Start Up and In Depth Review
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2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 vs 2013
This is a short video showing some of the changes Mercedes-Benz has made to
the 2014 E-class when compared to the 2013 model.
2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport vs 2013 Lexus GS350 F Sport! - Head 2 Head Ep. 45
The 2013 Lexus GS F Sport has taken down the likes of the BMW 535i, Audi A6
and Infiniti M37 in previous comparisons, and is our reigning king of the
luxury performance sedan segment. The new 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport brings
two turbos, over 100 more horsepower, and a history of
excellent track-day capability to the table, but weighs over 100 lbs. more
than the Lexus. Can the light, balanced, and nimble Lexus hold its own
against the American powerhouse Cadillac CTS V Sport? On this episode of
Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman takes both cars to the testing grounds, canyon
roads, and finally the racetrack to find out.
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2014 LEXUS GS 350 - INTERIOR -EXTERIOR- Design
The mid-size Lexus GS was refreshed and reinvigorated in the 2013 model
year, and it returns as the Lexus GS 350 and GS 450h hybrid again for 2014,
ready to take on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz E Class, BMW 5-Series, Audi
A6, and Cadillac CTS yet again.
The GS has usually been an also-ran in that category, but it's made
substantial progress in handling and styling. The new face of Lexus has
been applied to its front end, and the GS now has a boomeranged frame for
the grille that asserts a visual identity in a way no Lexus ever has. It
pairs well with the Nakamichi-minimalist interior fitted inside,
upholstered with lots of leather and LED lighting--a cool workplace that
conversely feels very warm and inviting.
The GS 350 runs with a 3.5-liter V-6 that's now rated at 306 horsepower. Rear-drive
versions now have an eight-speed automatic, while all-wheel-drive models
carry over the six-speed automatic that's been around since the last
generation, though with the addition of shift paddles and eco and sport
modes. We expect better 0-60 mph times than the previously estimated 5.7
seconds, maybe by a tenth or two. Lexus even pipes in some of the
soundtrack directly into the cabin, in an about-face of more than 20 years'
worth of branding and positioning centered around quietness.
Handling is a focus now, too, and even the base GS sedans seem to plant
themselves more firmly. The F Sport package dials in electric steering as
good as any German-brand luxosedan, with the same near-zero tolerance for
potholes in ride quality. Toss in optional active steering, and the GS'
transitions are sharper, cleaner than any of the mid-size German sedans or
the Cadillac CTS; it's a breathtaking difference in philosophy and in
driving feel. Electronics are equalizing the differences here quickly,
neutralizing some of the hallmarks of the great German sedans and erasing
some of the deficits of the former also-rans from Japan.
The GS 450h hybrid is a notably different beast. It blends V-6 and electric
power to the rear wheels for improvements to the GS' EPA-rated fuel economy
numbers, with some mild changes applied to its exterior and cabin to
distinguish it from gas-powered models. But while the last-generation GS
hybrid put its foot down for performance while sacrificing some gas
mileage, Lexus is turning the equation around for the newest edition. The
EPA of 29/34 mpg and 31 mpg combined compares to the GS 350's 19/28 mpg;
today's hybrid thus puts more distance between itself than did the previous
hybrid, an improvement of about 35 percent, according to Lexus. While fuel
economy has improved, Lexus also says the 338-hp GS 450h hybrid is quicker:
it will accelerate from 0-60 mph in about 5.6 seconds, and will reach a top
speed of about 134 mph.
There's a wide gap in ride and handling, too. Lexus has opted to make its
semi-active suspension standard on the hybrid, along with electric power
steering and a drive-mode selector that programs the electronic
continuously variable transmission (ECVT) to behave in eco, sport,
sport-plus, and EV modes, as well as in normal mode. It now has eight
pre-programmed steps, instead of six. The different driving styles adapt
well enough to the GS 450h's demeanor, though it's still saddled with the
lower end of the GS' performance abilities--the smaller sizes of tires,
lower rolling resistance for better fuel economy, and a lighter touch to
its steering all remove the feedback that's been carefully dialed into the
sporty versions of the gas-powered GS 350. The brakes are the usual hybrid
sore point, with lots of regenerative stiffness and little real braking
sensation. This is the GS to drive if you're strictly concerned with a
In comfort and spaciousness, the Lexus GS hasn't expanded its universe
much--and that's fine, since it's hard to go anywhere from standard 10-way
power seats, other than optional 18-way power front seats with heating and
ventilation and semi-aniline leather in the loveliest of shades. The GS'
rear seat remains tight at the knees in spite of some mild reshaping, and
the trunk is a little shallow. Lexus' mix of wood and leather on luxury
versions is sweetly rendered, and the high-tech F Sport trim looks fine,
even if we're not sure what it's meant to simulate. Fewer trim pieces and
types would heighten the performance-studio impression even more, we think.
The GS 450h gets the usual blue hybrid badges, a choice of unvarnished
bamboo, and hybrid-specific information screens.