SAN ANTONIO, TX – After a 5-year hiatus, Mercedes-Benz USA once again is offering a diesel sedan in the U.S. The E320 CDI launches in mid April as an ’05 model priced at less than $50,000. The car will be offered in 45 states. California, New York, Massachusetts, Maine and Vermont clean air regulations can't be met by the diesel E-Class, precluding it from sale in those states. Mercedes E-Class Fuel economy is 27/37 mpg (8.7-6.4L/100 km) city/highway, compared with 19/27 mpg ...
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