MotorMartin has spoken at length recently about some of the various award winners from this year’s 2016 Telegraph Cars Awards including such deserving winners as the Vauxhall Astra, the Rolls-Royce Dawn, ŠKODA Superb and Honda Jazz and now it would appear to be the ideal time for MotorMartin to highlight another winner. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class has just been announced as Best Business Car in the 2016 Telegraph Cars Awards which recognises the best new models on sale today.
As with the previous awards already discussed, hundreds of cars were judged by the Telegraph’s expert Road Test Team who shared with MotorMartin that: “The new E-Class is a real tour de force, with one of the best interiors of any car at any price, plus low running costs from the new Mercedes-Benz 2.0-litre engine. Comfort over long journeys is outstanding.”
Everything that MotorMartin has read about this all-new Mercedes suggests that the new E-Class boasts a host of technical innovations enabling comfortable, safe and efficient driving of the very highest order. Ground-breaking assistance systems make the E-Class the most intelligent business saloon and it is certainly the case that this technology featured heavily in the judges decision making.
Rob East, Head of Fleet, informed MotorMartin that: “We are delighted that E-Class continues to impress and has been recognised as Best Business Car by Telegraph Cars. This is now the tenth generation of the E-Class and it boasts the efficiency, style and technology that every business user demands today.”
The E-Class Saloon is available from £35,935 OTR for the E 220d SE and will be joined later this year by the E-Class Estate and in MotorMartin’s opinion, this still represents excellent value for money.
For more information on Mercedes-Benz Cars, or to find your nearest retailer, visit www.Mercedes-Benz.co.uk and gaze upon what Mercedes have come up with. Futuristic technology available today. Well done and congratulations for a deserved, Best Business Car, 2016 Telegraph Cars Award.
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