I think they're just waiting for the upcoming facelift before throwing it into the E.
Originally Posted by Snipe656
Nevermind, I see via MBZ's website that the E class still uses the less powerful version of that diesel engine. Wonder why that is, can't seem to find anything that talks about changing to the more powerful option used in the other vehicles and actually is the same basic engine anyway. Guess it is some emissions certification reason?
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