What does BlueEFFICIENCY mean on a Mercedes-Benz?
Mercedes-Benz BlueEFFICIENCY The idea behind BlueEFFICIENCY is to reduce pollutants produced by Mercedes-Benz cars. In a Mercedes-Benz with BlueEFFICIENCY, the alternator system gathers energy that is used for braking and converts it into electrical energy.
Is BlueEFFICIENCY the same as BlueTEC?
BlueTEC is EuroVI compliant and BlueEfficiency are EuroV.
What is BlueEFFICIENCY a class?
Mercedes has announced plans to offer an A-Class BlueEFFICIENCY (BE) Edition. It features a revised grille, LED daytime running lights and a reduced ride height. Designed to appeal to eco-conscious buyers, the model is distinguished by a revised grille and round LED daytime running lights.
How much CO2 does the Mercedes C180 BlueEfficiency emit?
CO2 emissions have been reduced by an impressive 19%, with this car now emitting just 149g/km. The 18g/km reduction should make the C180 KOMPRESSOR BlueEFFICIENCY model an attractive choice for fleet managers as the CO2 improvements result in a shift from the 21 per cent tax band to the 17 per cent company car tax band.
Which is the entry level Mercedes Kompressor BlueEfficiency?
Jonathan Crouch reports on Mercedes’ C180 Kompressor BlueEFFICIENCY Mercedes has made its entry-level C180 Kompressor model much for difficult to dismiss by adding a whole range of eco and cost-friendly BlueEFFICIENCY tweaks.
Is the Mercedes-Benz C 180 Kompressor a good car?
So the three pointed star’s C180 Kompressor – with its engine downsized to 1.6-litres to become the C180 Kompressor Blue Efficiency – is a good fit for this sobering moment in time and right up many car buyers’ alley as it fulfils many of the criteria stated above.
What does BlueEfficiency mean in a Mercedes car?
BlueEfficiency is the umbrella term Mercedes uses to describe the optimization of aerodynamics, use of lower rolling resistance tyres, lightweight design and energy management to cut fuel consumption and slash emissions.