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Hi,

I started wondering with my mates, that whos car is faster. Since you don't see very much CDI big estate version on the track.. then I have no clue how fast it is.. The internet does not have any information either..

My car is w210 E320 CDI T with 145kw. How fast does it go from 0-100km/h?

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Kalle
 

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I find it impossible to believe you cannot find your answer on the internet somewhere. The 0-100 kmh have to be easy to find as are the 0-60 mph ones. I think you and your mates were closing the pub shortly before you started this thread.
 

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The first article is a little inaccurate, the W210 320 CDI has 3226cc. The W211 320CDI has 3222cc, and a higher output.
Hmm.. you be right according to this:
http://mbspecialist.com/mercedes_modelinfo/211/56/026/
(all models):
http://mbspecialist.com/mercedes_modelinfo/

But I've heard also same that my earlier links are stating, models W211 320CDI and 280CDI should have same 2987 cm3 engine, only difference is different programming and different turbo in earlier models. Later 280CDI got the same charger than 320... this info came from the tuning garage, where my colleague tuned his 280CDI...
 

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Hmm.. you be right according to this:
Technical data for Mercedes 211 Sedan, Estate, E-Class: 211.026 (E320 CDI)
(all models):
Mercedes model info

But I've heard also same that my earlier links are stating, models W211 320CDI and 280CDI should have same 2987 cm3 engine, only difference is different programming and different turbo in earlier models. Later 280CDI got the same charger than 320... this info came from the tuning garage, where my colleague tuned his 280CDI...
The early W211 320cdi had the inline 6, 3222cc engine. The later 320 and 280 cdi, have the v6 2987cc engines.

Your friend only knows some of the info. not all.
 

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I don't know your year, but mine is breakneck fast from about 45 to 100mph, and they the acceleration slows some past 100. I tore up a newer Mustang GT at those speed ranges (frosted him, I must say, that a inline 6 got him). I've had her to the 120-125 mark and held her there for awhile (but feared police intervention so I backed her down).
From 0-60mph it's a dog. It just seems to be geared and set up for higher speed running.

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The early W211 320cdi had the inline 6, 3222cc engine. The later 320 and 280 cdi, have the v6 2987cc engines.

Your friend only knows some of the info. not all.
That's very true, and so is told also in that mercefreaken data, now when I'm reading it more carefully :eek:

pre-facelift
Mercefreaken - W211 E 320 CDI
facelift:
Mercefreaken - W211 E 320 CDI

that was offtopic, but both earlier links are giving w210 320cdi displacement 3222, where was the inaccuracy you was told about?
 

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The W210 with cdi was never available in US, but I drove W211 320cdi. Per my recollection the car was making 0-60 in 6.9 seconds what puts it in sport car category.
I wonder why members report other models being dogs on acceleration? Considering minimal HP differences and minimal weight difference, with the same transmissions the cars should do it pretty close.
Is it possible that some drive the cars in "C" (comfort) or "W" mode that starts on 2nd gear not even knowing?
 

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