Which is better: an electric car or a diesel car?
That’s the question posed to me by a friend, and my answer is a combination of both.
As an electric vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz E300 EV is the choice for those seeking the best value for money.
But what is the value proposition?
As a diesel vehicle, it has a much bigger advantage.
With a price tag of $55,000, it’s not exactly cheap.
However, you get a bigger range of options than a diesel, and it comes with a longer range than a petrol or diesel.
The Mercedes-AMG E350 diesel comes in at an impressive $65,000.
If you’re thinking, “That sounds like a bargain”, it is.
And the reason for the bargain?
The E300 diesel has been around since 2009 and is the latest model in the Mercedes family.
I think it’s safe to say that, from a price perspective, the E300 is a steal.
You can get the most bang for your buck on a diesel electric car.
Why buy an electric electric car instead of a diesel?
You get a larger range of choice.
What about fuel economy?
While the E350 can go up to 100 miles per gallon, the other two cars I tested can only reach about 50 miles per hour.
That’s about an 8 to 10% improvement in range.
When you factor in the cost of the petrol and diesel, the price difference is pretty negligible.
Now, you’ll probably want to get one of these cars for some extra miles, and that’s fine.
Just keep in mind that the E500 diesel is about the same price as the E100E.
What about safety?
I’ve never driven the E200, but it’s the most reliable electric car I’ve ever driven.
My only issue with the E400 was the battery.
It was just too big.
There are some safety concerns when it comes to electric cars, however.
A car’s electric motor and batteries need to be matched up, and if you’ve got a problem with one, it can lead to a short circuit or even a fire.
While these problems don’t affect safety, they can cause a lot of stress on the battery, which could lead to damage or even fire.
The E350 is built with a much larger battery.
This could lead the battery to become short.
It also has an extra layer of protection from the weather.
How to buy an E300?
There are plenty of different options available when it come to the E30 diesel, so let’s go through each and see how they compare.
Read more: Electric car reviewsThe E30 Diesel: Model and price range: Model E30 electric car: The electric version of the Mercedes E30.
Model F30: The cheaper of the two models.
Price range: $42,100 (E30) Cost: For a car that can go from 0-60mph in less than 3.9 seconds, the Audi Q7 is a bargain.
Its electric motor is rated at 60kW and it’s available in 4, 6, 8 and 10-speed transmissions.
For an electric model with a battery that can last for 100 miles, the Tesla Model S can be considered a bargain at around $40,000 (Tesla Model S).
Its battery is rated to last for 800 miles.
Read moreThe Audi Q3: Audi’s Q3 electric car has the same range as the Mercedes’ E300, and is a little more expensive.
Battery: Tesla Model 3 battery is 6kWh.
Electric motor: In the US, the Mitsubishi Electric Electric motor is considered the “industry standard”.
Battery range: 8kWh (Tesla) Price: $35,800 (Tesla).
For $36,000 less, you can get a Tesla Model 3 and the Tesla Roadster.
In Australia, the BMW 3 Series electric car is available with a range of 100 miles.
Battery: BMS Tesla battery is 60kWh Electric drive: A Tesla Model X is equipped with a 90kW electric motor.
Range: 90 miles Price Range: $35,000 For the same $35k, you could get the Toyota Prius hybrid.
Another option is the Nissan Leaf, which has a range in excess of 100-120 miles.
Tesla Model X: With its electric motor, the electric version Tesla Model 8 is a fantastic electric car for the price.
Drive: It has an electric motor rated at 80kW.
Safety: Both electric cars come with a 10-