Mercedes-Benz 260E MPG and Fuel Economy

Mercedes-Benz have been manufacturing models of 260E for 4 years, with the latest vehicle in 1991 having a combined MPG of 16.

The estimated fuel cost for the 1991 Mercedes-Benz 260E is $3,900 per year.

Government regulators have estimated that value based on 15,000 miles driven per year, using regular gasoline, and a split of 55% city driving and 45% highway driving.

💵 Compared to an average vehicle over 5 years, you will spend $8,000 more on fuel driving a 1991 Mercedes-Benz 260E.

🛢 The Mercedes-Benz 260E will consume roughly 19 barrels of petroleum per year, using the standard estimate of 15,000 miles per year.

💨 For every mile driven, the Mercedes-Benz 260E will emit -1 grams of CO2, which is about -15,000 grams of CO2 per year.

🌳 To help you understand the impact of this, a normal tree will absorb around 21,000 grams of CO2 per year. This means that roughly 1 tree would be needed to offset emissions from the Mercedes-Benz 260E.

The table below is a complete list of the 5 Mercedes-Benz 260E fuel efficiency specifications we have data for.

Click any vehicle link to see a more detailed breakdown of the car, miles per gallon, emissions, and more.

Vehicle Combined MPG Fuel Cost
1991 Mercedes-Benz 260E 16 $3,900
1989 Mercedes-Benz 260E 19 $3,900
1988 Mercedes-Benz 260E 18 $4,100
1988 Mercedes-Benz 260E 19 $3,900
1987 Mercedes-Benz 260E 19 $3,900

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