Mercedes e350 Tire Pressure [Recommended]

Mercedes-Benz E350 is a vehicle that has 12 trims and  7 unique. If you change Mercedes Benz E350 original tires with other tiers be sure to follow the steps according to the manual. The suggested E350 manual has all the details mentioned in it.

What PSI does the Mercedes recommend?  

In the E350 manual, you can see all the details related to the tire pressure and the filling. The air pressure for  E350 tires ranges according to the situation from 28 PSI to 46 PSI. Below are a few tables that will tell you the PSI and rear pressure of the tires according to the research survey years.

2021 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/40R19/XL 98H         35 – 39 psi         33 psi
F: 245/40R19/XL 98H

R: 275/35R19/XL 100H

        35 psi         32 psi
245/45R18/XL 100H         33- 37 psi         33 psi

2020 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
F: 245/40R19/XL 98H

R: 275/35R19/XL 100H

        35 psi         42 psi
245/45R18/XL 100H         33 psi         38 psi
F: 245/45R18/XL 100H

R: 275/40R18/XL 103H

        33 psi         38 psi

How does e350 tire pressure survive weather conditions?  

Tire pressure varies with the temperatures. When temperatures decrease, Mercedes-Benz E350 tires might lose roughly 3 PSI of air pressure. But in the winter season, Mercedes-Benz E350 tires can be expanded from 7 to 9 PSI  tire pressure settings to make up for lower temperatures.

Make sure not to fill the tires to the full level, always let some air pass through. Make sure to check tire pressure consistently in the colder time of year to keep tires appropriately expanded for a protected ride.

2016 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure 
245/40R18 93Y         34 psi           42 psi
245/40R18/XL 97V         34 – 36 psi           42 – 44 psi
245/45R17/XL 99H         34 – 35 psi         41- 42 psi

2014 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
F: 235/40R18 91H

R: 255/35R18/XL 94H

        33 – 36 psi       42 – 46 psi
F: 235/40R18/XL 95Y

R: 255/35R18/XL 94Y

        36 psi         46 psi
245/45R17/XL 99H         32 – 35 psi         31 – 41 psi

2011 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure 
F: 235/45R17 94H

R: 255/40R17 94H

        28 psi         30 psi
F: 245/40R18/XL 97V

R: 265/35R18/XL 97V

        28 – 33 psi         42 psi
F: 235/40R18/XL 95Y

R: 255/35R18/XL 94Y

        36 psi         46 psi

2009 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire  Rear Tire Pressure
245/40R18 93V         28 psi           33 psi
F: 245/40R18 93V

R: 265/35R18/XL 97V

        28 psi           33 psi
245/45R17 95H         28 – 30 psi         33 – 36 psi

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2006 E350 Tire Pressure

      Tire Size   Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/40R18 93V         33 psi         33 psi
F: 245/40R18 93V

R: 265/35R18/XL 97V

        30 psi         34 – 36 psi
245/45R17 95H         28 – 32 psi         32 – 36 psi

How to check Mercedes e350 tire pressure? 

To check the Mercedes-Benz E350 tire pressure you will initially have to check its tire pressure for the front and back tires. Take off tire valve covers and utilize a tire pressure measure to look at tire filling in each tire. Change Mercedes E350 tire pressure to its suggested levels.

In case the tires are overinflated you need to make sure to pass through some air. All you need to unclog the valve with a bit of pressure. On the other hand that is underinflated, add air with a tire inflator. The tire pressure to ensure all tires are appropriately filled.

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