$50,050 - $82,600

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Mercedes-Benz E-Class

  • The sedan's well-appointed cabin features a two-tone dash with wood accents, top-grade materials and nicely dampened controls.

  • The number-one advantage of this wagon is its people-carrying size. Not only is its overall passenger compartment the largest of this group, but the backseat area boasts excellent head and shoulder room.

    - Motor Trend
  • The rear-drive E-Class still has Mercedes' traditional rock-solid construction, but the precise power steering is light and the ride is on the soft side.

    - MSN Autos
  • There's also a new type of rollover sensor that can signal the central control module to deploy the side curtain bags and safety belt tensioners when it detects this type of accident.

    - MSN Autos
  • Mercedes claims a 0-to-60-mph time of just 4.5 seconds -- we're talking Ferrari territory here.

  • of the sharpest-handling, shortest-stopping and arguably best-looking four-door sedans ever to wear the three-pointed star.

  • It's a handsome, balanced looking car. It is really pretty quick for a generous-sized German sedan, at 6.8 seconds to 60 mph (quicker than the gasoline E 320).

    - The Car Connection

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Comparisons

  • Although this Benz doesn't have quite the athletic feel of BMW's 5 Series line, those who like to take the back roads will not be disappointed by the car's grip and response around turns.


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