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2014 Mercedes E-Class Coupe

In With The (Slightly) Old And The (Sort Of) New Though the S-Class is the profit-per-unit world champion, Mercedes' stalwart E-Class is still the company's most reliable producer of profits. The latter tends to represent the model that most humans on Earth think of when they think of Mercedes-Benz. The taxi version of the E-Class sedan used in Europe and elsewhere is the usual reason given for this familiarity we all have with the E, but c'mon, it also happens to be a pretty stunning piece of work in its market segment. Today we're trying the upgraded and massaged fourth-generation ... Read More

Vital Stats

3.0L Bi-Turbo V6
329 HP / 354 LB-FT
7-Speed Auto
Base Price:
$56,000 (est.)
As-Tested Price:
$63,500 (est.)
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