Mercedes E-Class

The great all-arounder. A concept as familiar to sports fans as it is dear to gearheads, the expression sums up a person or thing that excels by way of diffuse – rather than concentrated – excellence. This is an especially formidable concept in the picky midsize sedan segment of the...

- Reviewed by Seyth Miersma


2015 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
MSRP: $51,800 - $103,200
2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
MSRP: $51,400 - $102,370
2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
MSRP: $51,000 - $92,400
2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
MSRP: $49,800 - $91,500
2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
MSRP: $48,850 - $87,600
Mercedes calling in CLS, E-Class over rubber seal fire risk

A rubber seal that could fall onto the exhaust and start a fire has prompted Mercedes-Benz and NHTSA to recall 147,224 E-Class and CLS models.
Mercedes plotting E-Class Maybach, next A-Class for the US?

Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Steve Cannon tells Automotive News that there is more to come from the Maybach sub-brand, suggesting the E-Class could get a piece of the superluxury trim. The company is also considering bringing the next-generation A-Class to the States.
Here's how Detroit is selling more luxury vehicles than Germany and Japan

Now there's an attention-grabbing headline, eh? Although the answer to the riddle - pickup trucks and SUVs - might be somehow deflating, the numbers involved deserve a going over. According to TrueCar's figures (click on the table to enlarge), six of the year's ten best-selling vehicles in the US that sell for a transaction price above $50,000 are body-on-frame, and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the only foreigner to crack the top five.

For Sale

2008 Mercedes-Benz E
$13,890 / 87,146 miles / CT
2009 Mercedes-Benz E
$15,990 / 84,135 miles / CT
2014 Mercedes-Benz E
/ 32,137 miles / NY