4M Special Edition E320 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
2002 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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2002 E-Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the company's most popular line.If you had to pick one model that symbolizes the image of Mercedes-Benz, it would be the E-Class.It says Mercedes in the way most people understand.

The E-Class introduced the trend toward oval headlamps.It's big, square but sleek, smooth, silent and powerful.It's built like a tank with a light touch, and comes out elegant.It's a masculine car where women feel at home.And in areas such as engine design and management, chassis, drivetrain, aerodynamics, safety and computer technology, Mercedes-Benz leads the automotive engineering world.

E-Class offers three engine choices in sedan and wagon body styles.

With an all-new E-Class coming for 2003, Mercedes-Benz is offering special packages designed to provide buyers with greater value: The E320 Special Edition sedan features new 17-inch wheels, Black Birdseye Maple trim, full leather upholstery, sunroof, rain sensing wipers, premium audio system all wrapped in Black metallic or Quartz Silver metallic paint, a value of $3,000 all at no extra charge.The E430 Special Edition sedan adds Xenon headlamps and heated headlamp washers, a value of over $3,500 also at no extra charge.The Mercedes-Benz E-Class cars have been re-engineered from the axles up for the 2003 model year.Mercedes has redefined its traditional best seller with loads of new technology, a sensuously athletic new look and more youthful, vigorous driving dynamics.

The E-Class has never been the biggest, fastest nor most technically sophisticated of the Mercedes-Benz cars, but it is surely the most recognizable Mercedes in the world.The company's mid-line E-Class luxury sedan is a fixture from Burbank to Berlin to Baghdad.

The E-Class was knocked from the top of Mercedes' U.S.sales chart in 2001 for the first time ever, replaced by the compact C-Class sedan and coupe.The switch, more than likely, is an anomaly.Since World War II, the E-Class has accounted for nearly half of Mercedes' worldwide sales.Without major updates since 1995, the outgoing E-Class might have grown stale in the buying public's eye, and it still averaged 50,000 sales annually for the past five years.

The importance of the E-Class in Mercedes' lineup brings an important benefit for consumers: The company spent four full years and nearly $2 billion developing the all-new 2003 model.By any measure, that's serious investment.Clearly, the company in Stuttgart is flexing its muscles for a real show of force.It appears BMW and Audi have cause for concern here.
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2002 E-Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the company's most popular line.If you had to pick one model that symbolizes the image of Mercedes-Benz, it would be the E-Class.It says Mercedes in the way most people understand.

The E-Class introduced the trend toward oval headlamps.It's big, square but sleek, smooth, silent and powerful.It's built like a tank with a light touch, and comes out elegant.It's a masculine car where women feel at home.And in areas such as engine design and management, chassis, drivetrain, aerodynamics, safety and computer technology, Mercedes-Benz leads the automotive engineering world.

E-Class offers three engine choices in sedan and wagon body styles.

With an all-new E-Class coming for 2003, Mercedes-Benz is offering special packages designed to provide buyers with greater value: The E320 Special Edition sedan features new 17-inch wheels, Black Birdseye Maple trim, full leather upholstery, sunroof, rain sensing wipers, premium audio system all wrapped in Black metallic or Quartz Silver metallic paint, a value of $3,000 all at no extra charge.The E430 Special Edition sedan adds Xenon headlamps and heated headlamp washers, a value of over $3,500 also at no extra charge.The Mercedes-Benz E-Class cars have been re-engineered from the axles up for the 2003 model year.Mercedes has redefined its traditional best seller with loads of new technology, a sensuously athletic new look and more youthful, vigorous driving dynamics.

The E-Class has never been the biggest, fastest nor most technically sophisticated of the Mercedes-Benz cars, but it is surely the most recognizable Mercedes in the world.The company's mid-line E-Class luxury sedan is a fixture from Burbank to Berlin to Baghdad.

The E-Class was knocked from the top of Mercedes' U.S.sales chart in 2001 for the first time ever, replaced by the compact C-Class sedan and coupe.The switch, more than likely, is an anomaly.Since World War II, the E-Class has accounted for nearly half of Mercedes' worldwide sales.Without major updates since 1995, the outgoing E-Class might have grown stale in the buying public's eye, and it still averaged 50,000 sales annually for the past five years.

The importance of the E-Class in Mercedes' lineup brings an important benefit for consumers: The company spent four full years and nearly $2 billion developing the all-new 2003 model.By any measure, that's serious investment.Clearly, the company in Stuttgart is flexing its muscles for a real show of force.It appears BMW and Audi have cause for concern here.Hide Full Review