Base E 450 2dr All-wheel Drive 4MATIC Coupe
2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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The 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a choose-your-own-adventure kind of luxury car. Want a traditional luxury sedan? An E 350 Sedan is likely the vehicle for you. Maybe you want a convertible with a little extra grunt? The Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet is the way to go. Perhaps you want to make Ikea runs as quickly and loudly as possible? Well, it would be the AMG E 63 S Wagon that best fits your life. We could do this all day, but you get the point. Mercedes revamped the E-Class in 2017 to more resemble a scaled-down S-Class, and it hasn’t looked back since. The interior quality and styling is all up to par with the much more expensive flagship sedan (although its tech lags behind other more recently redesigned Benzes). It also compares favorably to its German competitors. Both the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series are fine automobiles, but the E-Class is still the leader in luxury. Perhaps the obsessive need to fill white space with variants of a car isn’t exactly necessary in the crossover-heavy world we live in, but the E-Class is so excellent in every variation that we can hardly complain. What’s new for 2020? The 2020 Mercedes E-Class sedan gets a 14-horsepower bump for its base engine. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder now produces 255 horsepower. That upgrade results in the model designation changing from E 300 to E 350 (Mercedes numbers long ago stopped aligning with engine displacement). Additionally, every model now comes standard with blind-spot warning and proximity entry with push-button start. The last minor change is the addition of the Premium package being included as standard in the coupe and convertible E-Classes. What’s the interior and in-car technology like? Mercedes-Benz is safely in first place when it comes to German luxury car interiors, and the E-Class is no exception. The general design is consistent across all versions of the E-Class, so far as the dash layout is concerned. It flows from one side to the other with elegant lines and beautiful flourishes. Materials are all top of class and feel like genuine luxury when you start moving your hand around the various surfaces. Good luck customizing the interior to the exact way you’d like, as the upholstery and trim options never seem to end. You can choose traditional leather colors and patterns or go with bright and vibrant accents. The options change depending on what level of performance E-Class you bought, giving way to even more customization options. So long as you actually like the basic design of the interior, we’re almost certain that you can find a spec to fall in love with. Mercedes crams this car full of so much tech that you’re going to need to read the owner’s manual three times over before you start to understand how to use it all. It can be overwhelming, even if the multiple ways of controlling the system at least allows you to choose your preferred input method. You can use the …
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The 2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a choose-your-own-adventure kind of luxury car. Want a traditional luxury sedan? An E 350 Sedan is likely the vehicle for you. Maybe you want a convertible with a little extra grunt? The Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet is the way to go. Perhaps you want to make Ikea runs as quickly and loudly as possible? Well, it would be the AMG E 63 S Wagon that best fits your life. We could do this all day, but you get the point. Mercedes revamped the E-Class in 2017 to more resemble a scaled-down S-Class, and it hasn’t looked back since. The interior quality and styling is all up to par with the much more expensive flagship sedan (although its tech lags behind other more recently redesigned Benzes). It also compares favorably to its German competitors. Both the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series are fine automobiles, but the E-Class is still the leader in luxury. Perhaps the obsessive need to fill white space with variants of a car isn’t exactly necessary in the crossover-heavy world we live in, but the E-Class is so excellent in every variation that we can hardly complain. What’s new for 2020? The 2020 Mercedes E-Class sedan gets a 14-horsepower bump for its base engine. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder now produces 255 horsepower. That upgrade results in the model designation changing from E 300 to E 350 (Mercedes numbers long ago stopped aligning with engine displacement). Additionally, every model now comes standard with blind-spot warning and proximity entry with push-button start. The last minor change is the addition of the Premium package being included as standard in the coupe and convertible E-Classes. What’s the interior and in-car technology like? Mercedes-Benz is safely in first place when it comes to German luxury car interiors, and the E-Class is no exception. The general design is consistent across all versions of the E-Class, so far as the dash layout is concerned. It flows from one side to the other with elegant lines and beautiful flourishes. Materials are all top of class and feel like genuine luxury when you start moving your hand around the various surfaces. Good luck customizing the interior to the exact way you’d like, as the upholstery and trim options never seem to end. You can choose traditional leather colors and patterns or go with bright and vibrant accents. The options change depending on what level of performance E-Class you bought, giving way to even more customization options. So long as you actually like the basic design of the interior, we’re almost certain that you can find a spec to fall in love with. Mercedes crams this car full of so much tech that you’re going to need to read the owner’s manual three times over before you start to understand how to use it all. It can be overwhelming, even if the multiple ways of controlling the system at least allows you to choose your preferred input method. You can use the …
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Engine 3.0L V-6
MPG 19 City / 26 Hwy
Seating 4 Passengers
Transmission 9-spd w/OD
Power 362 @ 5500 rpm
Drivetrain 4MATIC all wheel
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