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2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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MSRP* $53,500 - $69,800
Invoice* $50,290 - $65,612

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City 19 - 21 MPG Hwy 26 - 30 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.3 (out of 5)
Value 4.3
Exterior 4.4
Interior 4.8
Comfort 4.6
Performance 4.4
Reliability 4.7
Dependable and solid like tank

by Khan from Stamford | February 19, 2020

Very good, cozy , safe and multiple features, enjoy to drive, dependable . I recommend this and prefer than other luxury cars available in markets

Get car! feel safe because of the safety features.

by Jean from Athens, GA | November 08, 2019

Great car! Love the different features and safety of the car. Performance. Is great. My family and I enjoy the smooth ride. I love driving this car.

ALMOST a great car

by Ahlacarts from Lakeland Florida | November 07, 2019

The 2019 E300 is our 10th Mercedes Benz, we would consider ourselves exclusively Mercedes Owners. We have been driving the E300 for about 90 days now. Our Previous car was a 2015 E350. All of the things you would expect are in place, superior engineering, great handling, ergonomics, comfort systems. So i wont waste time talking about all the things that Mercedes gets right. I have some complaints about this car that may or may not bother others. The front doors don't stay open while entering or exiting the vehicle, if you don't hold them open they will swing close which is extremely irritating. The car has a large blind spot at the front pillar and the side mirror that you have to be careful of when operating the vehicle. There is noticeably less power and throttle response than the previous six cylinder normally aspirated engine. The 4 cylinder twin turbo design has a turbo lag that is prominent. The virtual dashboard is amazing but has a couple of quirks you may want to think about. With the older analog radio controls you could easily and quickly "surf" radio stations via a next or seek style button. The new mouse/joystick design requires you to swipe, or spin the control. This is slower and honestly irritating. When i am surfing, i don't need to see the radio info i want to hear the next option. This may be purely a personal preference but the experience is significantly different on this system. The air conditioning on this vehicle is not as efficient as earlier models. Once the car becomes superheated in hot summer months (central florida) this car can take 5-7 minutes before the vent temps feel truly cool/cold. In the older E350 the car could overcome the same conditions in 2 minutes. I would suspect the air box and firewall are less insulated and or the evaporator has been downsized to save space for electronics and weight reduction. As other reviewers have noted, this car has moderate wind noise at highway speeds. Overall we don't regret this purchase and understand each car and platform have their own personality and feel, its just the first time we have noticed this many quirky things when changing from one chassis to another.

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2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Overview

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a mid-size luxury car that has sedan, coupe, cabriolet, or wagon body styles. Inside, it features a standard 12.3-inch infotainment system that blends seamlessly with the optional 12.3-inch digital instrumental cluster. The E-Class competes with the Lincoln Continental, BMW 5-Series, and Audi A6.

Three trims are available: E 300, E 400, and E 550.

A sedan is the only body style for the E 300, while the E 400 is available as a coupe or a cabriolet. The E 550 has cabriolet and wagon options.

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.