As released by Mercedes-Benz, pricing for its ten variants of the E-Class ranges from EUR 41,590 for the E220 up to EUR 70,269 for the E500 4matic.
Still unwrapped, Mercedes has two 4-cylinder models, a gasoline and diesel which is set to be made available this coming fall. Mercedes says that the pricing for the new models, even though they come with new features, is as close to the last generation models.
These standard features would include fuel efficiency across the range, adjustable shock absorbers, fatigue recognition, daytime LED running lights, Bluetooth interface, and a fresh color display. E-class V6 or V8 receives direct steering and a 7-speed auto transmission. While the E500 8-cylinder comes equipped with pneumatic suspension and damping system.
The Elegance pack, priced at EUR 1,921, comes with ambient lighting, burr-walnut wood trim, 10-spoke 16 inch alloy wheels, and fresh seat. While in the AvantGarde pack, priced at EUR 3,361, includes a fresh front-face, sports suspension, bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime lights, LED taillamps, and 17 inch alloy wheels. Mercedes-Benz offers also an AMG Sports Package and an Exclusive Package for more demanding customers.
AMG Sports package features AMG-design bumpers and side skirts, sports seats, three-spoke steering wheel, 18-inch AMG light alloy wheels and it costs between EUR 2,915 and EUR 4,046.
Exclusive package is priced at EUR 4,284 and includes wood-leather steering wheel, an Alcantara roof lining and pillar trim, nappa leather seat upholstery, and a high-quality upholstered instrument panel.