The 2016 Mercedes-Benz E Class made a big splash at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show and now we have some information regarding its pricing.

[update] - Mercedes-Benz has released the full official German pricing information about the all-new E Class executive sedan and we can confirm the pricing we shared over the weekend was correct. The company also confirmed the model is already available to order and deliveries will start from April.

All three models (E 200, E 200d, and E 350d) are equipped with the 9G-TRONIC nine-speed automatic transmission as standard. The model can be equipped with optional multibeam LED headlights ($2,525), Air Body Control system ($2,462), remote control parking system, and many more. Higher-end models will be offered with individually configurable double display ($1,101), and the COMAND multimedia system ($3,562).



E 200

E 220 d

E 350 d

Number of cylinders/arrangement

4/in-line

4/in-line

6/V

Displacement (cc)

1991

1950

2987

Rated output (kW/hp at rpm)

135/184 at 5500

143/194 at 3800

190/258 at 3400

Rated torque (Nm at rpm)

300 at 1200-4000

400 at 1600-2800

620 at 1600-2400

Combined fuel consumption from (l/100 km)

6.3-5.9

4.3-3.9

5.5-5.1

Combined CO2 emissions from (g/km)

142-132

112-102

144-133

Efficiency class

B

A+

A

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

7.7

7.3

5.9

Top speed (km/h)

240

240

250

Price1 from (€)

45,303.30

47,124

55,602.75

The 2016 Mercedes-Benz E Class made a big splash at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show and now we have some information regarding its pricing.

While nothing is official yet, Mercedes-Benz Passion Blog reports the all-new premium sedan will start from $49,436 (€45,303) for the E 200 version with a 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine. Interestingly, this price is for a model equipped with a 9G-TRONIC automatic gearbox and we still don't have information whether a 6-speed manual will be offered.

Until now, the base E 200 was available at $46,294 (€42,423) but featured a 6-speed manual gearbox. A quick comparison shows that analogous E 200 with automatic now costs $351 (€322) more than before.

On the diesel side, the E 220d with the 9G-TRONIC will wear a starting price of $51,424 (€47,124), while in June it will be joined by the E 350d that will be available at $60,675 (€55,602).

The first Mercedes-AMG version with 402 horsepower is expected to arrive in June and will wear the E 43 AMG moniker. A CNG version is not planned at this point.

Higher-end models will feature cool gadgets such as a steering wheel with touch-sensitive control, a Burmester 3D surround audio system, a semi-autonomous driving system called Drive Pilot, a Remote Parking Pilot system, and more.

Source: Mercedes-Benz Passion Blog

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