Mercedes-Benz announced a raft of updates for the 2021 E-Class back in March: new exterior styling, more driver-assist technology, more in-cabin tech and the electrification of some of its powertrains. The German automaker even gave the U.S. a new-to-us All Terrain wagon for 2021, a challenger for the Audi Allroad wagon. Now, six months later, we have an idea of what the new E-Class will cost in its various forms: more, but not as much as you may have thought.
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The E-Class is arguably Mercedes’ most versatile vehicle in the U.S., available in sedan, coupe, cabriolet and wagon body styles. High-performance AMG versions of the sedan and wagon are also available, as are additional — and less-hardcore — AMG variants of the sedan, coupe and cabriolet. That diversity also shows in the E-Class’ range of prices, starting at just more than $55,000 for the base E350 sedan and nearly doubling for the AMG E63 S sedan. The AMG E63 S wagon is more than double the base sedan, but the only other wagon for 2021 is the All Terrain, leaving us without a similar wagon comparison.
Engine options range from a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine in the E350 to a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder with a mild-hybrid system in the E450. AMG E53 models use the turbo six-cylinder as well (with extra tuning for added performance), while the AMG E63 S models are powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8. The sole transmission is a nine-speed automatic, though AMG models get specially tuned versions.
Here’s the current range of pricing for the 2021 E-Class, broken down by body style. All prices include a $1,050 destination fee, $55 more than the 2020’s $995 fee.
- E350 (rear-wheel drive): $55,300 (a $255 increase over the outgoing model)
- E350 (all-wheel drive): $57,800 ($255 increase)
- E450 (AWD): $63,050 ($505 increase)
- AMG E53 (AWD): $74,950 ($155 increase)
- AMG E63 S (AWD): $108,550 ($205 increase)
- E450 (RWD): $66,000 ($655 increase)
- E450 (AWD): $68,500 ($655 increase)
- AMG E53 (AWD): $77,300 ($1,355 increase)
- E450 (RWD): $73,000 ($605 increase)
- E450 (AWD): $75,500 ($605 increase)
- AMG E53 (AWD): $83,900 ($1,255 increase)
- E450 All Terrain (AWD): $68,650
- AMG E63 S (AWD): $113,500 ($755 increase)
Mercedes says the new 2021 E-Class will begin arriving in dealerships later this year.
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