Mercedes revealed pricing for the 2024 E-class sedan, available in E350 and E450 forms.
The E350 comes with a turbo 2.0-liter inline-four, while the E450 has a turbo 3.0-liter inline-six. Both come standard with 4Matic all-wheel drive.
The new E-class will arrive at U.S. dealerships in the first quarter of this year, Mercedes says.
Mercedes revealed the new W214-generation E-class lineup last year, and now the first models are finally about to reach U.S. shores. While there will surely be AMG versions to follow, plus the impending arrival of the E-class All-Terrain wagon, for now we only know prices for the mainstream, Benz-badged sedan models (the coupes and convertibles are no more). The lineup kicks off with the $63,450 E350 4Matic, and continues with the more powerful E450 4Matic, starting at $69,250.
4Matic all-wheel drive is now standard across the board, meaning the previous generation's rear-wheel-drive E350 configuration is dropped. That accounts for some of the price difference, but even when comparing apples to apples the new model is between $2550 and $3050 more expensive than before. The E350 has a 255-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four, while the E450 has a 375-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, and both engines use a nine-speed automatic transmission.
Mercedes touts that the base Premium trim level comes with equipment including an AMG styling kit, a panoramic sunroof, a digital key, and a huge 14.4-inch center touchscreen. There's a higher-end Pinnacle trim level, available for an extra $2550 on both the E350 and the E450, that adds a light-up grille, ambient lighting, insulated glass, and a head-up display. There will also be standalone options including an MBUX Superscreen that adds a passenger-side display, plus an Airmatic package that includes an air suspension, adaptive dampers, and rear-wheel steering. We don't yet have prices on these options yet, and we're sure there will be all sorts of other extras such as larger wheels and premium paint and upholstery choices.
Look for more detailed information to come soon on the new E-class, as it's scheduled to go on sale in the U.S. within the next few months.
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