Mercedes-Benz’s bestseller has got a mid-cycle refresh for the 2021 model year, a new powertrain and tech added.
The 2021 E-Class features exterior tweaks at the front and rear, new touch-sensitive steering wheels, a standard 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, the latest MBUX infotainment system, and a new inline-six engine.
A starting price slightly increased to $55,300. At the end of this year, the 2021 cars will reach U.S. dealerships.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class comes in five different versions: E350 and E450, both available with 4Matic all-wheel-drive, the E450 All Terrain AWD, and the hot AMG-tuned E53 and E63 S. The E450 and Mercedes-AMG E53 come in two-door and drop-top variants.
2021 U.S. Pricing
The prices for the U.S. car marker start from:
- base E350 Sedan (a turbo 255-hp 2.0-liter inline-four) – $55,300;
- E350 Sedan with all-wheel drive – $57,800;
- E450 AWD Sedan (a new 362-hp 3.0-liter inline-six turbo engine paired with a 48V hybrid system) – $63,050;
- E450 Coupe – $66,000;
- E450 AWD Coupe – $68,500;
- E450 All Terrain Wagon – $68,650;
- E450 Cabriolet – $73,000;
- E450 AWD Cabriolet – $75,500.
Mercedes-AMG offers two high-performance variants for the 2021 E-Class: the E53 with an AMG-tuned 3.0-liter 429-hp inline-six turbo engine, and E63 S with AMG’s twin-turbo 4.0-liter 603-hp V8.
- E53 Sedan – $74,950;
- E53 Coupe – $77,300;
- E53 Cabriolet – $83,900;
- E63 S Sedan – $108,550;
- E63 S Wagon – $113,500.