At a Glance
|Pricing||$48,050 - $54,650|
|Engines||3.5l V6, 5.5l V8|
|Fuel Economy||15-17 (city), 23-26 (highway)|
Mercedes has replaced their long-running CLK Class coupe with a stylish coupe version of the E Class. Although the E Class is technically mid-sized, the coupe is close in size to the BMW 3-Series, Infiniti G, and Audi A5. Two alphanumeric models indicate powertrains within. A 268-bhp 3.5 L V6 powers the E350, whereas a 382-bhp V8 powers the E550. Both models are rear-wheel-drive only and have a seven-speed automatic transmission. Unlike the sedan, there is no AMG model. Inside there is seating for four. The rear seat has two large seats similar to bucket seats joined separated by a fixed center console.
An all-new four-passenger coupe variant of the E-Class replaces the CLK coupe in the lineup. Like the sedan, the coupe is offered with either a 268-bhp 3.5 L V6 in the E350, or a 382-bhp V8 in the E550. Both models are rear-wheel-drive only and have a seven-speed automatic transmission. Unlike the sedan, there is no AMG model.
Packed with useful new safety technology, the strikingly designed 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe is likely to become another industry trend-setter. The V6-powered E350 coupe (268 horsepower, 258 lb.-ft. of torque) has a suggested retail price of $48,925, while the V8 E550 (382 hp, 391 lb.-ft.) is priced at $55,525 (both prices include destination charges). The new E-Class design begins with a "cubist" treatment of the trademark Mercedes-Benz twin-headlight face. Two parallelogram lights are recessed into the...Read.
|E-Class Coupe E350||3.5l V6 (268-bhp)||A7||RWD||17/26/21||64||$48,050|
|E-Class Coupe E550||5.5l V8 (382-bhp)||A7||RWD||15/23/19||72||$54,650|