Since the legendary "Hammer" of 1986, the E-Class with its superior AMG engine has been a central model supporting the core of Mercedes-AMG. In its latest generation, high-performance vehicle dynamics are combined with considerably more comfort and supplemented by an extensive design update. The central air cooling inlet in the completely restyled front section is significantly larger than before and now also bears the distinctive AMG-specific radiator grille, featuring vertical slats and a larger central star....Read.
||Engine || || ||MPG
|E-Class sedan E350 || ||2.0l I4 T (255-bhp) ||A9 ||RWD || || ||$54,250|
|E-Class sedan E350 4MATIC || ||2.0l I4 T (255-bhp) ||A9 ||AWD || || ||$56,750|
|E-Class sedan E350e || ||2.0l I4 HEV T (315-bhp) ||A9 ||RWD || || ||TBD|
|E-Class sedan E450 4MATIC || ||3.0l I6 T (362-bhp) ||A9 ||AWD || || ||$62,000|
|E-Class sedan AMG E 53 || ||3.0l I6 T (429-bhp) ||A9 ||AWD || || ||$73,900|
|E-Class sedan AMG E 63 S || ||4.0l V8 T (603-bhp) ||A9 ||AWD || || ||$107,500|