2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Available Trims

2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Available Trims

  • Name E 300 Luxury (4MATIC Sedan) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 54650.00 Engine 2.0 L/121 City/Hwy MPG 22/29
  • Name E 300 Luxury (RWD Sedan) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 52150.00 Engine 2.0 L/121 City/Hwy MPG 22/30
  • Name E 300 Sport (4MATIC Sedan) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 54650.00 Engine 2.0 L/121 City/Hwy MPG 22/29
  • Name E 300 Sport (RWD Sedan) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 52150.00 Engine 2.0 L/121 City/Hwy MPG 22/30
  • Name E 550 (RWD Coupe) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 60650.00 Engine 4.7 L/285 City/Hwy MPG 18/26
  • Name E 550 (RWD Cabriolet) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 69100.00 Engine 4.7 L/285 City/Hwy MPG 17/25
  • Name E 400 (RWD Coupe) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 54550.00 Engine 3.0 L/183 City/Hwy MPG 20/29
  • Name E 400 (4MATIC Coupe) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 57050.00 Engine 3.0 L/183 City/Hwy MPG 20/28
  • Name E 400 (RWD Cabriolet) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 62600.00 Engine 3.0 L/183 City/Hwy MPG 20/29
  • Name AMG E 43 (4MATIC Sedan) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 72400.00 Engine 3.0 L/183 City/Hwy MPG 18/25
  • Name E 400 Luxury (4MATIC Wagon) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 62300.00 Engine 3.0 L/183 City/Hwy MPG 19/25
  • Name E 400 Sport (4MATIC Wagon) Transmission Automatic w/OD MSRP 62300.00 Engine 3.0 L/183 City/Hwy MPG 19/25

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