E450 All-Terrain Receives Fresh E-Class Updates

Mercedes-Benz has revealed a fresh update to the E450 All-Terrain after the launch of the all-new E Class.

By Justin Cornelison | September 15, 2023
Mercedes-Benz Unveils the All-New 2024 E-Class Sedan

Mercedes-Benz has introduced the all-new 2024 E-class sedan, which is a combines traditional three-box sedan proportions to include futuristic interior features.

By Justin Cornelison | April 25, 2023
2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class to Debut April 25th

Mercedes-Benz has teased the launch of its latest luxury sedan, the 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which is set to debut on April 25.

By Justin Cornelison | April 10, 2023
Mercedes-Benz Unveils the New E-Class Interior

The new E-Class interior offers an immersive, interactive, and intelligent experience with its digital innovations.

By Justin Cornelison | February 24, 2023
Review: 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Back in December, Mercedes-Benz unveiled its updated E-Class Sedan and Wagon. Now, we’ve gotten our first look at the sportier-looking Coupe and Cabriolet. Immediately noticeable on all four variants are the new headlights. The dual lamps that have identified the E-Class for the past several generations have been replaced with a unit that is more in keeping with current design language.

By Brandon Turkus | January 04, 2013
Rumors: Industry Report–Mercedes-Benz Planning New Entry Level E-Class?

A recent report on Car and Driver indicates that Mercedes-Benz could be planning a new entry level E-Class sedan–likely to be called the E300–for launch in the United States.

By Doran Dal Pra | May 23, 2012
Quick Drive: 2012 Mercedes-Benz E550 4Matic

This is the perfect Mercedes-Benz.

By Winding Road Staff | May 07, 2012
Beijing 2012: Mercedes-Benz Concept Style Coupe

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its latest concept, the Concept Style Coupe, ahead of Auto China 2012. The sleek four-door coupe bares more than a passing resemblance, in terms of shape, to the CLS-Class that is currently on sale.

By Brandon Turkus | April 19, 2012
First Look: 2013 Mercedes-Benz E400 Hybrid

Mercedes-Benz offered up two hybrid versions of its popular E-Class luxury sedan for the Detroit show goers this year—one powered by a gasoline-fed V-6 engine, and the other by a diesel four. Both the gasoline and diesel versions are mated to a 20kW electric motor, and can claim to deliver superior fuel efficiency within their respective marketplaces.

By Seyth Miersma | January 10, 2012
Driven: 2013 Lexus GS350

In the world of mid-size luxury sedans, the big players have been the BMW 5-Series, Audi A6 and Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The Lexus GS, meanwhile, skated under the proverbial radar, lacking the performance cred of the 5-Series, the luxury cachet of the E-Class, or the sumptuous interior of the A6. It wasn’t a bad car, but even Lexus admits the Germans had dominated the market. Lexus is hoping to reverse that trend with the 2013 GS, and after a long day flogging it at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, we think Toyota’s luxury brand has got a pretty good shot of doing it.

By Brandon Turkus | December 03, 2011
First Look: 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG

If there’s one thing that Mercedes-Benz has taught us over the last few years, it’s that the suffix “63 AMG” is a powerfully entertainingly one. Certainly the C- and E-Class get along fine with AMG-tuned V-8 engines, and given what a leap forward we found the basic ML this summer, we expect the high-po version to be the best driver’s SUV in the history of the model. (Small expectations, yes?)

By Seyth Miersma | November 15, 2011
Mercedes-Benz Outlines Model Year 2012 Plans

Mercedes-Benz has released a wealth of details about the changes to the brand’s model year 2012 offerings. While some aren’t terrifically exciting, there are a few good nuggets of information pertaining to new engine options and body styles.

By Brandon Turkus | May 12, 2011
Blog: Mercedes-Benz E350 Wagon Is A Case For Unashamed Love Of Wagons

The E-Class sedan is a classically handsome vehicle. The wagon, with its extended roofline, curved rear windows, and a bumper that blends more integrally into the whole rear landscape of the vehicle, looks great. Taking in the E350 wagon, I don’t get the feeling that this is the humble grocery-getter that wagons have come across as for many years. I think—and the E wagon supports my case—that this notion is obsolete.

By John Beltz Snyder | November 29, 2010
Driven: 2010 Mercedes-Benz E550 Coupe

The last time we got behind he wheel of the 2010 E-Class Coupe, the car in question was the V-6-powered E350. Tom Martin found that iteration of the car to be great-looking but too soft, underpowered, and pretty isolated. Not exactly the pick of the driver’s car litter then. So, when the opportunity arose to try out the higher-power E550, that of the 5.5-liter, 382-horsepower, and 391-pound-feet of torque V-8, we were excited to see if the result was any more sporting.

By Seyth Miersma | May 18, 2010
Driven: 2011 Mercedes-Benz E350 CGI BlueEfficiency, E550 Convertible

Two generations ago—the A208 CLK-Class convertible of 1996 to 2002—this was a masculine-looking car. Today’s recently discontinued generation A209 CLK convertible was more leaning toward the feminine side with nearly 65 percent of purchases having been made by the fairer sex worldwide.

By Matt Davis | March 05, 2010
Detroit 2010: Mercedes-Benz E550 Convertible

In this gallery, we see the more powerful 2011 E550 Convertible from the 2010 North American International Auto Show

By John Beltz Snyder | January 11, 2010
Detroit 2010: Mercedes-Benz E350 Convertible

Mercedes-Benz announced the E-Class Convertible ahead of the Detroit Auto Show, but we now have photos from the show floor.

By John Beltz Snyder | January 11, 2010
Report: Mercedes-Benz Working On CLS Estate To Rival 5-Series GT, A7 Sportback

The CLS Estate will take a lot of its design direction from the original Mercedes-Benz ConceptFASCINATION (shown above), and its underpinnings will be a heavily revised version of the E-Class platform. In speaking with Autocar, a source at Mercedes-Benz says that the CLS Estate has been in the works since around 2004, and that a concept version was originally supposed to be shown at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show.

By Steven J. Ewing | January 04, 2010
Tested: 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible

This is not a drive feature exclusive, no, but we were going 87 miles per hour while at the wheel of the new “A207” Mercedes E-Class convertible that lands in North America in June 2010 after a January 11 European launch. Driving “no hands”, too. Beside us, riding shotgun, was a beautifully stoic and bald woman named Tanja. We exchanged no words, enjoying the ride of the open-top Merc at the dawn of a new winter.

By Matt Davis | December 22, 2009
First Look: 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible

Kiss the CLK-Class goodbye—the debut of the new 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible marks the end of CLK badging, but ushers in a sexy new convertible poised to take on the Audi A5 and BMW 3-Series droptops.

By Steven J. Ewing | December 15, 2009
Driven: 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350 Sport

With the new E-Class, Mercedes-Benz is doing its best to get beyond the “middle child” reputation that most cars in this class seem to have. Neither fish nor fowl, mid-sized Euro sedans (e.g. 5-Series, A6 and S-Type) have lacked the sportiness of their smaller brethren, while also giving up the luxury and presence of the parent company’s flagship sedan. In the case of Mercedes-Benz, we thought the last generation E-Class was rather bland and characterless.

So, when we found ourselves liking the new E350 Sport quite a bit, we were pleasantly surprised. It is still a middle of the road kind of car, but this time M-B dialed in some attractions for the driver that greatly helped us make sense of the car. If you want a good daily driver, not a four-door sports car, this one is worth a look.

By Tom Martin | October 05, 2009


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