Mercedes-Benz USA has announced the suggested retail price of the model year 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan and all-new Coupe, which will arrive in U.S. Mercedes-Benz dealerships this summer. The new E350 coupe model will be priced at $48,925, which is an 8.2 percent value increase over the CLK350 it replaces despite the increase in standard equipment, such as a panorama roof, driver’s knee airbag, ATTENTION ASSIST and a seven-inch COMAND display. The E550 coupe will start at $55,525, including an $875 destination fee.
The E350 sedan will start at $49,475, representing a value increase of 10.2 percent from the 2009 model. The standard equipment list has also increased with the addition of ATTENTION ASSIST, AGILITY CONTROL, driver’s knee airbag and front pelvic airbags. The E550 sedan will be priced at $57,175 (including an $875 destination fee). The E-Class sedan will be available with 4MATIC all wheel drive this September, for an additional $2,500.
The successor to a long line of premium luxury vehicles, the new E-Class sedan continues to set the standard in terms of safety, comfort and advanced technology in its market segment.
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