Mercedes-Benz E-Class Overview
The E-Class has long been a benchmark luxury sports sedan. The well-finished, substantial-feeling E-Class has secure, agile handling. Luxury-trim versions have a smooth and cushy ride, but the Sport is considerably firmer. The smooth 3.5-liter V6 and seven-speed automatic returned 21 mpg overall. The four-cylinder diesel got an impressive 30 mpg overall in our tests. The interior is plush, with excellent seats and fit and finish. A coupe, convertible, and wagon (with a rare rear-facing third-row seat) are also available. Reliability has been average or better for some versions; the diesel is still unknown.
A subscription to ConsumerReports.org includes Consumer Reports road test reports (based on over 50 different tests).
Mercedes-Benz Blog Content
Products & Services
Airline travel Appliance stores Brokerage services Car insurance Computer stores Credit cards Customer service Pharmacies Electronics stores Extended warranties Eyeglass stores
Home insurance Hotel rooms Outlet stores Prepaid cards Retail stores Rewards cards Shopping websites Sporting goods stores Store credit cards Supermarkets
Buy Blu-ray players Buy camcorders Buy car seats Buy clothes dryers Buy coffeemakers Buy computers Buy cordless phones Buy digital cameras Buy dishwashers Buy GPS
Buy gas grills Buy lawn mowers Buy microwave ovens Buy printers Buy kitchen ranges Buy refrigerators Buy TVs Buy vacuum cleaners Buy washing machines
Blood Glucose Meters Blood Pressure Monitors Diet Plans Electric Toothbrushes Ellipticals Exercise Bikes Eye Creams Hair Dryers
Hair Dyes Hearing Aids Sunscreens Tooth Whiteners Treadmills Walking Shoes Wrinkle Creams Wrinkle Serums
Best Buy Drugs Health Insurance Plan Rankings Heart Surgeon Ratings Hospital Ratings ADHD Allergies Back Pain