The newly refreshed 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan will start at $54,250 (plus a $1,050 destination charge) when they begin arriving at American dealers in late 2020. If you prefer a different layout, the E-Class Coupe will begin at $64,950; the E-Class All-Terrain wagon will be $67,600, and the E-Class Cabriolet will be $71,950.
Aesthetically, the refreshed E-Class has generally cleaner styling in front that includes more rounded headlights and a downward sloping grille. Inside, there’s the company’s high-tech MBUX infotainment system that uses a pair of 12.3-inch screens.
The updated E-Class’ safety tech suite gets a few improvements. Exit Warning Assist continues to monitor the blind spots after the driver shuts off the engine and warns occupants if they attempt to open the door into oncoming traffic or cyclists. The stop-and-go adaptive cruise control can now restart the vehicle even after sitting for a minute after coming to a halt.
The E-Class’ powertrain range starts with the E350 with a turbocharged inline-four engine making 255 horsepower (190 kilowatts) and 273 pound-feet (370 Newton-meters). The E450 models have a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six with Mercedes’ EQ Boost mild hybrid assistance. The setup provides 362 hp (269 kW) and 369 lb-ft (500 Nm). The E53 uses the same engine but makes 429 hp (320 kW) and 384 lb-ft (520 Nm). The range-topping E63 S has a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with 603 hp (450 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque.
The tables below show full pricing for the entire 2021 E-Class range in the US.