Drive Wire: Mercedes Cuts The Price Of The E-Class
More good news for luxury car shoppers – Mercedes Benz has released pricing for the next E-Class, and it’s actually getting a price cut. 2017 “E” models will start at $53,075, a little more than a $1,000 less than the outgoing model. For that you get a turbo four-cylinder instead of a six cylinder engine, but Mercedes says the new model comes with more standard goodies, and the interior has been redesigned to be more in line with the range-topping S-Class. News about the rest of the line will be out soon, but for now, the E-Class looks like that rare thing – a Mercedes bargain.
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