Sedan, Automatic, 2,143 cc, Diesel, 14.2 kmpl
Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi)
The E Class history can be traced back to the 1950s, but the E Class was officially the badge of a Mercedes mid size sedan in 1994. The E Class is also one of the most well known models from the German car maker. The car has gone through multiple design changes and it is hard to say which generation it is currently apart of. The most recent facelift happened in 2013. The E Class competes with other high end luxury cars such as the Audi A6 and the BMW 5 Series.
Most all Mercedes cars are based on the E Class design. Every other model takes design cues from this legendary model and the car is probably one of the most widely recognized designs in the world. The large front chrome grille with the three-pointed star, the rectangular headlights that now swoop back, and the sharp lines along the body that give the car an angled look on the road are typical of the E Class and have paved the way for all other Mercedes cars. The latest generation E Class comes with large alloy wheels and even more accentuated lines to make it more modern and aggressive on the road. The car is very long and is just under 5 metres.
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Jasbir Singh Batra #270
Reviewed on Nov 30, 2011
This model serves my needs with respect to budget, style, elegance, brand and class in the society. Being an investment banker, such a car is doing justice to my working standards and brand building.
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