In 2023, the base price of a Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan will be $55,750, the base price of a coupe will be $67,500, the base price of a waggon will be $69.400, and the base price of a cabriolet will be $74,650.
The Sedan is the least expensive option available in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class lineup, starting at $56,000 (including the $1,050 destination charge).
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet has a base price of $147,153 (before on-road costs), which is $14,000 more than the E-Class Coupe and $17,000 more than the four-door E-Class Sedan.
The 2022 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is one of the few luxury mid-size cars that isn’t available as a coupe or sedan.
The new E-Class sedans start at an MSRP of $54,950 for the base 2022 model year E 350, plus a $950 destination fee.
When you factor in the 2022 E-long Class’s list of advanced driver assistance features, plus its high-end cabin and sturdy construction, you can see why this Mercedes-Benz is so highly regarded in the luxury midsize car segment.
The E-high-tech class’s features are only noticeable as a drawback when operating certain controls, which is unfortunate.