Mercedes has confirmed pricing details for the 2021 E-Class Sedan, Coupe, Cabriolet, and All-Terrain.
Back in March, Mercedes lifted the wraps off the refreshed 2021 E-Class Sedan, followed by the updated Coupe, Cabriolet, and All-Terrain. For 2021, the Mercedes E-Class family has been updated with sharper styling, more interior tech and luxuries, and new engine options. Pricing details were kept under wraps, however - until now, just in case you forgot about the new E-Class facelift after the new S-Class stole all the limelight last week.
Arriving in US dealerships in late 2020, the 2021 E-Class Sedan will start at $54,250, while the E-Class Coupe carries an MSRP of $64,950. That makes the 2021 Sedan's start price only $200 more expensive than the 2020 model, while the 2021 Coupe costs $600 more than the cheapest 2020 model. The E-Class Cabriolet, on the other hand, will start at $71,950, while the rugged E-Class All-Terrain is priced from $67,600. If you want all-wheel drive, the E350 4Matic and E450 4Matic sedans start at $56,750 and $62,000 respectively.
Pricing for the E450 4Matic coupe starts at $67,450, while the cabriolet version will set you back $74,450. As for the high-performance AMG variants, the AMG E53 and AMG E63 S sedans start at $73,900 and $107,500, while the AMG E53 Coupe and Cabriolet cost $76,250 and $82,850, respectively. Topping the 2021 Mercedes E-Class range is the AMG E63 S Wagon, with a start price of $112,450. All prices exclude the $1,050 destination and delivery charge.
For 2021, the E-Class boasts a sportier exterior with redesigned LED headlights and taillights and a new grille and bumpers. Inside, the cabin is upgraded with the latest MBUX system featuring two 12.3-inch displays, along with a redesigned steering wheel with capacitive sensor technology and hands-off detection. New upholstery, trim, paint, and wheel options are also available.
Under the hood, the 2021 E450 and E 50 4MATIC E-Class models are powered by a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine with an integrated starter generator, EQ Boost, and a 48-volt electrical system. This setup produces 362 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque, while the EQ Boost provides a boost of up to 21 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque for a short time.
The E63 S Sedan and Wagon use a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 producing 603 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. All 2021 AMG E-Class models are also now equipped with a surround-view camera and AMG Drive Unit Steering Wheel Buttons as standard. New safety assists include exit warning assist, extended restart functionality in stop-and-go traffic, and an end-of-traffic-jam assist that can detect and respond to traffic jams before the driver is aware of them.