Nope, the Lord isn't buying this year either.
With the 2016 MY bringing an eruption of new Mercedes models to our shores, Mercedes USA has just released the pricing for its newly-released (and newly-renamed) models. Kicking off with its C Class, the C450 AMG 4Matic, which replaces the C400, this will offer a 362 hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6, AWD and chassis and appearance upgrades, all starting at $50,800. Lowest on the crossover/SUV chain, the GLC300 (formerly GLK) starts at $38,950 for RWD models and $40,950 for the AWD 4Matic. Both are powered by a 2.0-liter turbo four producing 241 hp.
The GLE (which replaces the ML SUV) and its sporty GLE Coupe derivative will go on sale this month, with a wide price range beginning at $65,100 for the 362 hp 3.0-liter twin-turbo V5 GLE450 and a stupendous $109,300 price tag for the GLE63 S AMG and its 577 hp twin turbo V8. With minor updates inside and out, the G550 goes on sale with a 416 hp 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and a base price of $119,900, while the G63 offers an improved V8 and 563 hp. The range-topping G65 AMG starts at $217,900, with 12 cylinders and 621 hp to back up its hefty price tag. If your pockets were already pinching, you'll be unhappy to hear that these prices all exclude destination and delivery charges.