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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021]

    Version
    E 200 Expression [2019-2020]
    City
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    ₹ 57.50 Lakh
    Last Recorded Price
    Mercedes-Benz has discontinued the E-Class [2017-2021] and the car is out of production.

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Key Specifications

    Price₹ 57.50 Lakh onwards
    Mileage12.06 kmpl
    Engine1950 to 3982 cc
    TransmissionAutomatic & Automatic (Torque Converter)
    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Summary

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Price:

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] price starts at ₹ 57.50 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 1.53 Crore. The price of Petrol variant for E-Class [2017-2021] ranges between ₹ 57.50 Lakh - ₹ 1.53 Crore and the price of Diesel variant for E-Class [2017-2021] ranges between ₹ 58.80 Lakh - ₹ 79.64 Lakh.

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Versions:

    E-Class [2017-2021] is available in 16 variants. Out of these 16 variants, 10 are Automatic and 6 are Automatic (Torque Converter).

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Colours:

    E-Class [2017-2021] is offered in 5 colours: Obsidian Black Metallic, Iridium Silver Metallic, Selenite Grey Metallic, Polar White and Cavansite Blue Metallic. However, some of these colours are available in specific versions.

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Competitors:

    E-Class [2017-2021] is competing against Mercedes-Benz V-Class, Mercedes-Benz C-Coupe, Porsche 718, BMW X7, Audi Q8, Land Rover Range Rover Sport, BMW 8 Series, Maserati Levante and Maserati Ghibli.

    E-Class [2017-2021] Price List in India (Versions)

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    VersionsLast Recorded PriceSpecificationsCompare

    E 200 Expression [2019-2020]

    ₹ 57.50 Lakh
    1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 200 Expression [2019-2019]

    ₹ 57.51 Lakh
    1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 220d Expression [2019-2019]

    ₹ 58.80 Lakh
    1950 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 200 Avantgarde

    ₹ 59.12 Lakh
    1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 220 d Avantgarde

    ₹ 60.13 Lakh
    1950 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 200 Exclusive [2019-2019]

    ₹ 61.80 Lakh
    1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 200 Expression

    ₹ 62.78 Lakh
    1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    E 220d Exclusive [2019-2019]

    ₹ 62.80 Lakh
    1950 cc, Diesel, Automatic, 12.06 kmpl
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    E 220d Expression

    ₹ 63.87 Lakh
    1950 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    E 200 Exclusive

    ₹ 67.25 Lakh
    1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    E 220d Exclusive

    ₹ 68.33 Lakh
    1950 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    E 350 d Exclusive [2017-2019]

    ₹ 73.59 Lakh
    2987 cc, Diesel, Automatic
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    E 350 d [2019-2020]

    ₹ 75.27 Lakh
    2987 cc, Diesel, Automatic
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    E 350d Elite

    ₹ 79.64 Lakh
    2925 cc, Diesel, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    E 63 AMG S 4MATIC + [2018-2019]

    ₹ 1.50 Crore
    3982 cc, Petrol, Automatic
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    E 63 AMG S 4MATIC +

    ₹ 1.53 Crore
    3982 cc, Petrol, Automatic (Torque Converter)
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    CarWale's Take

    • Good Things
      • Limo-like luxurious rear seat experience
      • Powerful engine options
      • Loads of safety features
    • Could be Better
      • Ride quality isn’t as plush as rivals
      • Difficult to park in tight spaces
      • Sparse storage for rear seat passengers

    E-Class [2017-2021] Verdict

    The E-Class exudes the perfect image of comfort and luxury. It provides the best rear seat ambience in segment and plays the role of a family car better than its rivals. Mercedes has an edge over competition in terms of after-sales network and service, making a buyer not think much before going for this impressive luxury sedan.

    E-Class [2017-2021] Review

    “Why would anyone be so thrilled at the sight of a grey four-door sedan?” You would wonder. But this was no ordinary family sedan. 

    Introduction

    There is no treading shrewdly on this hot summer afternoon. My first encounter with the Mercedes E63S AMG involved climbing into the back of a truck trailer and reversing it rather gingerly. Once unloaded, I got out and took a step back as it burbled at idle with a deep resonance. 

    “Why would anyone be so thrilled at the sight of a grey four-door sedan?” You would wonder.

    But this was no ordinary family sedan. Perhaps I am in the minority, but if you ask me, the E63 with its flared haunches, quad exhausts, yellow brake calipers and carbon ceramic discs the size of extra-large pizzas, looks pedantically exotic. The looks alone might rationalise the E63’s presence in this year’s CarWale Track Day, but it’s mostly that absurdly powerful twin-turbo V8 and the tricky all-wheel drive system that eventually left us all in shock and awe. 

    0-100-0

    For this year’s Track Day, we have come up with an extra dose of number crunching. Most readers are familiar with the ‘lap time’ test that we have been running over the years but this time around, we upped our game and added the 0-100-0 test which evaluates both horsepower and braking in equal measure. Speaking of horsepower, making 612bhp from a 4-litre motor is pretty impressive. However, what’s really difficult is putting all that power to the ground without smoking the tyres. And to give the E63S a fair chance to put its metal-twisting torque to the pavement, we installed a brand new set of sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres for more traction. 

    No messing around here, the E63S AMG is devastatingly fast off the line. With Ameya at the helm, it smashed past the 100kmph mark in 3.91 seconds. For contrast, the much lighter two-door GT C took 4.05 seconds. What’s amusing though is that it takes minimal effort to holeshot the E – hold it on the brakes using your left foot, throttle flat to the floor, lift off and boom! You are off to another dimension. “Traction off the line is unbeatable thanks to the all-wheel drive distributing power across both axles in milliseconds. I like the 9-speed auto as well. It delivers lightning fast upshifts and drops gears in split seconds as one goes hard on the brakes”, Ameya explained. 

    Paired to 402mm (read as massive) carbon ceramic discs, the use of Michelins in this test also paid off, helping the E63S set its quickest time of 6.64 seconds. That’s it! That's the time it took this big and heavy four-door sedan to accelerate from zero to 100kmph and back to zero. As for distance, the E ran a total of 97.01m, losing out only to the AMG GT C.

    Lap Time

    It’s difficult to believe that the E63S makes 612bhp and 850Nm of torque, until, of course, you floor it. The whole thing simply hunkers down as it spears towards the horizon with that raw, bellowing soundtrack. We love coming to the MMRT every year because it’s a perfect automotive equaliser – it’s got recurring sweeping corners which favour pointy, light weight cars whereas the long back straights give powerful heavyweights like the E63S a chance to make up time. On our flying lap, the brutal acceleration certainly mattered, especially when flying past the start-finish straight and punching out of C3. Over the long straight that followed, there was simply no stopping this hulk of a sedan – peak power comes in at 6,500rpm, however, it’s the surprisingly wide torque band that makes the E63 a giant killer. You get most of the 850 torques from as low as 2,500rpm, all the way till 5,000rpm which means this thing pulls hard no matter what speed or gear you are in. In fact, on the two long straights before C4 and C8, the E63 pulls like the most powerful locomotive there ever was, but it’s when you drop the anchor at speed that you realise the weight – if you brake hard and flick the wheel at the same time, chances are you will shift the weight far too forward and run wide. As a result, executing a clean run demands just the right amount of steering lock and using the strong brakes to curb speed in corner entries in order to aide trajectory. Once you learn to follow this specific way of hustling it, the E63S is remarkably obedient to shift its bulk around the track. 

    The second half of the MMRT is where the Merc really shines, especially at C8 which is a 90-degree right-hand corner that’s shortly followed by a similarly angled off-camber left-hander. Here, the E appeared surprisingly agile in the hands of Ameya who pointed out that its chassis is unfazed by the smack of a curb or off-camber turns. However, given all that weight, it’s easy to overwhelm the grip from its tyres if you enter a corner too hot or power out of the mid corner because at that point, the car is tipping on its nose with a lot of weight over the front axle. In the end, the E63S AMG pulled a 1m 57.37s lap time which is frankly unbelievable given its weight disadvantage. Better still, in the right hands, this car can take three more people and perhaps pull a sub 2-min lap time still. Take that, Vento race car!   

    Conclusion

    Does the new E63S live up to the AMG badge? Absolutely! And more so at a racetrack where there is so much to explore. Everything from the beautifully weighted steering, the powerful brakes to the sheer roar and pull of the V8 make it so addictive. After all, gathering the E63S up is a big part of the tussle – no matter where you point it, it pulls itself forward with more force and you invariably end up hitting the braking point with more speed than you would anticipate, at which point the chassis, tyres and the brakes work overtime to keep you off the grass. It’s all part of the neurotic experience of hustling the E63S around a race track which, again, is highly addictive. Think of it this way: it is currently the best of the fast four-door heavyweights, one that defies our fundamental understanding of speed and handling.

    Pictures by Kapil Angane and Kaustubh Gandhi

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    E-Class [2017-2021] Alternatives

    Mercedes-Benz V-Class

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    E-Class [2017-2021] Colours

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Obsidian Black Metallic
    Obsidian Black Metallic

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Mileage

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI Mileage

    Petrol

    (1991 cc)

    Automatic12.06 kmpl

    Diesel

    (1950 cc)

    Automatic12.06 kmpl

    FAQs About Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021]

    Q: What is the price of Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021]?

    Mercedes-Benz has stopped the production of Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021]. The last recorded price of Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] is ₹ 57.50 Lakh.

    Q: Which is E-Class [2017-2021] Top Model?

    The top model of Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] is E 63 AMG S 4MATIC + and the last recorded price for E-Class [2017-2021] E 63 AMG S 4MATIC + is ₹ 1.53 Crore.

    Q: Which car is better between E-Class [2017-2021] and V-Class?

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] price starts at ₹ 57.50 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1991cc engine. Whereas, V-Class price starts at ₹ 71.10 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 2143cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up E-Class [2017-2021]?

    No, there is no running/upcoming Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021].

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] Videos

    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] has 2 videos of its detailed review, pros & cons, comparison & version explained, first drive experience, features, specs, interior & exterior details and more.

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    Mercedes-Benz E-Class [2017-2021] User Reviews

    • Nice car
      Excellent pickup and very smooth driving experience. You can feel the power of the engine. Interior was nice. Comes with a lot of features .Eye catchy look. Great handling in corners. Even the price is bit high worth it
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    • Fabulous Mercedes
      Awesome drive. I own it around 4 years. Engine performance is excellent. I reach 100kmph in just 5 secs. Feel great to drive. Most spacious cars in this segment. Best car under this price
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    • Driving experience
      The driving experience is quite a good comparison of this price segment, too good features with smooth driving Interior is premium Premium Car with Premium features its quite good for a business...
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    • Luxury at its best
      The drive was very smooth and the comfort was best in class. The rear seat was very luxurious and the 360 view camera system was very useful. The mileage was decent and the drive mode was very punchy.
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    • The Beast
      Best and the beast of all the cars that you get in this range Drives smooth and power packed Best looks attention paid even to the smallest of detailing Nice service Only Pros no cons
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