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2013 Mercedes-Benz E350 Overview
For the 2013 model year, Mercedes-Benz has essentially carried the E350 over from 2012 with only minimal changes. The only change of any significance is the addition of a 4MATIC package, which fits the 2013 E350 with a capable all-wheel-drive system that also includes electronic stability control and traction control. The E350 offers customers a wide range of body styles to choose from, as it is available as a sedan, coupe, convertible or a wagon.
There is only one trim level available for the E350 and that is the Base level, but and it carries a base MSRP of $51,000 for the sedan, $51,120 for the coupe, $57,700 for the wagon and $59,070 for the cabriolet model. The E-Class sits just above the entry-level C-Class in Mercedes-Benz’s lineup, giving Benz buyers a premier midsize sedan, coupe, convertible3or wagon to choose from that also offers up a touch of performance with its powerful V-6 engine.
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In terms of competition, the E-Class has plenty to deal with in the Luxury car world. First up is its arch nemesis, the 2013 BMW 535i Sedan, which can be had for $53,100, and its all-wheel-drive variant, the 535i xDrive, which runs $55,400. Another formidable foe is the 2013 Cadillac CTS, which can be had in a coupe format for $38,905, a sedan body for $39,095 or a wagon body style for $39,205. Another key competitor to the E350 is the Lexus GS350, which only comes as a sedan body style and carries a $46,900 ticket.
Midsize luxury cars are really the bread and butter for many premium auto makers, as they offer up a nice balance of compact size and fuel economy with full-size features and roominess. This means that the 2013 E350 has plenty of work ahead of it.