Mercedes-Benz
E-Class
2021
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22 city / 31 hwy

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What you must know before buying the Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Justin Cupler
Automotive Editor - November 7, 2020
  • Restyled 2021 E-Class is available
  • Lease: From $549/mo. (2020)
  • Financing: 0% APR for 36 mo. (2021)
  • Up to $4,500 off (sedan)

A few new offers:

The E-Class is one of the best-stocked models on Mercedes' lots. While the sedan is simple to find, you may need to do some searching to find a coupe, cabriolet, or wagon that suits your needs. If needed, you can special order the coupe, cabriolet, or wagon.

The carryover 2020 E-Class is in showrooms with a handful of tweaks to its offers. The 2021 E-Class is also in stock with a few offers of its own.

The 2021 E-Class and its restyled sedan and wagon models is in showrooms. This refresh includes sportier exterior, redesigned headlights and taillights, radiator grille and bumper, and added comfort and tech inside. The 2021 E-Class arrives with a new promotional lease offers on the coupe and cabriolet models.

All offers mentioned here are available nationwide and expire onNovember 30, 2020. We expect no new offers for Black Friday.

Lease from $549/mo.:

The 2020 E-Class leases start from $549 per month with $5,143 due at signing on the E350 Sedan and top off at $809 per month with $6,403 due at signing on the E450 Cabriolet. With effective monthly costs ranging from $692 to $987, the 2020 E-Class' promotional leases are not good values relative to their MSRPs.

The 2021 E-Class debuts with a 36-month lease on the E350 sedan that runs $579 ($20 reduction) per month with $5,223 ($20 reduction) due at signing. With an effective monthly cost of $724 ($21 reduction), this isn't a good value relative to its MSRP.

You can see all the lease offers on the 2020 and 2021 E-Class in the table below.

All lease deals on the E-Class allow up to 10,000 miles per year of driving.

Cash offers remain:

The 2020 E-Class sedan has a $4,500 unadvertised dealer cash incentive if you bring your own financing. If you finance through Mercedes, the dealer cash incentive falls to $2,500, but you get the low APR financing mentioned below.

If you opt for the E-Class Wagon or Coupe, they carry a $1,000 unadvertised dealer cash incentive regardless of financing.

There is a $500 unadvertised dealer case on the 2021 E-Class.

Remember, dealerships can pass some or all the unadvertised dealer cash incentives to you or keep it as profit, so shop around to find the most generous dealer.

Financing from 1.99%:

The 2020 E-Class continues with 1.99% APR for 36 months on the E-Class Sedan only.

The 2021 E-Class gets a new 0% APR financing offer for 36 months on all body types

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Advertised Lease Deals

E350 Sedan
$579Monthly Payment
Term Length (months): 36
Due at signing: $5,223
Mileage: 10k
MSRP: $55,300
Deal Valid in: All Regions
Expiration: 1/4/21
E450 Coupe
$729Monthly Payment
Term Length (months): 36
Due at signing: $6,053
Mileage: 10k
MSRP: $66,000
Deal Valid in: All Regions
Expiration: 1/4/21
E450 Cabriolet
$829Monthly Payment
Term Length (months): 36
Due at signing: $6,623
Mileage: 10k
MSRP: $73,000
Deal Valid in: All Regions
Expiration: 1/4/21

This ranks as an excellent deal based on our expert analysis of: vehicle price, length of lease term, amount due at signing, monthly payment, etc.

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CarsDirectPricing as of 12/3/20 in 20149
MSRP
$55,245
Sales Price
$54,745
Cash Rebates
$0
Target Price
$54,745
Lease Estimate
$678/mo
Finance Estimate
$771/mo

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Based on 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 350 Base 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan - MSRP $55,245

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2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Model Preview

Justin Cupler
Automotive Editor

Model Preview

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class received a full redesign for the 2017 model year, but it lives in a fast-shifting segment, so another redesign is in order. The redesigned 2021 E-Class will make its way to the U.S. in sedan and wagon form and for the first time with an electrified powertrain option.

Even in generational redesigns, Mercedes-Benz is not big on clean-sheet reworks. Instead, its redesigns tend to be more evolutionary. Overall, the 2021 E-Class sees somewhat minor changes including a wider grille and headlights, and a full-length front-bumper lower intake. Around back it gains sleeker taillights akin to its wagon sibling, a flatter trunk lid, and a revised rear bumper.


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On the inside, the 2021 E-Class will gain two 12.3-inch screens—one for the gauges and one for the infotainment system. It’ll also gain a new steering wheel with touch-sensitive controls, intuitive gesture control, an air-quality indicator, the MBUX infotainment system with “Hey Mercedes,” and more.

Aside from the new-to-the-U.S. plug-in hybrid motor, E 450 models will gain a new 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder turbo engine rated at 362 horsepower. AMG models will also have a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder turbo but it will be good for 429 horsepower and 384 lb-ft of torque.

The current E-Class is an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ thanks to its “Good” crash test scores across the board, “Good” optional headlights, and “Superior” standard automatic emergency braking. Mercedes announced the new-generation E-Class would gain more driver-assistive features, including adaptive cruise with route-based speed adjustment, traffic assist, active steering assist, cross-traffic automatic braking, blind-spot monitoring with exit alert, and more.

Pricing & Release Date

The 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class will go on-sale in the U.S. in the fall.

This midsize luxury rig will compete with the Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, and Volvo S90.

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