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2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class KBB Expert Review

The Fair Market Range for this car in your area is $46,735 - $51,284.

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MSRP $53,145

Fair Purchase Price $49,010
Fair Market Range ($46,735 - $51,284)

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Valid for ZIP code 96801 through 10/19/2017

KBB Expert Rating 9.6 / 10
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KBB Expert Review

KBB Editors' Overview

By Bob Nagy

This is a transition year for the E-Class that introduces several all-new iterations to the lineup and sees others depart. Totally recast, the 10th-generation Sedan plus its late-arriving E43 AMG 4-door and new Wagon siblings become the most innovative, tech-rich models ever offered, while the Coupe and Cabriolet (detailed here) remain unchanged awaiting a similar transformation due for the 2018 model year. Beyond more sophisticated styling, the 2017 Sedan and Wagon boast a stronger, lighter and slightly larger platform, next-gen interior packaging plus the most advanced selection of safety systems and semi-autonomous driver assists available on any M-B. The recast E-Class has become an even more formidable rival to key midsize-luxo players like the Audi A5/A6, BMW 4 Series/5 Series, Cadillac CTS and Lexus GS.

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While the E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet continue on as notable premium players in their own right, the enhanced dynamic sophistication, stunning interior redesign and augmented driver assists offered on the all-new Sedan and Wagon arguably qualify them as the safest, smartest and most accommodating offerings on the midsize-luxury scene today.

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Although the new E-Class Sedan and Wagon add notable visual flair, some may view the Coupe and Cabriolet styling as too conservative. Others might find better value in lower-cost alternatives like a Genesis G80 or an Infiniti Q70. No turbodiesels and -- for now -- just one AMG variant also may irk E-Class loyalists.

What's New for 2017

All-new from the ground up, the redesigned E-Class Sedan and Wagon boast sharper looks, more sophisticated engineering and enhanced state-of-the-art safety features for 2017 along with next-gen cabin appointments -- all of which will be transitioning into the carry-over Coupe and Cabriolet that are due a similar remake for 2018.

Driving It Driving Impressions

The 2017 E-Class is a different-strokes-for-different-folks proposition. While the Coupe and Cabriolet still deliver a sportier albeit more conventional take on the line, the all-new Sedan and upcoming Wagon -- which like the hot E43 AMG Sedan arrive in early 2017 -- represent even more sophisticated and practical alternatives with chassis refinements that further leverage their dynamic capabilities. There simply is no bad choice here. The E-Class 2-doors feature a potent twin-turbo V6 (E400) -- also fitted to the new Wagon -- plus an even more formidable twin-turbo V8 (E550) while the automaker’s 4-cylinder turbo gives the new and lighter E300 Sedan more than sufficient snap to keep pace with traffic in town or on the freeway, whether in rear-drive or 4Matic all-wheel drive (RWD, AWD). The 4Matic-only E400 Wagon ratchets that quickness up a notch. And with 67 more horses under hood, the performance-focused E43 AMG 4Matic Sedan is both fast and fun.

Favorite Features

Part of the Premium 3/Driver Assistance Package on the Sedan and Wagon, the Drive Pilot suite of assists blends radar-based Distronic adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping Steering Pilot that keeps the vehicle centered even in a corner, and Speed Limit Pilot that reads and responds to posted signage to provide semi-autonomous capability.

A new option on the 2017 E-Class Sedan and Wagon, this multi-chamber adaptive air-suspension setup also includes automatic 4-wheel leveling and ride-height adjustments. It allows the driver to fine-tune the chassis feel to any of three different levels by using the Dynamic Select control that’s standard on all E-Class models.

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