U.S. Market Gets First Taste Of Mercedes-Benz 2017 E-Class
The E300 4Matic has made its first visit to the states and it looks like it will be making a big splash when it returns with the fleet to hit the market. As expected of the E-Class line, it has a modest exterior with a few sleek lines through the design that help break up the monotony and make it more than just a plain Jane. But what matters most is what’s on the inside, and when you see the interior off these Benz you’ll fall in love.
Furthermore, much of the car’s mechanical components have been replaced with aluminum versions, trimming 100 pounds and making this sleek machine quite the efficient beast. For those with older E-Class models who are getting a little jealous, click here and see about sprucing up your own interior.
Ask Mercedes-Benz what built the bones of the brand, and they will cheerfully tell you that it was the stalwart E-Class that cemented Mercedes’ role as innovators in not just the luxury midsize segment, but the industry as a whole. The redesigned 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class unsurprisingly remains one of the segment standards, arriving with the level of design, quality, and technology we have come to expect of the three-pointed star.
Like the middle child it is, the 2017 E-Class blends the style of both the smaller, sportier C-Class and the luxe-centric S-Class into a smooth and well-designed executive package. When the cover dropped on the new E-Class back in January of this year, we can’t say we were surprised. Like the brand’s recently refreshed SUV lineup, the E-Class has a bit of every other Mercedes in both its bodylines and face. Continue Reading
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