Mercedes-Benz Australia/Pacific has refreshed its E-Class range with new engine offerings, updated standard features and new AMG-fettled E53 4Matic model grades.
Pricing has been adjusted across the board, with the German luxury car now starting from $91,900 plus on-road costs in E200 sedan guise and topping out at $239,529 for the full-fruit E63 S 4Matic.
The brand is rolling out its new 3.0-litre turbocharged inline six-cylinder diesel engine, which replaces the outgoing V6 in the E350d Saloon, lifting power from 190kW to 210kW.
The German luxury car now starts from $91,900.
Meanwhile, Benz has raised outputs on its petrol-powered E450 4Matic range by 25kW/20Nm to 270kW/500Nm.
Joining the E-Class line-up in sedan, coupe and cabriolet form is a new performance AMG E53 4Matic+ variant, which is priced at $167,129, $172,729 and $181,329 respectively.
In all body styles, the new AMG E53 is powered by a 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder petrol engine combined with a 48-volt 'EQ Boost' starter/alternator which helps increase power to 320kW/520Nm.
In all body styles, the new AMG E53 is powered by a 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder petrol engine.
All that is sent through a nine-speed automatic transmission and put to the ground through all four wheels via Benz's fully variable '4Matic' all-wheel drive system.
Standard equipment on the new AMG variants include a valved exhaust system, 20-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, a Burmester sound system, Nappa leather upholstery, sports seats and steering wheel and an AMG bodykit.
All models in the updated Mercedes E-Class range will be fitted with updated 'Traffic Sign Assist' features and a new-generation steering wheel with touch controls.