Mercedes-Benz E 250
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Models Price and Specs
The price range for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $93,642 and going to $248,600 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.
|Year||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|2020||Sedan||2.0L, PULP, 9 SP AUTO||$93,642||$248,600|
|2020||Coupe||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$99,300||$179,700|
|2020||Wagon||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$112,800||$115,500|
|2020||Convertible||2.0L, PULP, 9 SP AUTO||$126,641||$188,600|
|2019||Coupe||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$62,800||$175,860|
|2019||Sedan||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$62,800||$219,888|
|2019||Wagon||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$74,000||$98,900|
|2019||Convertible||2.0L, PULP, 9 SP AUTO||$84,800||$175,860|
|2018||Sedan||2.1L, Diesel, 7 SP AUTO||$47,800||$209,990|
|2018||Wagon||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$59,900||$76,450|
|2018||Coupe||2.0L, Diesel, 9 SP AUTO||$68,800||$149,860|
|2018||Convertible||2.0L, PULP, 9 SP AUTO||$84,888||$149,860|
|2017||Sedan||2.1L, Diesel, 7 SP AUTO||$41,100||$171,930|
|2017||Coupe||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$57,000||$98,780|
|2017||Convertible||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$57,000||$111,980|
|2017||Wagon||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$57,000||$129,360|
|2016||Wagon||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$33,888||$66,800|
|2016||Coupe||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$33,888||$80,960|
|2016||Convertible||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$33,888||$86,130|
|2016||Sedan||2.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$33,888||$112,200|
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Mercedes-Benz E 250 Q&As
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What vehicle will be best to use for a chauffeur business?
That’s a tough one given that the traditional chauffeur cars are no longer made. If you are aiming at business type clients and want to impress them consider a BMW 5-Series or a Mercedes-Benz E-class.
Best car for limo transport?
The BMW GT has a brilliant boot but, if I were doing what you're doing, I'd get a Hyundai Genesis. Perhaps not as prestigious, but the same interior and boot space as the Benz. And there is a five-year free service deal and a five-year warranty, as well as talk of a guaranteed future value scheme.
Broken door handle on E250
I can't say what your chances of success would be if you were to pursue a claim against Mercedes, but as the car is just out of warranty I would give it a shot. If you don't want to do that you could take it to an independent Mercedes repairer and I'm sure you would save a lot of money on the deal.
Good sedan for long trips?