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2015 Mercedes-Benz E400

$23,998* 58K Miles


CarMax Fredericksburg Shipping not available

Key Features
Premium Package, 4WD/AWD, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Harman Kardon Sound
Location: CarMax Fredericksburg in Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407
Description: Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz E400 for sale - $23,998, 57,356 miles with Premium Package, 4WD/AWD, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Harman Kardon Sound
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (0 reviews)
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2017 Mercedes-Benz E300

$31,998* 17K Miles


CarMax Turnersville Free shipping • NJ to VA

Key Features
Premium Package, Run Flat Tires, 4WD/AWD, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Turbo Charged Engine, Leatherette Seats
Location: CarMax Turnersville in Sicklerville, New Jersey 08081
Description: Used 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 for sale - $31,998, 16,986 miles with Premium Package, Run Flat Tires, 4WD/AWD, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Turbo Charged Engine, Leatherette Seats
Transmission: Automatic Color:Blue Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4 reviews)
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About the Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Vehicle Summary

The E-Class is more of a vehicle family than a single car. In addition to the midsize sedan there's a rarely seen wagon, Mercedes also has a stylish coupe and an elegant convertible for sale. What they have in common is a sophisticated interior, excellent fit and finish and impressive road manners. It’s no surprise that the E-Class often appears regularly on our best-selling lists. The most recent generations include the third (2003-2009), fourth (2009-2016), and fifth (2016-present). Whichever you choose you'll find these vehicles to be supremely smooth and competent on the road. 

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FAQ

Q: What does E Class Mercedes mean?

A: Mercedes has five core models, the A, B, C, E and S Class, although you won't find the A and B for sale in the United States. Technically a midsize car, the E-Class is big, powerful and luxurious, though not as much so as the S-Class. It's said that the “E” originated as shorthand for Einspritzen, German for fuel injection.

Q: What is the difference between Mercedes E Class and C Class?

A: Primarily, size. Comparing 2018 models, the E-Class is nearly a foot longer, 1.5 inches wider and one inch taller. While dimensions of earlier models vary the relationship is the same; the “E” is big brother to the “C”. For 2018 the base models of each use the same engine and transmission. The E-Class however is available in more configurations and a wider selection of engines. Generally speaking, the “E” also tends to have slightly higher levels of equipment.

Q: What is the Mercedes E Class AMG?

A: Those three letters signify you're looking at a high-performance version of the standard E-Class. For 2017 there was an E43 and 2018 saw the return of the E63. These have bigger, more powerful engines, more sporty suspension and distinctive interior trim. The letters themselves stand for Aufrecht, Melcher and Großaspach, respectively, the names of the founders and the birthplace of Aufrecht. The tuning and race car business they started became part of Mercedes in 2005.

Q: What is included in the Mercedes E Class Premium Package?

A: Mercedes offered three Premium Packages for sale in the E-Class. In 2017 Premium 1 included heated front seats and a 14-speaker Burmester sound system. Premium 2 added massaging front seats and a power rear sunshade (for the sedan.) Premium 3 included features like active cruise control and a head-up display.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Models

The E-Class has been around a long time, since the 1950s if you count when Mercedes stared using the Einspritzen designation. However, you’ll likely be considering a model from the last 10 years or so, a time period covering Generations Three, Four and Five. Here's an overview.

Third Generation (2003–2009):

  • Easily recognized by the four separate headlights.
  • Number designation indicates engine size, (550 means 5.5L and so on.)
  • Diesel model available, (badged as “BlueTec.”)

Fourth Generation (2009–2016):

  • Retains the four headlight appearance, but toned-down.
  • Received a facelift for the 2014 model year.
  • Engines include a 3.0L V6, a 3.5L hybrid, (from 2013,) and a 3.0L diesel (badged as a 350).
  • 4MATIC® AWD available

Fifth generation (2016–present):

  • Sedan and wagon are new for the 2017 model year but coupe and cabriolet carry over from '16.
  • Entry models for 2017 are the E300 sedan and E400 wagon.
  • The 2017 300 sedan gets a 2.0L turbocharged engine making 241 hp and 273 lb-ft, and its EPA-estimated fuel consumption is 22 mpg City, 30 Highway and 25 Combined, on Premium gas.1 The engine in the E400 is a 3.0L V6 making 329 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque.
  • Dashboard features a wide (12.3 inches) screen.
  • Sport and Luxury trims available. (2017.)
  • 2018 models are unchanged but the coupe and cabriolet were updated to match the sedan.

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