2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Values

Select a 2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class trim level

2009 model year changes

For 2009, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class continues with only minor changes. E320 BlueTEC sedans and wagons are now available in all 50 states, and the entertainment system has been slightly revised.

Competitive comparison

Superior craftsmanship; luxurious interior; impressive fuel efficiency (BlueTec); excellent performance (AMG)

Special features for 2009

The E-Class range of luxury sedans and wagons can fit a wide range of needs, from the fast, showy and exclusive E63 AMG to the more practical E350 and the economical, green-friendly E320 BlueTEC diesel. Across the line, the E-Class has a very roomy interior and nice ride, both of which make it well-suited for long trips. With 4-Matic all-wheel drive available on E350 and E550 models, the E-Class also makes a capable all-weather vehicle.
Available as a 5-passenger sedan or 7-passenger wagon, the 2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class boasts a new hard-drive navigation system, while the E350 and E550 receive the AMG sport package as standard. The E350 is powered by a 3.5L V6 that streams out 268 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. The sedan is available with either rear-wheel drive or 4Matic AWD, but the wagon is AWD only. Available in either rear-wheel drive or AWD, the E550 is equipped with a 5.5L V8 that pumps out 382 hp and 391 lb-ft of torque. All rear-wheel-drive E-Class trims come with a seven-speed automatic transmission, while 4Matic trims team with a five-speed automatic. The high-performance Mercedes E-Class AMG is powered by a 6.3L V8 that grinds out 507 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque as mated to a seven-speed Speedshift transmission. Fuel economy for the 2009 Mercedes-Benz E-Class ranges from 17 mpg city/24 mpg hwy and 19 mpg combined for the rear-wheel-drive E350 to 15/22/17 for the V8-powered E550. The 6.3L AMG achieves a modest12/19/15 mpg in EPA ratings.