2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Values
Select a 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class trim level
2010 model year changes
For 2010, all the Mercedes-Benz E-Class cars have undergone some major improvements. The exterior and interior of all trims have been redesigned, the most notable being on the luxury sedans, which have a more squared yet aggressive look than 2009. The coupes now have a crisper, more pointed front fascia, and all E-Class trims have sharper body lines. The car's body is now 30 percent stiffer for firmer handling, and has been made more aerodynamic so that its drag coefficient is just 0.25, according to the manufacturer. In addition, model prices across the range have been reduced since 2009.
Superior craftsmanship; stylish and luxurious interior; unusual and exclusive high technology
Special features for 2010
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 4MATIC all-wheel drive available on E350 and E550 models, the E-Class also makes a capable all-weather vehicle. The E-Class has been the standard bearer for Mercedes-Benz for generations and continues to be at the core of their worldwide sales. The base E350 starts just under $50,000.