2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Values

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2011 model year changes

The Changes and improvements for the 2011 E-Class series are extensive. For 2011, the E-Class range now includes new convertible and wagon body styles, but the exterior design of the entire E-Class lineup got an exterior refresh. The new cabriolet is class-leading in every way. Featuring the solid, smooth handling of the E-Class sedan, it innovates with Mercedes-Benz' new AIRCAP system, which is a pair of wind deflectors that divert air to keep the passenger compartment serene, even with the top down. It also includes AirScarf that directs heated air out of vents in the headrests. The new E-Class wagon is built on the E-Class sedan platform and is available with a 3.5L V6, the 7-speed automatic transmission shared with the rest of the lineup and 4MATIC all-wheel drive only. An all-new E350 BlueTEC diesel sedan debuts for 2011. It features a 50-state legal 210-horsepower 3.0L V6 diesel powerplant.

Competitive comparison

A worldwide symbol of refinement, class and style; new wagon body style for 2011; fuel-sipping BlueTEC diesel engine available

Special features for 2011

The E-Class Cabriolet is arguably one of the most luxurious and best-driving convertibles currently available. Mercedes-Benz build quality and technical innovation provide unparalleled performance and comfort. A clever folding cloth top, even while folded, allows for 11 cubic feet of trunk space. The E-Class wagon, new for 2011, offers 68.9 cubic feet of cargo capacity. Featuring a powerful 268-horsepower V6, it offers excellent cargo transport in unequaled comfort. And the E63 AMG sedan carries on into 2011 as one of the best-performing, most comfortable performance sedans available. Starting at $87,600 The E63 is by no means inexpensive, but few other sedans can match its perfect harmony of luxury and blistering performance.