2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Values

Select a 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class trim level

2016 model year changes

For 2016, Mercedes-Benz has dropped the E400 hybrid from the E-Class lineup, as well as the E63 AMG, though the E63 AMG S remains.

Competitive comparison

Distinguished, luxury-car look; elegant interior; world-class safety features; quiet, smooth ride; high-performance AMG E63 S; available clean-diesel model

Special features for 2016

The E-Class offers a wide range of models that are each quite different, yet they each have plush cabins, some of the world's best safety innovations, and a reputation like no other. All of the E-Class models also have great ride quality and a relatively quiet interior -- even the Cabriolet. The E63 AMG S packs an intense level of performance in an otherwise somewhat staid luxury package. There's also an economical powertrain in the E250 Blue TEC diesel.
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is offered as a sedan, coupe, convertible and wagon with a long list of trims and sub trim options. The base model is outfitted with 18” alloy wheels, LED head and tail lamps, powered sunroof, active suspension dampers, two-zone climate control (automated), powered front seats, leather upholstery, tilt and telescope steering wheel (powered), the COMAND interface with Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and an eight-speaker audio system. Upgrading the trim level can add a parking camera, remote start, collision mitigation system, larger 19” alloy wheels, powered rear sunshade, parking sensors (front and rear), sport-tuning, parking assist, 14-speaker Harman Kardon sound system and much more. A wide selection of engines are available depending upon the model and trim level that is selected.