As it stated in But it is nearly five inches longer than its predecessor, the previous-generation E-Class Coupe, and just about all of that room goes into the cabin.
(To briefly confuse things, the last E-Class coupe was actually based on the C-Class , which explains the size difference.
Now it is finally releasing the vehicle that occupies the middle of the middle – the middle row of the middle column.
And any Hollywood Squares fan knows you can’t win the game without the center square.This car is the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe, which will join its sedan brother this summer ( a new convertible will join the lineup later this year.)
This E-Class Coupe is not a hardcore two-door curve carver like the AMG GT or C63 S coupe, it is more of an elegant boulevardier aligned with the S550 Coupe, controlled and in control, but never harsh.This is in no way meant as an insult.
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As More Shoppers Opt For SUVs, The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe Holds Hope For Two-Door Hardtops
The next-generation E-Class coupe, which is currently on display at the Geneva Motor Show, will arrive in dealerships this summer, with pricing to be announced.
However, the typical E-Class coupe customer – who skews younger and female in the U.S. market – likely won’t be traveling with a full passenger load.
Mercedes-BenzThe heyday of the coupe is long gone, but that hasn’t stopped Mercedes-Benz from continuing to invest in building them, including the forthcoming 2018 E-Class coupe, with its most advanced dynamics and design so far.
The new E-Class coupe sits longer, lower, and wider than the previous generation.
Its shortened wheelbase made darting through Barcelona’s gridlocked streets and gracing the curves of its countryside more manageable.
as mentioned in 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe list pricingMercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe E220d – automatic – $96,000Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe E300 – automatic – $110,900Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe E400 4MATIC – automatic – $145,900Which body style do you prefer for the all-new E-Class, coupe or sedan?
Despite the E-Class sedan range being offered in E200, E220d, E350d and E350e guises, the Coupe will retain its simplified line-up for the immediate future.
Local pricing for the second-generation E-Class Coupe has been released by Mercedes-Benz Australia Pacific before it goes on sale in June, with the three-tier line-up kicking off from $96,000 before on-road costs for the entry-level E200d – some $15,000 higher than the previous model’s range-opener.
Due to arrive in the third quarter of this year, the forthcoming Cabriolet will be the final member of the new E-Class stable, following the release of the Coupe.
Stepping up to the $110,900 E300 Coupe – $3000 more than the sedan – will net customers a 180kW/370Nm 2.0-litre turbo four-pot petrol unit and a 6.4s 0-100km/h sprint time – two-tenths slower than a four-door.
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