Used Mercedes E Class Cars For Sale

We currently have 6 in stock

Our stock of used Mercedes-Benz E Class come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

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The E-class is often described as Mercedes' answer to the BMW 5-series but, these days, the gap between them has narrowed considerably – while the 5-series now rivals the E-class for comfort, the Mercedes matches the BMW for dynamics. It really is a luxury all-rounder that can cosset on the motorway and entertain when you take the long way home.

But perhaps the more telling comparison is with the class-leading Mercedes-Benz S-class limousine – the E-class offers much of its luxury, technology, and style at a far more affordable price.

Regardless of whether you have a long history with the Mercedes-Benz E-class or are gearing up for a switch, we have a broad range of models for sale – including estates and coupes – with plenty of engine, body style and trim options available.

Read on for all our E-class spec secrets below…

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What engines are available with a used Mercedes E-class?

There’s a wide variety of options when it comes to used Mercedes-Benz E-class engines.

Mercedes E-class models produced in 2018 used turbocharged petrol or diesel engines. For saloon and estate turbodiesel variants, you’ll choose from the 2.0-litre E200d or E220d models, while the E400d stepped up to a 3.0-litre, six-cylinder engine. A nine-speed automatic is standard equipment, with 4Matic all-wheel drive optional on the E220d and standard on the E400d.

Petrol models focus on high-performance AMG models, with either the 3.0-litre E53 AMG, or two fire-breathing V8s in the form of the E63 and E63S. All are equipped with 4Matic all-wheel drive and a nine-speed automatic transmission.

More recently Mercedes has re-jigged the line-up and introduced mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid petrol and diesel engines, with the plug-ins able to run on pure electric power for over 30 miles. Core diesel engines for estates and saloons are now represented by the E220d and E300d, the latter a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine with mild-hybrid technology. The E300de is a plug-in hybrid diesel. Core petrol engines consist of the E200 mild hybrid, plus the E300e plug-in hybrid, while the E53 and E63 S return.

Used Mercedes E-class coupe and convertible models are available with E220d, E300d and 3.0-litre E400d diesel engines, while petrol models consist of the E300, E450 and E53.

What body styles can you get with a used Mercedes E-class?

We offer used Mercedes-Benz E-class models in saloon, estate, coupe and convertible body styles. There’s also an All-Terrain Edition, essentially an estate with a slightly raised ride height and chunkier black body cladding for the full crossover look.

Which trim level should you choose on your used Mercedes E-class?

We offer used Merced Benz E-class 2018 saloon and estate models in either SE or AMG Line trim levels. Even entry-level SE is very generously equipped, with highlights including 17-inch alloys, LED head and tail lamps, leather trim, heated front seats, keyless go, plus a powered tailgate on estate models.

  • AMG Line takes a leaf out of the high-performance AMG division’s book but combines its style with more frugal engines. Highlights include 19-inch alloys, AMG body styling, privacy glass, and an AMG steering wheel in black Napa leather.
  • E53 and E63 models are AMG models in their own right, with uprated high-performance engines, chassis and braking, plus highlights such as air suspension and full Napa leather trim.
  • Coupe and convertible models are offered either in AMG Line or as the standalone high-performance E53 AMG, which is available in either Premium or Night Edition Premium Plus.

Mercedes refreshed the trim levels used for the E-class in its mid-2020 facelift. For saloon and estate variants, Sport is the entry level and includes 17-inch alloys, auto LED headlights and wipers, a 180-degree reversing camera, plus heated leather seats. State-of-the-art MBUX infotainment is also standard across the range (see below for more on technology).

  • AMG Line adds 18-inch alloys, adaptive LED headlights, an AMG steering wheel, plus a three-zone climate. AMG Line Premium upgrades to a 360-degree parking camera and enhanced infotainment. Top-of-the-range AMG Line Night Edition Premium Plus upgrades to a panoramic sunroof, 13-speaker Burmester audio and electric memory front seats, as well as rear privacy glass and gloss black exterior trim.
  • Choose from used Mercedes E-class coupe and convertible models in either AMG Line Premium or AMG Line Night Edition Premium Plus.

What technology is available with used Mercedes E-class cars?

For earlier examples of used Mercedes E-class models, a 12.3-inch multimedia system is factory-fitted and includes SD-card-based sat-nav and DAB radio. AMG models upgrade to the COMAND Online infotainment, which retains the 12.3-inch central screen and adds another 12.3-inch screen ahead of the steering wheel. The result is what appears to be one continuous digital screen stretching across the dashboard – and very slick it is, too.

When Mercedes updated the E-class in mid-2020, the upgrade used the MBUX infotainment system, which features twin 12.3-inch screens as standard. Step up to AMG Line Premium and you’ll benefit from augmented-reality sat-nav. Approach a turnoff and the central screen will display a live image of the road ahead and project turn arrows on top of it. It’s a neat way of merging the real and virtual worlds and quickly becomes second nature.

Browse our stock of used Mercedes-Benz E-class now!

If you’re searching for used Mercedes-Benz E-class cars for sale in the UK, you’ve come to the right place. We have 17 stores across the country – stop by and find your perfect used Mercedes E-class today.