Mercedes-Benz E Class variants
Total price
Monthly payment
Figures are based on a 20% deposit

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £32,999. Borrowing £26,399 with a £6,600 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£464.20
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£43,382.39
Cost of credit
£10,383.39
Optional final payment
£14,501.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Mercedes E-Class Coupe FAQs

Like most Mercedes cars, the E-Class Coupe's interior is one of its stand-out features. Leather, metal or wood covers almost every surface you touch, and the infotainment setup is one of the most sophisticated and eye-catching in this class, helping the Coupe feel high-tech.

It's one of the largest coupes on sale so, in addition to the spacious front seats, there's a respectable amount of room for rear passengers. There's enough head, leg and elbow room for six-footers to sit in the back in reasonable comfort, although they won't be able to lounge about like they can in the back of an E-Class saloon.

The E-Class Coupe's boot has 425 litres of space available. That figure is quite generous and means you can easily fit a couple's holiday luggage with space to spare. The actual boot itself is wide and long, but not very deep thanks to the coupe body shape, so you might struggle to carry taller items if you can't lay them flat.

Insurance groups for the E-Class Coupe range from 35 to 48, out of 50 in the UK. That places it well towards the more expensive end of the insurance spectrum, so expect to pay more to insure your E-Class Coupe than the average car.

The exact insurance group for your E-Class Coupe depends on the year it was built as well what engine and equipment it's outfitted with. Pricier models with larger engines will cost more, while affordable versions will have slightly cheaper premiums.

Mercedes, along with its fellow German premium brands BMW and Audi, tends to receive middling scores in reliability surveys. There aren't widespread reports of common problems with the E-Class Coupe, but issues may crop up a little more frequently than an average car – in part because luxurious cars usually come equipped with lots of on-board features, which means more potential points of failure as a result.

For greater peace of mind, you can add an extended warranty to your E-Class Coupe when you buy it, regardless of whether you're getting it new or used. This will protect you from the cost of unexpected mechanical or electrical problems.