Mercedes-Benz E Class variants
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Total cash price £36,599. Borrowing £29,279 with a £7,320 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£502.21
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£48,293.16
Cost of credit
£11,694.16
Optional final payment
£16,867.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Mercedes E-Class saloon FAQs

The E-Class saloon is a luxurious car with plenty of passenger space. That means it's quite a big car, with a large footprint.

It measures in just a little less than five metres long, so you won't be able to squeeze it into very tight parking spaces. Standard-fit front and rear parking sensors do, at least, make it easier to wiggle into the spaces it does fit into.

The E-Class saloon's boot measures in at 540 litres. That's a decent figure and means you should be able to squeeze a family's holiday luggage in there if you pack tactically.

Loading items is fairly easy thanks to the wide opening but the slightly lower boot height means taller and awkwardly shaped items might pose more of a challenge. If you need a little extra space, take a look at the Mercedes E-Class Estate.

Top-quality interiors are something of a theme for Mercedes cars, as you'd expect from its upmarket image. The E-Class saloon is no exception, with acres of real leather, metal and wood trimming the cabin. There's also plenty of gadgets hidden behind its neat dashboard, with a high-tech infotainment system handling the majority of functions.

Passenger accommodation in the E-Class saloon is excellent. Front passengers get lots of space and a good view out, while those in the back get plenty of leg and headroom, making it easy to tackle long journeys without a stiff back in sight. The Mercedes E-Class Estate has the edge for cargo room, but there's still loads of space in the saloon's boot for most day-to-day tasks.