2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Facelift India Launched, Priced At Rs 63.6 Lakh
The long-wheel-base facelift of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is introduced, with prices beginning at Rs 63.6 lakh. The sedan can be chosen in five models with three motor choices.
The exterior gets a new headlamp and front bumper, along with three wider chrome grilles and chrome trim for the fog lights inserts, for the E-Class long wheelbase facelift. New bumper style and slim horizontal tail lamps similar to the ones in the new S class are used in modifications to the rear. New alloy wheel designs are also provided by the E-Class facelift.
An exclusive diamond-loaded front grille, 18-inch alloy wheels, AMG style heads, and rear bumpers, and a special blue beige-Tropez tapering system are available for use in a new E-Class E 350d AMG line. Polar White, Obsidian Black, High-Tech Silver, and Mojave Silver are all the paint colors on the E-Class LWB facelift. Selenite Grey and Designo Hyacinth Red are both available for a limited period of time but only.
The E-Class facelift now has two 12.3-inch displays inside the cabin, one for the instrument cluster and the other for the infotainment system. A new steering wheel, capacitive touch control, is also available in the sedan. Mercedes has now added the rear-center armrest to a new touchscreen and the two back USB ports.
In terms of features, the high-speed E 350d AMG line is fitted with the newest infotainment software from Mercedes, the Android and Apple CarPlay applications, Alexa and Google Home Mercedes’s Reconnect controls, voice commands, the Burmester sound system with a 590W, reclining rear seats.
The E-Class E 350d facelift, with its EBD and brake assistance ABS, ESP stability tracking, child-seat mount ISOFIX, tires, front and back parks, and 360-degree parking camera, is securely equipped with a long-wheelbase, seven airbags.
The long-wheelbase 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class offers the same engine options as the outgoing vehicle. They include a 197hp, 2,0-liter, four-cylinder E-200 turbo-petrol; a 194hp, an E-200d, 2,0-liter diesel, and a 286hp, 3.0-liter, straight-six-speed diesel in the E-350d. Both engines are common together with an automatic gearbox 9-speed torque converter.
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class competes with the BMW 5 Series, the Audi A6, the Jaguar XF, and the Volvo S90.