The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class (W213) sedan was introduced at the North American International Auto Show in January 2016 and launched in spring 2016. It is the fifth generation of this model. After the update, it received a new look with a curvier, streamlined and more flowing design similar to the smaller C-Class and larger S-Class models. Thanks to a longer wheelbase, it has a more passenger space, especially for the rear passengers. The 540-litre boot of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is one of the biggest in the class, but split-folding rear seats is an option.
Inside it has much common with this models too, but by a level of luxury and comfort it closer to an S-Class. On the forward panel, trimmed in leather as the most parts of the interior, the attention drawn by massive 12.3-inch displays of the dashboard and infotainment systems. Both screens can be controlled directly from the steering wheel by two touchpads. The infotainment system could respond to voice commands too, and supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technologies.
There are three suspension systems available for the 2017 E-Class buyers, including optional pneumatic suspension. Of course, there is an impressive choice of electronic aids and safety systems. One of them is an optional Drive Pilot system, which could drive the car autonomously at speeds up to 130 mph (210 km/h). The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class could be powered by four- and six-cylinder diesel and petrol engines, which works with a 9-speed automatic transmission. Some versions are available with an all-wheel-drive system 4MATIC.