For Mercedes offers suspension options to suit every taste, while the pricing, specification and running costs are all competitive.
Against It’s a bit tight in the back, the interior doesn’t feel classy enough, and some of the engines are very unrefined.
Comfortable and well priced, but it can’t match the best rivals on refinement of quality.
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The Mercedes E-Class Coupe is more than just a two-door version of the saloon; it has a 115mm shorter wheelbase, trading some interior space for greater agility, and it has the option of individual electronic suspension control with the AMG-tuned suspension that is standard on Sport models.The E-Class genes are plain to see in other areas, though, from the edgy, deliberately disharmonious styling to the up-to-the-minute safety features, including a driver drowsiness detection system.
Its seven engines – four-cylinder and V6 petrols and diesels and a V8 petrol – are all taken from the E-Class, too. Each has Merc's Blue Efficiency measures, which help keep fuel consumption and CO2 emissions down. However, the E350 CDI is the pick of the range.
I bought this car 20 months ago purely on its dramatic looks. I chose the lowest powered engine as I'm not interested in performance but want style…
If you’re going to buy an E-Class Coupe, this is the engine to go for. We prefer the softer SE suspension, though.