Mercedes-Benz Australia has released pricing and specifications for the facelifted 2021 E-Class line-up, headlined by a new design inside and out, as well as the company’s latest MBUX infotainment system.

    UPDATE, 8/2/2021: Mercedes-Benz has introduced a new E350 variant. We’ve updated the article with information.

    The new range has six basic trim levels – E200, E300, E300 e, E350, AMG E53 and AMG E63 S – with sedan, coupe and cabriolet body styles available depending on variant.

    Some prices have changed for 2021, with the base E200’s price reduced by up to $1800. Other models have increased in price, including the range-topping AMG E63 S that’s now $3500 more expensive.

    Diesel power is no longer available locally and the outgoing model’s six-cylinder variants are also absent, as is the E-Class All-Terrain crossover wagon.


    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E200 Sedan: $98,700 (-$1200)
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E200 Coupe: $103,700 (-$1800)
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E300 Sedan: $117,900
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E300 Coupe: $117,400
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E300 Cabriolet: $130,900
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E300 e Sedan: $123,500 (+$2100)
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E350 Sedan: $127,100
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E350 Coupe: $128,200
    • 2021 Mercedes-Benz E350 Cabriolet: $141,300
    • 2021 Mercedes-AMG E53 4Matic+ Sedan: $162,300 (+$2400)
    • 2021 Mercedes-AMG E53 4Matic+ Coupe: $164,800 (+$2400)
    • 2021 Mercedes-AMG E53 4Matic+ Cabriolet: $170,900 (+$2500)
    • 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S 4Matic+ Sedan: $253,900 (+$3500)

    All prices exclude on-road costs


    The 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class has a range of different engines.

    E200 variants feature a 2.0-litre turbo petrol developing 140kW and 320Nm, driving the rear wheels via a nine-speed automatic.

    Opting for the E300 boosts the 2.0-litre engine’s outputs to 190kW and 370Nm.

    The plug-in hybrid E300 e pairs a 155kW/350Nm version of the 2.0-litre turbo petrol with a 90kW/440Nm e-motor, making for system outputs of 235kW and 700Nm.

    The E350 features a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol four-cylinder engine mated to a 48V mild-hybrid system. Total outputs are 220kW of power and 400Nm of torque and, like the other four-cylinder E-Class models, it uses a nine-speed automatic transmission.

    Stepping up to the AMG E53 brings a 3.0-litre turbocharged inline six with 48V mild-hybrid assistance, pumping out 320kW and 520Nm. The 48V ‘EQ Boost’ system contributes an additional 16kW and 250Nm for short bursts.

    The AMG E53 gets 4Matic+ variable all-wheel drive as standard, as well as an AMG Speedshift nine-speed auto.

    Finally, the range-topping AMG E63 S is only available as an all-wheel drive sedan, powered by a 450kW/850Nm 4.0-litre bi-turbo V8.

    The AMG E63 S gets its own multi-clutch AMG Speedshift nine-speed automatic and variable 4Matic+ all-wheel drive.

    Fuel Economy

    The 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan uses 8.0L/100km on the combined cycle in the E200 and E300, 7.7L/100km in the E350, 2.2L/100km in the E300e, 9.2L/100km in the E53 and 12.3L/100km in the E63.

    The E-Class Coupe uses 7.9L/100km in the E200, 8.0L/100km in the E300, 7.7L/100km in the E350, and 9.3L/100km in the E53.

    Finally, the E-Class Cabriolet uses 8.2L/100km in the E300, 7.8L/100km in the E350, and 9.4L/100km in the E53.


    The new E-Class Sedan measures 4935mm long, 1852mm wide and 1460mm tall, with a 2939mm wheelbase.

    E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet models are 4835mm long, 1860mm wide and 1430mm tall (1428mm Cabriolet), with a 1605mm wheelbase.


    Being a facelift rather than a generational overhaul, the updated E-Class range is expected to carryover the outgoing model’s five-star safety rating, achieved in 2016.

    The rating applies to all sedan versions of the E-Class, based on scores of 95 per cent for adult occupant protection, 90 per cent for child occupants, 77 per cent for pedestrian detection and 62 per cent for safety assist.

    All models received the Driving Assistance Package Plus as standard for 2021, including adaptive cruise control with stop&go, autonomous emergency braking with cross-traffic assist, lane change assist, active blind spot assist, evasive steering assist and route-based speed adaptation.

    Dual frontal, side chest and side head airbags (curtains) and a driver knee airbag are standard on the pre-facelift E-Class.

    Standard Equipment

    E200 highlights:

    • 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
    • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
    • AMG Line exterior styling
    • 19-inch 10-spoke AMG alloy wheels
    • Parktronic Active Park Assist
    • Surround-view camera
    • Mercedes me Connect app integration
    • Wireless smartphone charging
    • 64-colour ambient lighting
    • Electrically-adjustable front seats with heating and three-position memory
    • Artico leatherette upholstery (Sedan)
    • Leather upholstery (Coupe)
    • Rear privacy glass
    • Agility Control suspension with passive selective damping
    • Keyless entry/start
    • Handsfree boot access
    • LED headlights with Adaptive High Beam Assist

    The E300 and E350 add:

    • 20-inch AMG multispoke alloy wheels
    • Leather upholstery
    • Air Body Control air suspension
    • Multibeam LED headlights
    • Metallic paint

    E300 e adds:

    • Type 2 charging cable
    • 19-inch 10-spoke AMG alloy wheels

    AMG E53 4Matic+ adds:

    • Nappa leather upholstery
    • Front sports seats
    • Sports steering wheel with flat bottom
    • Head-up display with virtual windscreen projection
    • AMG sports pedals
    • 13-speaker Burmester surround sound system
    • Panoramic glass sunroof
    • Sports brake system with perforated front discs
    • Speed-sensitive sports steering
    • AMG Performance exhaust
    • Bootlid spoiler lip
    • 20-inch, five twin-spoke alloy wheels

    AMG E63 S 4Matic+ adds:

    • Heated/cooled front seats
    • Active Multicontour Seat Package
    • Heated outer rear seats
    • Heated front armrest
    • Tri-zone climate control
    • ‘Energizing Comfort Control’ and Air-Balance air filtering package
    • AMG-specific steering wheel buttons
    • AMG Track Pack data logger
    • MBUX Interior Assistant with gesture control
    • MBUX Augmented Reality system
    • AMG rear limited-slip differential
    • Active dynamic engine mount
    • 20-inch, five twin-spoke bi-colour alloy wheels


    Mercedes-Benz offers upfront service plans covering up to five years.

    The outgoing E-Class range (non-AMG models) asks for $2450 over three years, and $4800 over five.

    AMG E53 models cost $2500 and $5100 over three and five years respectively.

    Finally, the AMG E63 S costs $4300 to service over three years and $7050 over five – note all service prices are for the pre-facelift E-Class range.

    E-Class and AMG E53 variants require servicing every 12 months or 25,000 kilometres, while the AMG E63 S reduces the mileage interval to 20,000 kilometres.

    James Wong

    James Wong is the Production Editor at CarExpert based in Melbourne, Australia. With experience on both media and manufacturer sides of the industry, James has a specialty for product knowledge which stems from a life-long obsession with cars. James is a Monash University journalism graduate, an avid tennis player, and the proud charity ambassador for Drive Against Depression – an organisation that supports mental wellness through the freedom of driving and the love of cars. He's also the proud father of Freddy, a 2019 Volkswagen Golf GTI .

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