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2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Consumer Discussions

2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet Debut...

I test drove a 2013 4-Matic E-Class today which was a very beautiful car. It was a very smooth ride which was surprising since it is AWD. However, although it was a good comfortable ride, I was not ov...

I own a new 2001 E320 (it happens to be a wagon) that has had a strange, intermittent noise coming from the front of the car since the day I got it. This noise occurs only during modest acceleration?...

2013 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Teased Ahead of 2013 Detroit Auto Show...

Is this a bad time of year, to lease an E-Class? The quotes I received on a 2016 E-Class with zero down, 15,000 miles per year, taxes, fees, and maintenance included have been high. I leased my last...

The most recent True Cost to Own info we have is for a new 2013 E350 Class. But you could expect that changes for the '14 and '15 models wouldn't be drastic....

I am considering the lease of a new 2013 S550, according to dealer they are making attractive deals equal to $500 less per month than 2014s. Any thoughts?...

You can get a 2013 gs now for 740mo 10k miles, 0$ across board n work it further! So 650 for a c250 noooo way62k $ lexus vs.c250@. 40k$ not even close! Matter a fact one your in the 700-900 range u c?...

Just picked up a 2013 ML lease - folks think this is a good deal? Doesnt seem to be as great of promos on the ML than on the C and E classes right now...but I thought I did OK. I calculate ~13% off o?...
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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class in VA is:

$169.50 per month*
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