Prices for the American Mercedes-Benz E-Class and C-Class revealed
The prices for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and C-Class have been revealed in North America. The 2013 models look absolutely stunning with many fans awaiting the price revelations from Mercedes-Benz for a considerable amount of time. The brand new 2013 Mercedes-Benz Hybrid E400 will cost a staggering $56,705. That’s quite an interesting price choice especially considering that the BMW ActiveHybrid 3 costs $50,195 and the BMW ActiveHybrid 5 costs $61,995. The Mercedes-Benz C250 2013 Sport Sedan now costs $36,455, which is a surprising increase of $550. The Mercedes-Benz C350 coupe is now priced $2,000 more than the C350 two door version, which costs $46,105.
Mercedes-Benz America have cleverly thought out their price structure for their 2013 models. The C-Class have seen price increases too, but this time not by too much. The 2013 C250 luxury sedan costs $36,675. That represents a price increase of $550. The 2013 C250 coupe costs $38,705 which represents a price increase of $580 from 2012. The C300 Sport Sedan which is an all wheel drive vehicle and the C300 luxury sedan saw price increased of $930. The new 2013 C350 sedan will have a starting price of $42,305, increasing by $825. The C350 coupe costs $44,105, increasing by $830. The 2013 C63 AMG sedan costs $60,705 which represents an increase of $870. The C63 AMG Coupe now costs $63,235 which is $900 higher than last year’s model. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class has price a few more substantial price increases. These include the E350 Coupe costing $52,025, up $1320 from the 2012 model. The E350 Coupe all wheel drive coupe costs $59,975 which is $1,350 up.
The E350 convertible has a price tag of $59,975 which represents a great price increase of $1,350. The E350 Bluetec Sedan will cost $53,105, an increase of $490 from the 2012 model. The 2013 E550 coupe will cost a tremendous $58,865, a staggering increase of $1,370. The convertible E550 costs $67,125 which is a great increase of $1,420. The all wheel drive E550 sedan costs $61,305, a raise of $610 from the 2012 version. The huge E63 AMG sedan will cost $90,705, an increase of $900. The E63 AMG sedan costs $93,305, again a rise of $900. Unfortunately Mercedes-Benz’s luxury brand Maybach has been discontinued and will not make an appearance in the 2013 catalogue. Mercedes-Benz America’s price structure will prove to be all important during the battle for that number one spot with BMW.