Our Opinion - 2022 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Review

It’s not necessary to look any further than Mercedes-Car Benz’s of a Year win from 2021 to see why we adore the E-Class. When it comes to comfort and style, this midsize sedan surpasses its rivals thanks to its combination of cutting-edge technology and classic materials like wood grain and stitched leather.

The E-most Class’s impressive feature is its ability to deliver consistently high quality across a wide range of body types and drivetrains. Just like the Mercedes-AMG E63 S, the entry-level 4 car has been meticulously designed. As a result of the E-optional Class’s air suspension, the vehicle’s handling and ride quality are exceptional.

The MBUX infotainment system in the E-Class can be a bit clumsy at times, and it doesn’t always respond consistently to the same inputs. Even a six-foot-tall person in the backseat legroom to be more than adequate.

There are a few small issues with the E-Class, but they pale in comparison to its incredible technology, high-quality materials and solid driving dynamics. Everything about it is fantastic.


  • Luxurious old-school and new-school
  • Powerful drivetrains
  • The air suspension is exceptional


  • Controls for the entertainment system that operate in a haphazard fashion
  • More cramped back seat space compared to rivals
  • Only a few driver assistance features come standard on all models
  • 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four
  • 255 hp/273 lb-ft of torque
  • In 6.1 seconds, the car goes from 0-60 mph (mfr est)
  • 22/30-31 mpg on the highway, 30 mpg in the city

Mercedes E450 4matic

  • 3.0-liter turbo-inline six-cylinder mild hybrid motor
  • The engine produces 362 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.
  • 4.6 seconds to go from 0-60 mph.
  • mpg (miles per gallon) on the highway: 30

E53 4matic+ Mercedes-Amg

  • An electric supercharger powers the mild hybrid 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine.
  • Power and torque figures: 429 hp and 384 lb-ft, respectively
  • 0-60 mph acceleration in 4.0 secs (E53 Coupe)
  • 22/29 mpg city/highway mpg

E63 S 4matic+ Mercedes-Amg

  • Turbocharged V-8 engine with four valves per cylinder
  • 603 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque are available.
  • 3.0 second zero-to-60 mph sprint.
  • The city/highway mpg is 16/23 mpg

For us, an E450 4Matic All-Terrain is the best E-Class to buy. Unbelievably constant power delivery and then all the performance most buyers need are provided by the 3.0-liter mild-hybrid inline-six turbocharged.

All-Terrain models come standard with a comparatively tiny rear-facing third row, as well as the higher ride height, increased ground clearance, and ample cargo space that make SUVs so popular. It’s a stretch to call this E-Class wagon an SUV, but it’s a fantastic all-around luxury vehicle.

According to the body style, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class has a different number of seats. Sedans, AMG wagons, coupes, and convertibles all seat five passengers, while the E-Class All-Terrain has a bench seat in back that can accommodate seven passengers. Legroom in the front seats of the sedans and waggons ranges from 41.7 inches to 36.1-36.2 inches.

In the coupe & convertible, rear legroom is reduced to 35.9 & 34.1 inches, respectively. Towing capacity ranges from 9.0 cubes (convertible) to 10.0 (coupe), 13.1 cubes (sedan), and 35.0 cubes (wagon). (Although, trunks are calculated differently from open-top hatchback and waggon cargo areas.)”

The E-breadth Classes of offerings is one of its greatest strengths, and it should continue through 2022. The mid-size Mercedes stands out among its competitors because it can be ordered in a two-door coupe, convertible, and is agon in addition to the standard four-door sedan body style. For 2021, the All-Terrain, a lifted waggon that looks like an SUV, will take the place of the E450.

As a result, it would be shocking if Mercedes-Benz changed its current interior design for the 2022 E-Class. A touchpad in the centre of the dashboard and an instrument panel cluster behind the wheel should be included in the cabin’s 12.3-inch displays. There is a good chance that Apple CarPlay, Android, & GPS navigation will be included in the vehicle.

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The engine lineup for the 2021 E-Class includes everything from a frugal four-cylinder to a powerful twin-turbo V-8. The 4Matic AWD system is standard on most E-Class models, and RWD is accessible on four methods.

Unless otherwise specified, all power and fuel economic growth figures apply to the E-Class compact car only. The EPA’s 2021 ratings are used to calculate fuel economy.

The IIHS has given the E-Class high marks for safety. As recently as the coming new year, Mercedes-E-Class Benz’s received the highest possible crashworthiness and front-crash prevention scores. The 2020 E-Class was named a 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ for its available curve-adaptive LED headlights & automatic high beams. The NHTSA has given the 2021 E-Class a 5 overall safety rating.

For 2021, Mercedes-Benz will include some standard driver assistance features, and we can expect this to continue in 2022. Rain-sensing wipers, automatic braking, blind-spot monitoring, and driver attention warnings are expected to be standard. In 2022, the driver-assist package includes adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, lane centering, and lane change assist, if it is retained.

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