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2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs 2018 BMW 4 Series

The E-Class is one of the brand’s flagship models, world-renowned for its intelligence, innovation, and class. Year after year, the E-Class sets the standard for luxury vehicles. The 2018 E-Class lineup received several updates, including the all-new Coupe. To highlight the newest E-Class, we stacked it against one its top rivals in this 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class vs 2018 BMW 4 Series comparison.

Buying luxury means getting what you pay for, and the price of the E-Class embodies that value—although the 4 Series is more affordable, the E-Class offers drivers more features and amenities to enjoy. The E-Class also delivers 9 more horsepower than the 4 Series, but the latter has a faster acceleration rate. Both models offer all-wheel drive capability to improve control and inspire confidence behind the wheel. Come and discover why the E-Class offers the best value and driving experience.



2018 E-Class

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2018 BMW 4 Series

$52,950* Starting MSRP $43,300
Sedan, Coupe, Cabriolet, & wagon Available Body Styles Coupe, Gran Coupe, and Convertible
329 horsepower Max Horsepower 320 horsepower
5.5 seconds 0-60 MPH Acceleration 4.6 seconds
4MATIC® Intelligent AWD All-Wheel Drive Capability XDrive Intelligent AWD

*MSRP does/does not include transportation charge. Excludes options, taxes, title, registration, [and dealer prep]. Options, model availability, and price may vary. [See dealer for details.]


2018 E-Class Body Styles and Output

The 2018 E-Class lineup is truly something to behold with four upscale body styles to choose from. Available in sedan, coupe, cabriolet, and wagon configurations, the E-Class serves a diverse range of driving needs. Both the sedan and wagon body styles offer AMG®-enhanced options, as well. The four E-Class body styles and configurations are listed below along with output and pricing information.

E-Class Coupe | Available in two models—E 300 and E 400 4MATIC®. The base model features rear-wheel drive, while the E 400 features 4MATIC® all-wheel drive. Max output is 329 horsepower and 354 lb-ft torque. Max acceleration rate (0-60 MPH) is 5.2 seconds. Starting MSRP is $58,900*.

E-Class Cabriolet | Available in two models—E 300 and E 400 4MATIC®. The base model features rear-wheel drive, while the E 400 is equipped with 4MATIC® all-wheel drive. Max output is 329 horsepower and 354 lb-ft torque. Max acceleration rate (0-60 MPH) is 5.3 seconds. Starting MSRP is $66,300*.

E-Class Sedan | Available in two regular and two AMG® models—E 300, E 300 4MATIC®, AMG® E 43, and AMG® E 63 S. Max output for the non-AMG® models is 241 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. AMG® models max out at 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft torque. Max acceleration rate (0-60 MPH) is 3.3 seconds. Starting MSRP is $52,950*.

E-Class Wagon | Available in one regular and one AMG®, model—E 300 4MATIC® and AMG® E 63 S. Max output for the non-AMG® model is 329 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque. The AMG® model maxes out at 603 horsepower and 627 lb-ft torque. Max acceleration rate (0-60 MPH) is 3.4 seconds. Starting MSRP is $63,050*. 
*MSRP does/does not include transportation charge. Excludes options, taxes, title, registration, [and dealer prep]. Options, model availability, and price may vary. [See dealer for details.]

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