Are you considering purchasing a new luxury sedan? When it comes to luxury, you truly get what you pay for. See how the E-Class Sedan compares to a slightly more affordable model with the 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan vs 2018 Cadillac CTS Sedan comparison chart below.
The E 300 Sedan and CTS Standard Sedan are the most different in terms of safety equipment. Despite the small $6,000 price difference, the E 300 Sedan offers 15 more standard safety features. So, the real cost of that price difference? You and your family's safety. Besides standard safety equipment, the sedans both sport powerful 2.0L engines, but the E 300 Sedan's advanced 9G-TRONIC transmission delivers better driving dynamics.
2018 Mercedes-Benz E 300 Sedan
2018 Cadillac CTS Standard Sedan
|2.0L Turbo & 9G-TRONIC automatic||Powertrain||2.0L Turbo & 8-speed automatic|
|241 horsepower & 273 lb-ft of torque||Performance Output||268 horsepower & 295 lb-ft of torque|
|19||# of Standard Safety Features||4|
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Modern safety technologies have come a long way in recent years and the feeling of confidence and peace of mind they provide behind the wheel is truly priceless--which is why the E 300 is equipped with 19 standard safety features. From cameras and radars to driver-assists, the sedan offers an extra level of confidence behind the wheel.
We've highlighted a few key standard safety features in the list below: