Local pricing for the facelifted Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet has been released just in time for the models’ July on-sale.

At $79,900 (including GST, any LCT but excluding on-road costs) the new entry level Mercedes-Benz E200 Coupe matches its sedan sibling, and comes in $9000 below the new E200 Cabriolet at $88,900.

Both Coupe and Cabriolet share a 135kW/300Nm turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine claimed to deliver fuel consumption figures of 6.0 litres per 100km and 6.5L/100km respectively.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe - 1

The facelifted E250 Coupe at $96,400 (up $1400 from the previous model) and the E250 Cabriolet at $106,400 (down $1450), now get 155kW of power and 350Nm of torque – a boost of 5kW and 40Nm over their preceding models.

Down $2600, the $98,900 E250 CDI Coupe retains its 150kW/500Nm 2.1-litre turbo-diesel engine but fuel consumption has been improved to 4.7L/100km, down from the previous model’s 5.4L/100km.

Powered by a new 245kW/480Nm twin-turbocharged V6 engine, the $128,900 E400 Coupe will hit 100km/h in a claimed 5.2 seconds, 0.1 of a second faster than the $142,900 E400 Cabriolet.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet - 1

Standard across the E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet range are Mercedes-Benz’s LED intelligent light system, parking sensors, keyless entry, automatic climate control and 19-inch wheels.

Adaptive cruise control with steering assist and Pre-safe technologies are also included as is active park assist and blind spot assist.

And while all Cabriolet models gain the ‘Airscarf’ neck-level heating system, both E400 variants get a Harman/Kardon surround sound system and 360° surround view camera.

The pricing announcement for the revised E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet, both first revealed in January, comes just shy of three months after local prices for the new E-Class sedan and wagon were released.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class manufacturer’s recommended list price (excluding dealer delivery and all on-road costs):
Mercedes-Benz E200 Coupe – $79,900
Mercedes-Benz E250 Coupe – $96,400
Mercedes-Benz E250 CDI Coupe – $98,900
Mercedes-Benz E400 Coupe – $128,900

Mercedes-Benz E200 Cabriolet – $88,900
Mercedes-Benz E250 Cabriolet – $106,400
Mercedes-Benz E400 Cabriolet – $142,900

  • Hjalle

    The current E-Class Coupé is hands down the best looking coupé on the market at the moment, its a shame Mercedes has gone and ruined it with this facelift! The E-Class range has taken a step backwards in the styling department, sadly like this trend can also be seen over at BMW

    • W124

      Best looking coupe on the market? Really?
      Every time I see that bullcrap little quarter window on the coupe it drives me nuts that Mercedes could allow such a design flaw through.
      Think I’ll keep the W124 coupe a little longer.

  • MisterZed

    Need diesel convertible.

    • kassette

      Why? Nobody wants to hear a diesel with the roof off… let alone the diesel aroma…

  • $29896495

    That front looks way better on a bigger car, (but still a questionable effort) with cleaner sides. Prices are still a joke.

  • F1orce

    Are these still rag tops?

  • JD

    I was never a fan of the new E class headlights, but they actually dont look that bad in coupe and cabriolet form

  • Martin

    It seems rather strange that MB have 2 competitors to BMW’s 3 series coupe. The 6 series is hardly a competitor to the E class considering the outrageous pricing, and pricing would suggest that the C and the E are trying to cover the low and higher price spread of the 3 series. Is this right or have I missed something?

  • kassette

    Those features are not standard on the E200 variants in Australia. On these it’s 18″ wheels, collision prevention assist, blind spot assist, comand nav with reversing camera and partial LED headlights. No keyless-go, adaptive cruise control/steering assist or intelligent lights.

    • Josh K

      Clearly it’s the pretentious badge snob model. Nevertheless the E-class isn’t exactly ‘stripped out’ on features