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.
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.
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