The Special Edition package adds 19-inch AMG alloy wheels, panoramic sliding sunroof, heated front seats, 360-degree camera, wood/leather steering wheel, illuminated front door sills, and a Harman Kardon Logic 7 surround sound system with DAB+ digital radio.
At $103,800 for the E250 Special Edition and $106,300 for the E250 CDI Special Edition, the package costs buyers $6900 over the base cars.
Mercedes-Benz claims the total value of the added equipment is $12,000, translating to an overall value advantage of $5100.
The E-Class Special Editions are available exclusively as sedans.
The Special Edition package is expected to give E-Class sales a further boost. Sales of the large luxury model are up 50 per cent so far this year to 791, giving it a commanding 31 per cent share of its segment.