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2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe and convertible revealed
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26th May 2020
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2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe and convertible revealed

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its facelifted 2021 E-Class lineup ahead of an Australian arrival in October. The updated Mercedes-Benz E-Class models get a new grille, redesigned LED tail lights, four extra paint colour options – including high-tech silver, graphite grey metallic, mojave silver and patagonia red – and ‘aero’ wheels. Inside, a new open-pore grey ash wood and aluminium with light carbon-fibre grain trim option accompanies an all-new 'intelligent' steering wheel.
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Liam Murphy
Mercedes-Benz introduces GLA180 Urban, B180 and E200 Sport editions
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14th Nov 2019
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Mercedes-Benz introduces GLA180 Urban, B180 and E200 Sport editions

Special editions are an age-old tradition. After all, who wants to get just a regular base model? That’s especially true in the luxury car market, so Mercedes-Benz has picked some highlights from its range of option packages and given some of its entry-level models more showroom appeal with special edition models featuring drive-away prices. The GLA180 Urban Edition, B180 Sport Edition and E200 Sport Edition sedan join the recently introduced C200 Sport Edition sedan and coupe.
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William Stopford
2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class recalled
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8th Apr 2019
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2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class recalled

Mercedes-Benz Australia has issued a recall for the 2016 model-year E-Class, over concerns the airbag could be damaged. The German marque reports the air conditioner housing may have "collided with the airbag control unit during assembly", which could have damaged the latter.
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James Wong
2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate recalled
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12th Mar 2019
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2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate recalled

Mercedes-Benz has recalled seven examples of the 2018 E-Class Estate, over concerns the rear spoiler could separate from the body. According to the company, the right-hand side of the spoiler on the tailgate mightn't have been correctly fastened. If the condition occurs, there's a risk the spoiler will detach completely from the car while driving, putting the driver and other road users at an increased risk of accident.
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Scott Collie