E’s are good
If I could get away with it, I’d cut straight to the chase and write in bold, capital letters: “TRUST ME HERE, THE NEW MERCEDES E-CLASS COUPE, JUST BUY IT!” and leave it at that. But since you’re probably expecting to read something a little more insightful, rather than a lazy nine-word piece of consumer advice, I had best expand my findings on Mercedes’ perennial 2-door coupe.
So, listen up, people. What we have here is the all-new E–Class Coupe which boasts better efficiencies, a roomier interior with more backseat space, a virtual cockpit, oodles of safety equipment and a fully-autonomous driving system.
You approach the E-Coupe with a mix of familiarity and admiration: it does look like a scaled-down version of the S-Class Coupe, but it’s no less handsome for that. The AMG Line (the sole trim level it’ll be offered in when it goes on sale later this month) adds a suitable amount of muscle tone, emphasising a presence of understated exclusivity that belies its £40,135 price tag.
Frankly though, it could look like a box of cornflakes on the outside and people would still want to get in, because the interior is on a high- Room for four adults