The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has recently announced a refresh for the current generation of the E-Class.
Even if a refresh usually means redesigning the front and rear fascias and maybe add something different to the interior design, Mercedes-Benz didn’t do that and the Germans have announced that the equipment levels are now coming with extra features. The current Mercedes-Benz E-Class is still being offered in Executive, Elegance and Avantgarde levels, but each of those have gotten something more compared to the ones currently found on the streets.
The entry-level Executive version is now being offered with bi-xenon ILS headlights, LED daytime running lights, new 17 inch alloy wheels, leather wrapped multi-function steering wheel and Bluetooth connectivity, all of these offered as standard. The top of the line Avantgarde is now coming with the AMG exterior package as standard, which includes 18 inch five-spoke alloy wheels, a new body kit, larger disc brakes and larger calipers with the Mercedes-Benz logo on them.
Among the standard features, all three versions of the E-Class will get the Command Online feature, the standard steering wheel is being changed to a three-spoke one borrowed from the CLS and the exhaust tips will change their shape, no matter what the engine will be.