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INFOGRAPHIC: Top Features of the Mercedes-Benz E Class

It seems like all the saloons are morphing into the same body shape and design as the S Class. First to follow suit was the C Class and now at last the much awaited E Class is on the road. When you look at the three classes of saloons next to each other you probably wouldn’t be able to tell much difference on the exterior except from the slight difference in size and the variation of the head and rear lights but the interior tells whole different story. To get the real feel and appreciate how these three classes are actually quite individual from each other you will need to pop into a showroom and test drive them as driving them as oppose to looking and feeling them are two separate things.

The other major different that you will defintely feel is the price difference but thanks to the continuous support received on contract hire and low interest rates from their internal finance department Mercedes-Benz car leasing closes the gap on affordability making it more realistic to have one of these dream cars.

Infographic: Mercedes E Class Exterior

Infographic: Mercedes E Class Interior

Although Mercedes-Benz has a lot to offer it comes with a price tag and for some it requires a little financial planning to afford to drive one. However you can get some very impressive features and comforts from other European and British manufactured saloons such as the Ford Mondeo, Vauxhall Vectra, VW Passat or maybe something similar in the prestige range of BMW 3, 5 and 7 series, Audi A4, A5 and A6.

You can find and compare all of the above saloons on personal car leasing options with great monthly deals from 12 to 48 month contracts and deposit as low as a few hundred pounds.

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Posted on 5th September 2016 at 10:01 AM

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