19 February 2016
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The latest Mercedes-Benz E-Class made its global debut at the Detroit motor show earlier this year, and is already on sale in the UK. The fifth generation of Mercedes' large executive saloon enters the market to fight against the BMW 5 Series, Volvo S90, Audi A6 and Jaguar XF, and is bristling with new technology. Our video tells you everything you need to know.

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26 March 2016
The interior is an improvement but the vinyl looking cheap wood effect is very Chinese and unacceptable to me. Either do it with some decent veneer or dont do it at all. The self park is nice idea, the rest I dont want. The big screen may or may not be a distraction would need to test drive to check. If the quality is as good as an A6 then they have made progress. The exterior..sorry it does absolutely nothing for me. There is now wow factor, no sit up and take notice - in other words you spend 36K plus to put an anonymous new motor on your drivevway. Have a Benz sign on the front isnt enough

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17 July 2016
Very nice design, inside and out. The only thing about Benz is that they love to add that silly foot-brake pedal which I hope this E class dont have.

Bye bye boring BMW, am going to shift to Benz soon :)

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