Mercedes-Benz Sedans and Wagons Line-Up in the US

Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan

The A-Class Sedan is an entry-level, sub-compact sedan that provides luxury on a budget. It is their smallest sedan in production yet comfortably seats 5 passengers. The A-Class is the car to buy for someone who is yet to feel and understand the Mercedes Experience. The base model A-Class sedan packs a 188HP engine pumping 221 lb-ft torque. The AMG model comes with their 302HP engine that pumps out 295 lb-ft of torque. Pricing for the base model starts at $33,650.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan

The C-Class sedans are known for being one of the most opulent and luxurious mid-sized sedans. However, the car can do better in terms of performance. The car does provide a good driving experience but does it with a rather lackluster engine. The 255HP and 273 lb-ft engine will get the job done, but for those who want performance more than anything should go for the AMG model that comes with a much faster 385HP and 384 lb-ft torque engine. Pricing for the base model starts at $55,950.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan

The E-Class sedan is the go-to car for executives and VIPs seeing how it’s fitted with all the bells and whistles one can ask for, sleek looking both on the inside and out, while being less expensive than the all-star S-Class. The base model E-Class sedan comes with the same 255HP and 273 lb-ft engine as the C-Class whereas the AMG model comes with a much powerful 603HP and 664 lb-ft engine making it a powerhouse of a car. Pricing for the base model starts at $54,250.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Sedan

The S-Class sedan is the balls-to-wall, no compromise sedan in the Mercedes line-up. The S-Class is the definition of a premium sedan, and you’re definitely paying a premium for it. It comes packing a 362HP engine with 369 lb-ft torque and also the AMG model with a 603HP and 664 lb-ft torque, the S-Class is definitely a premium sedan. Pricing for the base model starts at $94,250.

Mercedes-Maybach

The Maybach previously was a sub-brand under the Mercedes-Benz umbrella but was later integrated into the Mercedes line-up. Aimed for the cream of the crop, the class that doesn’t care about performance or mileage and wants nothing but sheer opulence, the Mercedes Maybach is the most luxurious sedan the company has to offer. The Maybach comes with a 436HP and 516 lb-ft torque that provides a very smooth driving experience. Pricing for the base model starts at $173,000.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon

The E-Class wagon is admittedly not the prettiest or the most powerful car that Mercedes has to offer but is one of the most practical one in the line-up. The 2021 model ditches the old vanilla exteriors and opts for a more rugged and masculine look which does make it look less of an eyesore while still being plenty luxurious. The 362HP and 369 lb-ft engine in the base model gets the job done without any problems but the 603HP and 627 lb-ft AMG variant engine gives it a much needed kick. Pricing for the base model starts at $67,600.

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Car Images: Mercedes-Benz USA website

Feature Image: Photo by Paul Hoenhorst on Unsplash

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