2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Research & Reviews

Overview & Reviews

Average Score

4.00/5 Average
15 Total Reviews
This Year's Model Updates:

For 2013, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class adds two new models: an E350 Coupe 4Matic and the E400 Hybrid. New features include an updated mbrace telematics system, standard heated seats on coupe and cabriolet models and an optional Bang & Olufsen audio system for sedans and wagons.

Pros:
  • Strong V8 engines
  • Available V6 diesel
  • Extensive safety features
  • Innovative convertible features.
  • Spacious sedan interior
  • Superb ride and handling balance
  • Meticulous construction
Cons:
  • Less sporty than some competitors.

User Reviews:

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  • Good but could be great if they could FIX MY CAR - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Nice car but I recommend road testing on the freeway before buying. Mine makes a whine between 70 - 80 MPH. Dealer replaced rear end twice in 2500 miles. Still whines. They opened a "factory Case File" on my car. MB representative promptly called me and told me the sound was a "Characteristic" and they would do no more fixes, even though no other E350 does what mine does. I am stuck with a car that makes a whine on the freeway, and I have to drive a lot on the freeway due to where I live. Hard to believe that for this price point MB won't stand behind their cars. They used the "characteristic" line to avoid the car being labeled a lemon. Very Dishonest.

  • Never again....back to Lexus - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Once I hit 65,000 miles... - Engine oil leak - AC motor bad - Motor Mounts collapsed - 275.00 key If this is luxury driving, I want out. I will go back to Lexus, Acura, or Infinity. This is a joke. Now I know why they have free cappuccino at the dealer...because you will be there a lot! Never will buy a Mercedes again! Horrible car for the money.

  • Overrated - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    I have read a lot of the reviews on the E35O and know a lot of people like this car but I think it is overrated because it has the Mercedes name plate. If the same car had a Ford or Chevy name plate on it I wonder if it with be rated so highly. I have a 2013 E-350 with Sports package. I have had some issues with the command console and the road noise is terrible. Mercedes say the level of road noise is normal. I guess since I have the sport package. It is too much noise for any car to have coming in the cabin. I have a 2001 BMW 530 with sports package and it is quieter than the E350. The technical issues with the command console, I plan to visit the dealer today.

  • WHAT A CAR MBZ E350 - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Finally got back to MBZ E350 2013. What a car from the past ones I have had. This car is as smooth as butter when driving and not only that but the 4000.00 premium luxury package we got with it is the best. All around I am in heaven with this beauty. Comfort, security, the SOUND, you feel like your are in the concert when you listen to the CD's or DVD's . The best of the best for me and the family, Great job MBZ. You will not be disappointed when buying or leasing this baby .

  • Balance shaft - MBZ does not stand behind - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Great car, comfortable and great value. BUT be careful, as Mercedes does not stands behind their products. I have a MBZ E350, and at 63K, I got a check engine problem that required a balance shaft to be changed at the cost of $6K, because of a shaft that was not properly tempered. MBZ clearly built a product that was flawed, as about 20% of the cars that has the E350 engine had the problem. BUT they leaved us poor users to deal with it, and didn't stand behind their poor craftmaship product.

  • Truly a great vehicle - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Prior to this car I owned 4 C-Classes (2006, 2008, 2009, 2011). Personally, I felt the C-Class was a good vehicle that came with a premium price tag because of the 3-point badges affixed to the hood and bumper. Unable to get my hands on a C-Class coupe w/ 4Matic I went with the 2013 E350 Sport 4-Matic (Black on Black, AMG Wheels, P2, and Pano-roof). What a suprise. There is a clear line drawn in the sand between the C-Class and the E/S Classes. First, the E-Class is crafted with overall superior materials and attention to detail. Second, this car is fast, much faster than my last C300. At almost 4000lbs this car is a beast (0-60 approx 5.6). Last, its roomey inside like a Lincoln Town Car.

  • Mercedes, now: bad cars, bad service. Take it from a customer of 15+ years - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Until recently I had a MBZ C230 and E350. After 5+ years of owning my C230 I started having problems with it. I am not the kind of person who complains after owning a car for more than 5 years. This latest incident, though, with a newly leased 2013 E350 with bells and whistles has actually ended my relationship with Mercedes for good. I have already traded in my C230 for another car from another luxury car maker, I intend to trade in my E350 in due time. The 3 year lease on the E350 has more than 2 years left on it (so the incident described below happened with a car that is only ~10 months old).See below.See "suggested improvements" for incident

  • 2013 E350 Harman Kardon weak bass - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    This 2013 is my fifth E class. I also have owned S class, CLK, C class, SLK. I traded a 2013 Equss with 10k miles for this new 2013 E because I missed the feeling of being connected to the road. . I have 6k miles on the E car. My big disappointment in the new E with Harman Kardon Pro Logic 7 is the radio. There is not enough low end.. bass. I noticed others complaining about lack of bass in E cars. This 2013 is my fifth E class. I also have owned S class, CLK, C class, SLK. I traded a 2013 Equss with 10k miles for this new 2013 E because I missed the feeling of being connected to the road. . I have 6k miles on the E car. My big disappointment in the new E with Harman Kardon

  • 2013 is a great car - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    I test car whole bunch of new cars for extended periods including Audi A6, Audi Q5, BMW 5 Series and even Jeep Cherokee. But I decided to buy Mercedes E350 Sport. Audi A6 was strong contender but went with E350. Car feels assured, is quieter inside the cabin than Audi or BMW. Not to mention that I got a gteat deal on it nearly 10K less than MSRP. The value for money, none other could beat.

  • E350 4MATIC Sport - 2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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    Moved up to the E-class from 2011 C300 4Matic Sport because I wanted a slightly larger vehicle. The E350 certainly accomplished that. Compared to the C300 sport the E350 ride is more comfortable but a little less "sporty". There is a some body roll noted when driving even mildly aggressive but not so enough to ruin the driving experience. There is plenty of power from the 302hp V6 and surprisingly reasonable gas mileage, thus far. Just like with my previous MB, I wanted a vehicle that stood out a little from the other MBs commonly seen. I opted for the sport trim (obviously), the 18" AMG twin spoke wheel package and rear deck-lid spoiler. Aside from appearance choices, I went with P2 p

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