If you’re living in the United States of America, then this is big news for you: Mercedes-Benz has just announced all the new pricing for the 2016 model year range.
Mercedes-Benz is spurting out new models one after another so working as a salesman in one of the company’s showrooms is not the easiest of jobs right now. Still, at the rate the Mercedes-Benz sales figures are growing, I doubt anyone’s complaining…
Listing all the prices for all the models available on the US market would make your scrolling finger sore, so we’ll just run the novelties instead.
First off is the C 450 AMG 4MATIC which gets a recommended price of 50,800 USD; moving on to larger models, there’s the S 550 e (plug-in hybrid) costing 95,650 USD, the exact same amount as an S 550 with standard rear-wheel drive; jumping back to the small division, there’s the SLK 300 asking 47,000 off its potential buyers, while the even smaller smart coupe – due for sale in September – still hasn’t got a set price.
The recently released full-sized SUV coupe – the GLE Coupe – has only two version which cost 65,100 and 109,300 respectively. The first one is the “modest” GLE 450 AMG 4MATIC, while the second is the fully fledged Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S 4MATIC with its 577 hp twin-turbo V8 engine.
If coupe SUVs aren’t your thing, then you’ll be happy to know the standard GLE offers a lot more engine options and they are also less expensive than the equivalent GLE Coupe version. Thus, the GLE starts off at 51,100 USD for the GLE 350 and goes all the way to the GLE 63 S AMG 4MATIC which is priced at 107,100 USD. The Mercedes-Benz SUV also offers one diesel option in the form of GLE 300 d 4MATIC for the price of 52,500 USD.
Come November, Mercedes-Benz GLC buyers should come prepared with either 38,950 USD or 40,950 USD, depending on whether they want a GLC 300 (with rear-wheel drive) or a GLC 300 4MATIC.
Finally, the range topping Mercedes-AMG G 65 will now costs 217,900 USD.