Mercedes-Benz has confirmed Australian pricing for its updated E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet models, following the launch last month of the sedan and Estate.
Unveiled in January, the revised two-door E-Class models kick off at $79,900 for the Coupe, and $88,900 for the Cabrio.
As with the the sedan and Estate wagon models, the debut of the updated two-door models marks a significant price cut, with the outgoing models priced from $95,000 and $107,850 respectively.
However, the cuts come courtesy of the introduction of new entry-level E 200 models in both bodystyles, while the E 250 models have gone up by $1400 for the Coupe and down by $1450 for the Cabriolet.
The updated two-door E models get fewer sheetmetal changes than their sedan and wagon counterparts, but styling and technology enhancements are not lacking.
Both bodystyles get a new face, with Merc's broad new grille design, along with new headlights and a bold new bumper design.
Changes at the rear end are less obvious, with new LED elements filling the existing tail-light housings, and new bumpers. There's plenty of upgrades in the cabin, however.
Standard features for the E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet models include 19-inch wheels, Active Park Assist, Parktronic, Keyless-Go, automatic climate control, LED daytime running lights and, in the Cabriolet, the 'Airscarf' neck-heating system.
Move up to the E 400 models and Merc has added a Harmon Kardon surround-sound system and a 360-degree camera system.
Safety features include steering assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Pre-Safe Brake and Active Pedestrian Protection.
The updated E-Class two-door models are available from July.
Pricing (excludes on-road costs)
- E 200 - $79,900
- E 250 - $96,400
- E 250 CDI - $98,900
- E 400 - $128,900
- E 200 - $88,900
- E 250 - $106,400
- E 400 - $142,900