Mercedes-Benz E-Class lineup is now complete with the E300e plug-in hybrid and follows diesel E300De. Mercedes-Benz E300e PHEV is available in two trims. It comes with several standard gears. Price tag for the entry SE trim is £47,450. It comes with 18 inch five-spoke alloy wheels, keyless-go, illuminated door sills, Active Park Assist with front and rear parking sensors and electronically adjustable front seats. Mercedes-Benz E300e SE also features ambient lighting, a widescreen cockpit, light carbon-grain aluminium trim with contrasting black open-pored ash wood for center console. Other features include four USB ports, blind spot assist and touchpad with controller.
The next trim for the Mercedes-Benz E300e PHEV is AMG Line which is priced from £49,945. As the name suggests, it gets AMG treatment on the exterior along with AMG steering wheel with touch control buttons, rear privacy glass, 18 inch five-twin-spoke alloy wheels, and black open-pored ash wood with Artico Dinamica leather upholstery. Additional three packages are available for the Mercedes-Benz E300e PHEV. It consists of Premium, Premium Plus, Night and Comfort and is priced at £2,395, £4,395, £595 and £1,895 respectively. Driving assistance gear is available for £595 and comprises of Lane Tracking Package with Active Lane Keeping Assist.
Buyers can also opt for Driving Assistance Package that consists of Active Brake Assist, Active Lane-Change Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, Active Distance Assist Distronic, Active Speed Limit Assist and others. This package is priced at £1,695. Power in the Mercedes-Benz E300e PHEV comes from turbocharged 2.0 liter petrol engine that offers 208hp and 350Nm of torque. It is paired with 120hp and 440Nm of electric motor. Top speed of Mercedes-Benz E300e PHEV electronically limited to 155mph and can accelerate from 0-62mph in 5.7 seconds. Driving range of E300e is limited to 31 miles thanks to 13.5kWh battery. It can charge from 10 to 100 percent in under 2 hours with the help of 7.4kWh charger.