No matter which variant you get--be it the coupe, the estate or the sedan--Mercedes-Benz's E-Class line-up has the highest resale value among German luxury models.
A study conducted by independent market research institute Bähr & Fess Forecast said the Mercedes-Benz E-Class lineup will command the highest resale value in its segment in three years' time. This reaffirms the high retention value Mercedes-Benz vehicles have always been known for.
Of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class variants, the E 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY sedan will retain 62.5-percent of its new-car value after three years. Closely shadowing it is the E 200 CGI BlueEFFICIENCY Estate, which is estimated to retain as much as 60-percent of its value in 2012. Buyers of the E 250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY Coupé can pay up to 58 percent of its current worth in three years' time. Bähr & Fess Forecast's calculations are based on the dealer's resale value and on a total operating mileage of 60,000 kilometers.
CATS Motors launched the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class saloon in the Philippines in May and the E-Class Coupe in October. Mercedes-Benz E-Class variants available in the Philippines are the E 300 Elegance, E 300 Avantgarde, E 300 Avantgarde AMG, and the E 350 Coupe AMG.