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Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class 2021 Price In Malaysia

Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class Specs
SegmentSport Car
BodyTypeSedan
TransmissionAT
Capacity-L
Horsepower612PS
Seats5

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The 2021 - 2022 Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class is offered in 3 variants - which are priced from RM 740,888 to RM 1,118,888, the base model of amg-e-class is 2019 Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class AMG E53 which is at a price of RM 740,888 and the top variant of Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class is 2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class E63S 4Matic+ which is offered at a price of RM 1,118,888.

Pros&Cons

Pros

  • Two engine options and 4 body styles available to anyone who wants a mid-sized sedan with proper AMG credentials

  • Interior is beautifully appointed, while every surface and fitting feels rock-solid

  • 2021 facelift brings revised front fascia that gives a more premium face

Cons

  • Inline-6 engine option is a significant move away from the modern AMG DNA

  • Rear fascia looks a little too much like an A-Class for a car with this price tag

  • Modern steering wheel design comes at the expense of looks

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Overview

    The venerable Mercedes-Benz E-Class is currently in its fifth generation and bears the designation W123. However, were you to look further back in time, there were 5 other mid-sized sedans from the carmaker before they streamlined the nomenclature, so technically, its in its 10th generation. 

    Full AMG models are part of the lineup as usual, and just like the normal sedans, these models have also been recently facelifted for model year 2021. There are 3 Mercedes-AMG E-Class models for sale currently, and they are the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+, Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+, and Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+. 

    The first features a 3.0-litre inline-6 turbo engine with mild electric help, while the other two models feature the volcanic 4.0-litre biturbo V8 that is so often seen in the best of the current AMG models. Interestingly, other body options are available as well. The Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ can come in saloon, estate, coupe and cabriolet format, while the other two have the option for saloon or estate only.

  • Exterior

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Exterior

    An AMG-specific radiator grille dominate the face of the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+, with an A-wing designed front apron. The rear features a 2-piece all-LED taillights, while the rear apron and diffuser have also been redesigned in the update.

    The super-saloon rides on 19-inch alloys with 5-twin-spoke design as standard, with an option to upgrade to 20-inch alloys. The update also added 3 new colour options for the car: graphite grey metallic, mojave silver metallic and high-tech silver metallic.

    An optional Night Package is available, and it will paint the front splitter, mirror caps, disc frame, longitudinal member inserts, trim strip in the rear apron and tailpipe trim elements in high gloss black. However complementing this pack with a blackend grille is another optional extra.

    The same face is found on both variants of the Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+, although with subtle differences. The upper fin of the air intakes stretch continuously in a single line across the lower apron, while the quad exhaust tips are squared instead of round. The front splitter is body-coloured usually, but on the S model it is silvered. The Night Package is available here too.

    However, exclusive to the 63-versions is the AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre Package I and AMG Exterior Carbon-Fibre Package II. The first finishes the front splitter, trim insert in the longitudinal member and the trim element in the rear apron in carbon fibre, while the latter adds individual highlights with mirror caps and a spoiler lip on the boot lid of the saloon in the same material.


     Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ Saloon, Estate, Coupe, Cabriolet
     Length  4,958 ; 4,923 ; 4,849 ; 4,849 mm
     Width  1,859 ; 1,859 ; 1,859 ; 1,859 mm
     Height  1,448 ; 1,468 ; 1,430 ; 1,430 mm
     Wheelbase  2,939 ; 2939 ; 2,873 ; 2,873 mm


    Mercedes-AMG E 63 (S) 4MATIC+ Saloon, Estate 
     Length  4,989 ; 5,006
     Width  1,908 ; 1,908
     Height  1,438 ; 1,473
     Wheelbase  2,939 ; 2,939



     

  • Interior

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Interior

    The AMG with the smaller engine has sports seats in AMG design, finished in ARTICO leather and DINAMICA microfiber, and there is an option for AMG Performance Seats that can be finished in ARTICO, DINAMICA, or Nappa leather.

    New to all the facelifted mid-sized AMGs is the steering wheel with a three twin-spoke design. It can be finished in leather, DINAMICA, or a combination of the two. The wheel has capacitive sensors too that will detect if there are no hands on the wheel and will first sound a warning. If no reaction is detected, then the Emergency Brake Assist will activate.

    Both the top of the line AMG variants come with seats that are already upholstered in Nappa, but other leather options are available too. On top of that, AMG Performance Seats are also available, just like in the 53, and these seats have better head and lateral support. The interior of the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ is further differentiated from the non S version by having Nappa leather trim on the dashboard, and seat belts in crystal grey.

  • Features

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Features

    The three-pointed star’s latest infotainment system, MBUX, is the highlight of the interior. The aforementioned twin-displays are housed under a single glass display for a seamless, unified Widescreen Cockpit. MBUX can be interfaced via touchscreen and touchpad, as well as with voice functions, although this last feature needs further improvement as it is not really polished yet, just like other similar systems today.

    The display in front of the driver can can be altered to Modern Classic, Sport, and Supersport for different data presentations. What’s more, special displays that show engine data, G-Meter, RACETIMER, and more are available as well. This new steering wheel in the AMGs have many functions, which comes at the expense of a minimalist design.

    The instrument cluster is controlled via the left-hand capacitive sensor, while the right takes care of infotainment. The lower spokes handles cruise control and DISTRONIC on the left, and calls on the right. Optional buttons can also be had that will control drive functions, as well as other user-defined functions. It’s an interesting take on having everything important close at hand, and perhaps one of the best iterations so far in a performance vehicle. 

  • Powertrain

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Powertrain

    At the heart of the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ is a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 that is paired to an EQ Boost starter-alternator. The combustion engine makes 441 PS at 6,100 rpm, and 520 Nm between 1,800-5,800 rpm. With EQ Boost, there is an additional 22 PS and 250 Nm. 

    This hybrid setup is mated to 9G AMG SPEEDSHIFT TCT, and all four wheels are propelled. The starter-alternator provides boost while at low engine speeds to eliminate any sensation of turbo lag. Stopping power comes in the form of cross-drilled and vented 370 x 36 mm discs with four-piston fixed calipers on the front axle, and vented 360 x 26 mm discs with single-piston floating calipers.

    The soul of the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ is its 4.0-litre biturbo engine that is capable of 620 PS between 5,750-6,500 rpm, and 850 Nm of torque between 2,500-4,500 rpm. The powerplant is mated to a 9G AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT, and power is similarly given to all four wheels.

    Stopping effectively is done via internally ventilated and perforated compound brake discs measuring 390 x 36 mm with six-piston fixed callipers at the front, and 390 x 36 mm dicsc with single-floating brake calipers. Additionally, there is an AMG Carbon Ceramic brake system available as an option, with brake discs measuring 402 x 39 mm on the front axle and 360 x 32 mm on the rear axle.

    In the non S variant, the mill makes 579 PS between 5,750-6,500 rpm, and 750 Nm of twist at 2,250-5,000 rpm. The same all-wheel drive system and transmission is available. In the braking department, the rear discs are the same size as the S variant, but the the ones on the front axle is slightly smaller at 360 x 36 mm.

    An AMG Dynamic Plus Package is optionally available for the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ and Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+. In the pack is an additional driving mode called RACE with a Drift Mode, the high-performance compound brake system of the S-Model with red-painted brake callipers and the AMG Performance steering wheel in DINAMICA microfibre and with AMG steering wheel buttons.

  • Driving Performance

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Driving Performance

    All models of the Mercedes-AMG E-Class sits on the AMG RIDE CONTROL+ suspension with Adaptive Damping System+. This system adjusts each wheel individually according to the road, and 3 damping characteristics are available: Comfort, Sport, and Sport+. 

    Even in Comfort, the ride will be describe as firm, and that is part of the asking price of any AMG model. Thanks to the all-wheel drive 4MATIC+ system, there is huge traction coming out of corners, and the system can also shuffle drive to the rear wheels exclusively. What’s more, the ‘+’ in 4MATIC+ means these models have an electronically regulated rear-axle differential.

    Here are the benchmark figures for each model.
    Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ | 0-100 km/h in 4.5 seconds | Top speed limited to 250 km/h
    Mercedes-AMG E 63 4MATIC+ | 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds | Top speed limited to 250 km/h
    Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ | 0-100 km/h in 3.4 seconds | Top speed limited to 300 km/h

  • Ride Comfort

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Ride Comfort

    Except for the Estate or Wagon models, every other body style is comfortable, but not exactly cavernous inside. The soft top has the least space available thanks to the folding roof, and rear legroom is almost non-existent in this style – best put only children back there.

    Aside from this, body movement is tightly controlled so occupants jiggle instead of sway, which we find to be preferable in a car. For almost all situations, just leave the dampers in Comfort and enjoy the acceptable level of tautness of the ride.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Fuel Economy

    The 3.0-litre turbo inline-6 engine with mild hybrid help consumes 8.8-9.0 l/100 km and produces 200-207 g/km of CO2. As for the full cream 4.0-litre biturbo V8, it is rated at 11.6-11.9 l/100km and 265-273 g/km.

  • Conclusion

    Mercedes-AMG E-Class – Conclusion

    This may be strange, but the one that makes the most sense is the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+ Estate. You can stuff children in here, luggage, dogs – and you can demolish most cars at the traffic light grand prix when the mood takes you. It’s the more efficient, comfortable long-distance cruiser, and there’s even a hint of electrification to make the care properly modern. 

    There’s always room for a tyre-munching, fire breathing AMG at the top of the range, and there will be buyers who want the best the marque has to offer, but for the more sensible enthusiast, the Mercedes-AMG E 53 4MATIC+, especially in Estate format, is the car that makes the most sense.

Fuel Type Transmission Fuel Consumption
Petrol(0cc)AT9.1 L/100 km
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