Mercedes-Benz's new engine, transmission, and electronic options keep the 2006 E350 in the benchmark position for the midsize luxury-sedan class.
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Mercedes-Benz's automotive history can be traced all the way back to the 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, which it claims as the first gasoline-powered automobile. Currently, the German luxury automaker offers a full lineup of vehicles in nearly every segment imaginable, from the pint-sized A-class up to the GLS-class three-row crossover. It even builds two cargo vans, the Sprinter and Metris.
Mercedes' E-Class mainstay may borrow its looks from its C- and S-Class stablemates, but underneath is a whole other world of connected-car wizardry, advanced safety features and next-generation luxury.