Mercedes Benz E Class Colors

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The 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class models are luxury cars with high-performance V6 and V8 engines and a new convertible trim. Exterior upgrades include a new grille mesh on the coupe trims and interior upgrades include redesigned headlight control switches and relocated ESP controls. Trim levels include the E350, E350 Bluetec, E550 and E63 AMG with comfort features such as a sunroof, power windows and leather seats. The E-Class is available in a variety of colour options.

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Black and Blues

Car buyers can choose from several black and blue colours in the 2011 Mercedes E-Class series. Black is a popular choice as it has a sleek feel and reflects colours well at night. Obsidian black metallic has a slightly charcoal and grey hue and is lighter than pure black. Capri blue metallic is a dark, polished blue with a metallic sheen, whereas quartz blue metallic is a light shade of blue like a cloudless sky.

Whites and Silver

For lighter, less bold colours, the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class offers shades of white and silver. The diamond white metallic is an off-white with a slight grey hue for a deeper look and the arctic white has a lighter, more wintry hue. In silver, the E-Class offers an iridium silver metallic colour that has a glossy grey hue and a palladium silver metallic colour that is darker with a bluish tint.

Red, Grey and Beige

The 2011 Mercedes E-Class series only offers one shade of red which is Mars red. This is a bold, eye-catching colour that is slightly darker than a pure cherry red. In grey, the Mercedes offers steel grey metallic which is a sleek, dark grey hue that looks black at night and metallic Indium grey which has a lighter grey hue. Beige is offered as metallic pearl beige which has a glossy, champagne-coloured hue.

Interior Colors

The 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class series offers several interior colour choices such as natural beige leather which is a light tan shade, almond black leather, almond mocha leather, ash black leather, ash dark grey leather and traditional black leather.

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