The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is available in two body styles: sedan and wagon. The sedan models are E300 turbo diesel, E320, E320 AWD, and E430. The wagon models are the E320 and E320 AWD....
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is available in two body styles: sedan and wagon. The sedan models are E300 turbo diesel, E320, E320 AWD, and E430. The wagon models are the E320 and E320 AWD. New for 1999 are head protection curtains that deploy to cover the front and rear side windows in the event of a side collision. All models come standard with the SmartKey system, ten-way power front seats and anti-lock brakes. The E-Class has a dual climate control that includes a REST mode that provides up to 30 minutes of heat after engine shutoff, a sun sensor, and a smog sensor that activates the recirculation of filtered cabin air. The Flexible Service System, which sets maintenance schedule based on actual driving conditions, is standard.
The 1999 Mercedes E430 includes a number of standard features: power four-wheel disc brakes with four-wheel ABS; air conditioning; cruise/speed control; power door locks; power windows; two-wheel rear drive; traction control; theft deterrent system; driver side, passenger side, and side impact air bags; child safety seat anchors; rear defroster; front fog lights; front and rear shoulder seatbelts; power driver seat; leather seats; radio AM/FM with cassette; and power steering.
An optional Sports Package is available, as is optional Clearcoat or Metallic exterior paint.
The 1999 E430, with its standard 4.3L 8-cylinder 275 hp gas engine, and five-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission, gets 19 to 26 miles per gallon.