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What are the cheapest automatic Mercedes Benz E-series?

The three cheapest automatic Mercedes Benz E-series for sale on Gumtree at the moment are the M Class, C-series and E-series. They all offer decent value for money, as they generally sell for under the average price of automatic Mercedes Benz E-series on our site, which is £16,545.

What are the most popular body types for automatic Mercedes Benz E-series?

The most popular body types for automatic Mercedes Benz E-series are saloon, coupe and estate. The cheapest body type for automatic Mercedes Benz E-series is a sports, offering the best value for money.

What's the average mileage on a used 2019 automatic Mercedes Benz E-series car?

You can expect a 2019 automatic Mercedes Benz E-series car to have around 14,710 miles on the clock. On Gumtree, the average price for a used 2019 model is currently £32,902.

What's the average price of an automatic Mercedes Benz E-series with less than 15,000 miles?

The average price of an automatic Mercedes Benz E-series with less than 15,000 miles on the clock is £33,537 on Gumtree. Most automatic Mercedes Benz E-series models with this kind of mileage are from 2020.

What are the most listed diesel automatic Mercedes Benz E-series cars in September 2021?

The top three listed diesel automatic Mercedes Benz E-series cars, based on those which currently have the most for-sale postings on Gumtree, are the E-series, C-series and M Class. You'll find that the average price of a diesel automatic Mercedes Benz E-series car in the UK is £15,295.

What's the average price of an automatic Mercedes Benz E-series with 30,000 miles or less?

You can expect to pay an average price of £27,855 for an automatic Mercedes Benz E-series with 30,000 miles or less on the clock on Gumtree. Most automatic Mercedes Benz E-series models with this kind of mileage are from 2018.

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