According to some reports, Mercedes-Benz registered an order for E-Class sedan Has stopped in Germany. Increasing demand for this car in other markets seems to be one of the main reasons for stopping order registration in the homeland. Besides this probably Chip shortage That has plagued many automakers is another factor in Mercedes-Benz’s decision.
As reported by the German magazine Automobilwoche, Mercedes-Benz will not receive a new order for the E-Class from February 12. But the point is that Station version It can still be ordered from this popular model.
You may know that the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is in its fifth generation. This generation entered the market as the 2017 model and its facelift version was introduced last year. Not long after this generation, the Stuttgarts are developing their sixth generation. Called This generation will have a new version called CLE. This version will actually replace the E-Class coupe and convertible.
This is not the first time that news has been heard that Mercedes-Benz has stopped ordering a particular model. Due to high demand for the G-Class, the company will no longer receive new orders for it in continental Europe from January 17th. Demand for this iconic chassis is so high that some customers will have to wait until the fourth quarter of 2024 to deliver their order. However, a Mercedes-Benz employee claims that the delivery of some G-Class orders may even take until 2025.
It is important to note that Mercedes-Benz, like the E-Class, accepts orders for the G-Class in the United States. No official announcement has been made by Mercedes-Benz regarding the reason for this issue or the reason for stopping the registration of the order.