Photo of 2017 E-Class courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.

Photo of 2017 E-Class courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.

Mercedes-Benz will offer a $500 fleet incentive for its 2017 E-Class sedan, which enters its fifth generation with a refresh that includes a suite of new driver assistance technology.

The 2017 E-Class will arrive about 150 pounds lighter than the outgoing model. New driver-assisting features include radar-guided cruise control, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking. The Drive Pilot optional package offers steering pilot, speed limit pilot, active land change assist, and active emergency stop assist.

Mercedes-Benz announced the incentive as part of its August update, which carried over fleet incentives for 2017 models including $500 for the GLS, $500 for the SLC-Class, and $500 for the SL-Class.

Eligible business customers can purchase or lease a 2017 E-Class by presenting their Corporate Account Number (CAN) to an authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer. Mercedes-Benz also offers an allowance program that provides incentives to executives, managers, and sales representatives who receive an automobile allowance as part of their compensation package.

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