The E-Class was redesigned for 2010, and I'm not a huge fan of the new look. It trades the rounded edges and quad headlights I liked from the previous model for a more angular, sharper look. It blends in with the crowd so well that I think if you took off the Mercedes-Benz badges, you'd have a hard time telling exactly what brand of car it was. That wasn't the case with the previous version of the E-Class Ч it practically screamed "Mercedes-Benz."

That's not to say it's an ugly car now Ч it's not Ч it's just traded its identity. Don't believe me? Check out this comparison of the 2009 and 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class here.

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