Mercedes Benz E-Class Estate

  • Mercedes isn't exactly known for creating slow cars, but its efforts serve as a base for meaner, madder creations from Brabus. Its latest offering is unusually restrained in the engine stakes, but adds a pinch of power and a shake of extra visual drama to the E-Class Estate.
  • Volvo has the gorgeous V90 and more rugged Cross Country, and Mercedes has turned the new E-Class into the delightfully practical Estate. That practicality has now been paired with a raised ride height and the motoring equivalent of gumboots to create the new E-Class All-Terrain.
  • ​Mercedes has plugged every four-wheel drive niche imaginable, but that doesn't mean it has forgotten about families who just want a wagon. The E-Class Estate has space for the family and all their kit, but doesn't try to be something it's not. And we're perfectly okay with that. ​
  • The fifth generation of the Mercedes Benz E-Class Estate will become available early next year with its nine airbags, adaptive damping, self-levelling rear suspension, adaptive highbeam, drowsiness detection and powered tailgate.