MercedesBenz EClass Estate review (2010 onwards) MSN Cars UK

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate (2010 onwards)

What Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

— Hertfordshire, UK

Date January 2010

Price £29,857-£73,855

Available — Now

Key — Audi A6 Avant, BMW 5 Touring, Skoda Superb

Vast, practical estate brings all the appeal of the new E-Class in more useful packaging

We — Ride comfort, ergonomics and practicality, space, technology, smooth new petrol steering feel, old-school

We don’t like — need a big parking space, petrol engine, no seven-speed for the four-cylinder engines, many of the features will cost you

Gallery: Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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First

As loyal and faithful as the dog likely as not to be in its capacious boot, the Mercedes Estate may have been by SUVs and crossovers but maintains a following. And now there’s a new one.


And while rivals trade for supposed sporting cred and superficial qualities the E-Class remains resolutely conservative and to the cause. This is a traditional, family estate car and all the better for it.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

The on which it is based has impressed in all its forms so far and the Estate is no exception. The is perhaps a tad heavy handed on impressions but mellows as you become to it, distinctive rear wheelarch breaking up the square-cut profile.

It’s a big, imposing car and inch a Mercedes. But somehow the version lacks the aggression of the and coupe and manages to be as close to as it’s possible to be with an luxury car.

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Performance

from £29,785 through to the performance varies as widely as the And though the flagship 525hp E63 AMG is all very amusing the core of will probably be more in the diesels and new four-cylinder turbo

Likely to be a mainstay of both the E- and C-Classes it’s offered in 200 CGI and 204hp 250 CGI forms, with ft and 229lb ft of torque respectively, the 200 CGI up 15 lb ft the Kompressor.

That torque comes in at a 1,800rpm too and feels strong as a though not as potent as the twin-turbo 220 and 250 CDI It’s more refined and, at 8.7 seconds 0-62mph, quick enough for a family

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

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