"The most intelligent wagon that Mercedes-Benz has ever built"

Under development for more than three years, the current-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class has been unveiled at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Sporting a new exterior based on the brand’s recent design language and an interior inspired by the S-Class, the new midsize is a massive improvement over what BMW and Audi have to offer in this segment. Although many have criticized its styling for being to similar to the C-Class and S-Class, the E-Class is downright impressive when it comes to safety and comfort features, offering numerous innovative technologies.

Now that the new E-Class is already in dealerships, Mercedes-Benz is planing to launch at least three more versions of the midsize. One of them is the station wagon and it broke cover ahead of its public debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in October.

Having already seen the sedan back in January 2016, the grocery getter wasn’t much of a mystery in terms of design, despite Mercedes’ efforts to keep the vehicle under wraps during on-the-road testing. With the first official photos already online, we received confirmation that the wagon borrows more than 75-percent of its exterior design from the four-door and looks like a larger C-Class Wagon.

Similarities aside, the new E-Class estate is quite the pretty and innovative hauler. Described as "the most intelligent wagon that Mercedes-Benz has ever built," it’s the only semi-autonomous grocery getter on the market and arguably the most advanced and luxurious five-door you can buy for the 2017 model year. How does it compare with its most important competitors? Keep reading to find out.

Update 07-25-2016: Mercedes has announced pricing for the new E-Class Estate in the U.K. Check out the Prices section below to learn all about it.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Mercedes E-Class Wagon.

  • 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon
  • Year:
    2017
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    V6
  • Transmission:
    9G-Tronic
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    329
  • Torque @ RPM:
    354
  • Displacement:
    3.0 L
  • 0-60 time:
    6 sec. (Est.)
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph
  • Price:
    60000 (Est.)
  • Price:
  • car segment:
  • body style:
  • Overall:
    9.5/10

Exterior

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Much like its predecessor, the new E-Class Wagon is identical to the sedan, save for the rear end. And, having seen the similarities between the E-Class and C-Class sedans, it’s no surprise that the E-Class Wagon looks like a bloated version of the compact estate. Sure, the E-Class sports its very own design details in the front and rear, as well as a different roofline, but the visual connection with its smaller cousin is quite strong.

Identical to the four-door from nose to the B-pillar, the wagon stands out thanks to its longer roof, broad shoulders over the rear wheel arches, different taillights, and the familiar estate tailgate

Compared to the C-Class Wagon, the E-Class estate has a more utilitarian stance from the back. While the smaller wagon features a sloping roof toward the tailgate, the E-Class comes with a boxier rear section. Those who preferred the sleeker appearance of the third-generation model (2002-2009) will probably be a little disappointed, but those looking for a more practical midsize wagon are in for a treat.

Identical to the four-door from nose to the B-pillar, the wagon stands out thanks to its longer roof, broad shoulders over the rear wheel arches, different taillights, and the familiar estate tailgate. The latter includes a third LED brake light and a wide, chrome-plated handle. The taillights are longer and slimmer than the previous generation, while the bumper is beefier and features large exhaust outlets. These elements give the new E-Class a unique stance compared to the sedan.

Just like the four-door, the front fascia will vary depending on the chosen design and equipment line. The Luxury model features the classic Mercedes radiator grille with the star on the hood, while the Sport model can be recognized by the central star on the grille. Whether you want your wagon to be sporty or elegant, Mercedes-Benz has you covered.

Interior

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Much like its sedan sibling, the E-Class Wagon borrows heavily from the larger S-Class. The dashboard uses many of the elements previously seen on the S-Class, including the instrument cluster, the large display in the center, as well as the four round A/C vents slotted between the infotainment unit and the center console.

There’s a new instrument cluster with analogue dials with a seven-inch screen in between on the entry-level model and a 12.3-inch screen on the more expensive trims. These are paired with 8.4- and 12.3-inch infotainment screens atop the center stack, respectively.

The new steering wheel with touch-sensitive buttons — a world-first in the business — also found its way in the wagon. The new function can detect horizontal and vertical swipes just like the screen of a smartphone or tablet and allows the driver to control features of the infotainment system using only their thumbs. The infotainment system comes with redesigned menus and functions. Other new features include Linguatronic voice control, the Comand rotary dial, and energy-saving LEDs for interior lighting.

As far as cargo room goes, the E-Class wagon continues to be the best in its class, despite the slightly sportier roofline and improved headroom and elbowroom in the rear compartment

As far as cargo room goes, the E-Class wagon continues to be the best in its class, despite the slightly sportier roofline and improved headroom and elbowroom in the rear compartment. The hauler once again offers a third row folding bench seat as standard equipment in the U.S., as well as a 40:20:40 split for the second-row seat, opening up plenty of configurations between transport and seating capacity. Additionally, the second-row backrest can be positioned at an approximately 10-degree steeper angle, creating extra space for cargo while continuing to enable full use for up to three passengers.

Mercedes also designed a new tailgate for the E-Class, which now comes with the Easy-Pack function as standard equipment. This allows for the lid to be opened and closed at the touch of a button as well as halted in any position, to prevent it from making contact with the garage roof for example. The optional Keyless-Go with Hands-Free Access enables the driver to open and close the trunk with a kicking motionunderneath the rear bumper, making loading and unloading cargo easier.

To further increase comfort during long trips, Mercedes offers the Acoustic & Comfort package, which reduces background noise inside the vehicle thanks to a special acoustic film in the windscreen and side windows, and additional insulation in the rear footwell and on the center tunnel. The windscreen, side windows, and rear windows are made of laminated safety glass with another layer of film that absorbs infrared, which enhances heat insulation.

Drivetrain

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The engine lineup of the E-Class Wagon mimics that of the sedan and includes a range of gasoline and diesel units with four and six cylinders.

In the U.S., however, only the 3.0-liter six-cylinder will be offered at launch. The turbocharged gas mill generates 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque in the E400 4Matic, which comes standard with the new 9G-Tronic, nine-speed automatic transmission.

The turbocharged gas mill generates 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque in the E400 4Matic

In Europe, customers will have access to six different engines. The base E200 will get a 2.0-liter four-banger rated at 1181 horsepower and 221 pound-feet, while the E250 will use the same engine, but with 208 horses and 258 pound-feet. The range-topping E400 4Matic will be identical to the U.S.-spec model.

The four-cylinder version will hit 62 mph in 8.1 and 7.2 seconds and reach top speeds of 144 and 151 mph, respectively. Acceleration specs for the gasoline V-6 aren’t yet available, but top speed is estimated at 155 mph.

On the gasoline front, the range will begin with the E200D and its 148-horsepower and 265-pound-foot 2.0-liter. The E220D will get the more powerful 191-horsepower and 295-pound-foot version, while the E350D will benefit from a 3.0-liter V-6 good for 254 horse) and 457 pound-feet. The E220D will need 7.7 seconds to hit 62 mph on its way to a top speed of 146 mph. The E350D should sprint to the same benchmark in 6.2 ticks and top out at 155 mph.

The E400 4Matic will get a self-leveling rear air suspension as standard, while the Air Body Control option will add the same feature to the front axle as well.

European Gasoline Engines

E 200 E 250 E 400 4MATIC
Number of cylinders/arrangement 4/in-line 4/in-line 6/V
Displacement (cc) 1,991 1,991 3,498
Rated output 184 HP @ 5,500 RPM 211 HP @ 5,500 RPM 333 HP
Rated torque 221 LB-FT @ 1,200-4,000 RPM 258 LB-FT @ 1,200-4,000 RPM 354 LB-FT
Combined NEDC fuel consumption (l/100 km) 6.2 6.2 180
Combined CO2 emissions (g/km) 138 138 140
Efficiency class B B C
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s) 8.1 7.2 n/a
Top speed (km/h) 231 243 250

European Diesel Engines

E 200 d E 220 d E 350 d
Number of cylinders/arrangement 4/in-line 4/in-line 6/V
Displacement (cc) 1,950 1,950 2,987
Rated output 150 HP @ 3,800 RPM 194 HP @ 3,800 RPM 258 HP @ 3,400 RPM
Rated torque 265 LB-FT @ 1,600-2,800 RPM 295 LB-FT @ 1,600-2,800 RPM 457 LB-FT @ 1,600-2,400 RPM
Combined NEDC fuel consumption (l/100 km) 4.2 4.2 5.4
Combined CO2 emissions (g/km) 109 109 140
Efficiency class A+ A+ n/a
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s) n/a 7.7 6.2*
Top speed (km/h) n/a 235 250

Safety

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Just like the sedan, the E-Class Wagon is packed with Mercedes’ latest safety technology, including several airbags, as well as numerous driver assistance systems. Arguably the most impressive feature is Drive Pilot, which enables the vehicle to follow the car in front at speeds of up to 130 mph. The systems uses automatic braking and accelerating, as well as the Steering Pilot function to handle moderate bends. There’s also a Speed Limit Pilot function that can automatically adjust the car’s speed according to on-the-road speed limits detected by a camera. These feature can be selected with the optional Driver Assistance Package Plus feature.

The E-Class Wagon is packed with Mercedes' latest safety technology, including several airbags, as well as numerous driver assistance systems

Other driver assistance systems include Active Brake Assist, Attention Assist, and Remote Parking Pilot. The latter allows the vehicle to be moved into and out of garages and parking spaces remotely using a smartphone app.

The E-Class Wagon will also borrows the sedan’s Car-to-X function. The mobile phone-supported system exchanges information with other vehicles further ahead on the road and enables the driver to receiving warning in the event of imminent danger, such as a broken-down vehicle at the edge of the road, heavy rain or black ice on the road.

Prices

Initially, the E220 d SE and the E220 d AMG will be available with pricing starting at £37,935 and £40,430, respectively. At current exchange rates, that computes to $49,785 and $53,060. Pricing for the E350 d and the Mercedes-AMG E 43 will be announced when the order books swing open in October 2016. Pricing for the E350 d is expected to start out round $60,000.

Model Pricing

Model Price
Mercedes E220 d SE £37,935
Mercedes E220 d AMG £40,430
Mercedes E350 d TBA
Mercedes-AMG E 43 TBA

Pacakge Pricing

Add-on Package Price
AMG Line £2,495
Premium Pack £2,795
Premium Plus £1,100
Lane Tracking Package £595
Driving Assistance Plus £1,695
Command On-Line £1,495
12.3-inch cockpit display upgrade £495

Competition

BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon

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While in Europe it has competition from wagons such as the BMW 5 Series Touring and the Audi A6 Avant, the E-Class Wagon is the only midsize wagon you can buy in the U.S. Options such as the BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon and the Volvo V60 are significantly smaller and features smaller cargo room. If you don’t have a lot of stuff to haul, but still want a luxurious interior and a powerful engine, the 3 Series Sports Wagon seems like the better choice. The Bimmer comes with 2.0-liter inline-four rated at 240 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque or a 2.0-liter diesel generating 181 horses and 280 pound-feet. Granted, neither are as powerful as the E-Class’ 3.5-liter V-6, but the 3 Series is definitely the sportier choice.

Find out more about the BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon here.

Volvo V90

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Recently unveiled for the 2017 model year, the V90 is essentially the E-Class Wagon’s sole competitor for the midsize market in the U.S. Design-wise, the V-90 is identical to the S90 save for the boxier, wagon-style rear end. But, unlike its predecessor, the V80, the new Volvo has a sportier design, enhanced luggage room, and a more luxurious interior. Power is provided by four-cylinder engines only, with the U.S. to get only the gasoline T5 and T6 versions and the hybrid T8 variant. All mate to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Pricing is likely to start below $50,000, which will make it a significantly more affordable proposition to the E-Class Wagon.

Find out more about the Volvo V90 here.

Conclusion

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With the wagon body style losing ground to crossovers and SUVs among U.S. buyers at an alarming rate, the E-Class Wagon remains one of only two midsize models to keep the station wagon flame burning on these shores. Though a bit long in the tooth compared to its German competitors, the current model has plenty of features to brag about, from its super ride and powerful engines to the smooth diesel and numerous safety features. The redesigned model offers all of the above plus a better looking outer shell and a revamped interior that fixes a lot of issues, including the fiddly controls and the plastic surfaces. Hopefully it will also be a lot more involving to drive thanks to its redesigned platform, but so far it is the most technologically advanced wagon you can buy on this side of the pond.

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    • * Diesels not coming to the U.S. very soon
    • * Likely significantly more expensive than the Volvo V90

Update History

Update 06/18/2016: We’ve made a new video highlighting all the features of the new Mercedes E-Class Wagon.

Updated 06/06/2016: Mercedes dropped the official details on the new E-Class Wagon, also known as the "Estate" on the European market.

Updated 04/07/2016: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming Mercedes E-Class Wagon out for a new testing session. As you can see the wagon starts loosing its camouflage meaning an official debut is getting closer.

Updated 01/18/2016: The upcoming Mercedes E-Class wagon was caught testing once again, this time during cold winter conditions in Northern Sweden.

Spy Shots

April 7, 2016 - Mercedes E-Class Wagon starts loosing camouflage

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January 18, 2016 - Mercedes E-Class Wagon caught testing in the now

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September 30, 2015 - Mercedes E-Class Wagon reveals its interior

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Press Release

Innovative engineering and a compelling conception of space make it the most intelligent wagon that Mercedes-Benz has ever built.

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In terms of the space, the all-new model year 2017 E400 Wagon will launch by early 2017 and will continue to be the only German luxury wagon available in its segment. Its cargo volume and, in spite of a much sportier roof line, headroom and elbowroom in the rear are best in class. The E400 Wagon will once again will offer a third row folding bench seat as standard equipment in the USA.

"The new Wagon is as dynamic as the Mercedes-Benz brand and as spacious as our customers expect. Intelligent features such as the cargo position for the rear seat backrest with its 40:20:40 split as standard allow even better use to be made of the generous load-carrying capacity," says Ola Källenius, member of the Board of Management at Daimler AG and responsible for Mercedes-Benz Cars Marketing and Sales. "And what is more, the Wagon obviously has all the innovations of the new E-Class – the most intelligent executive sedan in the world."

For the market launch in the USA, the new E400 4MATIC Wagon will be available with a six-cylinder Biturbo engine that generates 329 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque. The E400 4MATIC Wagon is equipped as standard with the new 9G-TRONIC nine-speed automatic transmission.

Intelligent load compartment: large, versatile and easy to access

The E-Class Wagon’s load compartment is one of the biggest in the segment globally. As standard, the rear bench seat has new cargo-related functionality: it is possible to position the backrest at an approximately 10-degree steeper angle, creating an additional space for cargo while continuing to enable full use to be made of five seats.

As with the all-new MY2017 E-Class sedan, the rear seat backrest folds down in a 40:20:40 split as standard, opening up plenty of potential configurations between transport capacity and seats. To release the backrests, there are electric switches located in the load compartment and to the right and left next to the backrests.

Developers paid particular attention to practical dimensions and innovative management of the load space. With a minimum load compartment width between the wheel arches of 43.3 inches, it was possible to retain the preceding model’s already-impressive measurements. The proven combined cargo cover and net is back, offering both security from prying eyes and safety. Thanks to an electric motor, the load compartment cover moves upwards automatically when the tailgate is opened.

The EASY-PACK tailgate provided as part of the standard equipment can be opened and closed very easily at the touch of a button for comfortable loading and unloading. Operation is electromechanical. To prevent the tailgate making contact with the garage roof, for example, it can be halted in any position.

Optional KEYLESS-GO with HANDS-FREE ACCESS makes loading cargo even more convenient: to open the trunk, all that is required is to make a kicking motion with one’s foot underneath the rear bumper and the trunk lid will be opened and closed automatically.

A self-levelling rear air suspension continues to be equipped as standard. This ensures that the Wagon remains level, even when fully loaded with cargo or when towing. With AIR BODY CONTROL, all-round air suspension is available as an option.

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Exterior design: dynamic proportions, powerful-looking at the rear

The new E-Class Wagon appears modern, confidently stylish and dynamic, and looks like the E-Class Sedan through to the B-pillar. From the long hood, a silhouette emerges that flows across the long roof with its sporty curve into the powerful rear of the wagon with its steeply tapering rear window.
Short overhangs, a long wheelbase and large wheels make for dynamic proportions. In conjunction with the high beltline, the low, stretched side windows make the vehicle seem longer. Flowing into the greenhouse, the sidewall’s positively exaggerated lines extend powerfully towards the rear. Completing the exterior form, the rear has broad shoulders over the rear wheel arches for a sensual look. A roof spoiler with a third brake light (LED) defines how high the broad, functional tailgate can open. From a visual perspective, horizontal lines at the tail end and the rear window both emphasize width, as do the horizontally aligned, two-piece LED tail lights with integral chrome trim. Complementing the form, LED reflectors underscore the vehicle’s character by creating a design highlight by day and night. On the tailgate, the wide, chrome-plated handle acts as the visual centerpiece.

As on the Sedan, the powerful front will vary depending on the chosen design and equipment line. The Luxury model features the classic Mercedes radiator grille with the star on the hood, and the Sport model can be recognized by the central star on the sports radiator grille. Each variant of radiator grille gives the E-Class a distinctive character, be that elegant or sporty.

Interior design: a synthesis of emotion and intelligence

Inside, too, the Wagon utilizes the Sedan’s award-winning design. The instrument panel can be adorned with two optional wide, high-resolution displays, each with a 12.3-inch screen. Located under a shared glass cover, they merge to form a widescreen cockpit. The driver may configure the fully digital display to show the information and views that are relevant for them. There are three different styles to choose from: "Classic," "Sport" and "Progressive." Touch Control Buttons on the steering wheel allow the instrument cluster and multimedia system to be controlled at the swipe of a finger and have made their debut in the new E-Class.

Further controls are provided in the form of a touchpad with controller in the center console, which can also recognize handwriting, plus the voice- operated control system. There are also direct-access buttons for controlling the air conditioning and for convenient activation and deactivation of certain driving assistance systems.

High-quality materials define the interior style. They include natural grain wood, and wood in a yachting look with flowing lines as a contemporary interpretation of inlaid wood. The use of authentic materials is continued in the optionally leather-covered doors and the beltline. Another Mercedes hallmark is the high-quality look and feel created by meticulous attention to detail and craftsmanship. Just as carefully composed is the material and color concept with various shades of brown, including attractive color combinations such as macchiato beige/espresso brown or macchiato beige/saddle brown. The design and equipment lines include enhanced ambient lighting featuring 64 colors, offering plenty of opportunities for personalized adjustment.

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When it comes to the seats, their ergonomic, sculptural form combines Mercedes-Benz’s hallmark suitability for long journeys with a refined, sporty look, featuring a unique design for each line. Other new features in this segment are Warmth and Comfort package, which includes heated steering wheel, heated armrests in the doors and on the center console, and the quickly responding heated front seats Plus.

Relieved of much noise and vibration: one of the quietest wagons

In the interior, the new E-Class Wagon is one of the quietest vehicles in its class – even though an wagon is at a disadvantage by design compared to a sedan due to the large resonating body. Quiet running and low vibration make a significant contribution to the level of energizing comfort, particularly on long journeys.

A whole raft of measures help to reduce vibrations and noise. As on a cabriolet, struts strengthen the main floor and front end of the body shell. For that reason, the vehicle body is very rigid and transmits less noise.
Special insulation on the bodywork (including on the bulkhead, sidewalls and main floor), as well as sound absorbers under the rear seats and on the wheel arches, keep noise out of the vehicle interior. The kinematic design of the chassis, axles and steering system reduces disturbances that can be caused by road surfaces, the wheels being out-of-balance or when braking. Engine and transmission mounts have also been optimized in terms of noise levels.

Various aeroacoustic measures have been taken. These include sealed door handles, seals on the door joints and optimizing details associated with the geometry of the sealing sections for the side windows. Improvements have also been made to the formed parts for the inside sealing rails so that these are connected to the window run channel without any gaps by positive locking. As on the E-Class Sedan, the exterior mirrors and A-pillar have been optimized in terms of aeroacoustics. The roof structure and the tilt/sliding sunroof module have been aeroacoustically improved to benefit noise comfort in these areas too. In the case of the panoramic sliding sunroof, multiple wind-deflection measures (wind deflector, covers and seals with the appropriate geometry) ensure the same high level of noise comfort as in the preceding model, despite the larger aperture.

The Acoustic & Comfort package is available for US customers on both the sedan and wagon models. A special acoustic film in the windscreen and side windows ensures low levels of background noise in the vehicle interior. The Acoustic Comfort package contains further sound- insulating measures such as additional insulation in the rear footwell and on the center tunnel. To provide excellent heat insulation in the interior, the windscreen, side windows and rear windows are made of laminated safety glass with another layer of film that absorbs infrared. Surfaces in the interior like the armrests, steering wheel and seats get less hot from solar radiation as a result.

Intelligent Drive: all the E-Class innovations are on-board

As the most intelligent executive sedan, the E-Class sets new benchmarks in terms of safety, comfort and reducing the driver’s workload. These innovations are, of course, also available on the wagon. Active Brake Assist is fitted as standard. It is able to warn the driver of impending collisions, provide optimum support with emergency braking and, if necessary, also autonomously apply the brakes. In addition to slower-moving, stopping or stationary vehicles, it can also detect pedestrians crossing the danger zone ahead of the vehicle.

Other highlights include DRIVE PILOT: this system represents Mercedes- Benz’s next step along the road to autonomous driving. Distance Pilot DISTRONIC is not only able to automatically keep the car the correct distance behind vehicles in front on all types of road, it can also follow them at a speed of up to 130 mph.

50 years ago: the first official Mercedes-Benz wagon

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In August 1966, the Mercedes-Benz Universal made its debut within the official Mercedes-Benz sales program. This station wagon was built by IMA, a partner in Belgium, on the basis of the 200 D and 230 S fintail models. Innovations included split rear seat backrest, self-levelling rear suspension and an optional third row of seats: only 2754 of them were built in the years up to 1969. Due to low sales, the development of a successor based on the Stroke 8 model was abandoned.

New name, new model, new success

In April 1978, the Wagon 123 model entered full series production and a long success story began – well over a million wagon models have been built to date. In Germany, the Wagon is known as the "T-Modell" and although the "T" suggests tourism and transport, it also stands for trendsetter. For Mercedes-Benz, the Wagon model is an integral part of the luxury segment and has a loyal fan base, particularly in Germany. There has been a "T- Model" in every successive generation of the E-Class (S 124, S 210, S 211, S 212). Competitors have also followed in its wake, some of them considerably later.

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