Mercedes E-Class Estate Inverness

Meet the latest addition to the E-Class club. These are the first official images of Mercedes’ all-new, fifth-generation estate, which will join the saloon and coupé at the head of the family, when it debuts in Frankfurt.

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Mercedes E-Class Estate

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Meet the latest addition to the
E-Class club. These are the first official images of Mercedes’ all-new,
fifth-generation estate, which will join the saloon and coupé at the head
of the family, when it debuts in Frankfurt.

The angular front, featuring distinctive twin lights, is lifted straight from the saloon. But
the estate really makes its mark with blacked-out pillars, creating the
impression it has a huge side window. Large LED rear clusters wrapped
around the tailgate give a unique look from the back.

The big
Mercedes has a massive 1,950-litre load area with the rear bench folded
– around 300 litres more than in the BMW 5-Series Touring or Audi A6
Avant. Cutting-edge technology includes the PRE-SAFE auto brake
function, a drowsiness detection system and nine airbags as standard,
making the E-Class wagon one of the safest cars on the road.

Slightly
stiffer shock absorbers are fitted over the saloon, to compensate for
the extra weight, but with air-suspension and self-levelling rear
springs as standard, the Mercedes will deliver its trademark
combination of ride comfort and competent handling – even when fully
loaded.

Eight engine variants will be offered when the car goes
on sale in early 2010: three diesels ranging from the 168bhp, 48.7mpg
220 CDI to the 228bhp 350 CDI, and five petrols topped off by the
mighty 525bhp E63 AMG. There’s no word yet on price, but expect to pay
around a £3,000 premium over the saloon

Mercedes E-Class estate