Mercedes presents the renewed family version of the Mercedes E-Class, a Mercedes E-Class Estate willing to offer us the next, more practical, more trunk, this new Mercedes E Class 2016. A family car with solid arguments, with a lot of technology and good details finish, that will fight the BMW 5-Series Touring and Audi A6 Avant. Time to know all the details of the new Mercedes E-Class Estate 2017.
let’s Talk trunk: 670 liters capacity for the new Mercedes E-Class Estate 2017:
No surprises in terms of design, offering a clear evolution with respect to the berlina (view gallery of pictures of the Mercedes E-Class 2016), the Mercedes E-Class Estate arrives offering us a trunk 670 litres, 130 litres more than the space offered by the saloon (30 litres more than the previous generation), also enjoy a mouth load more comfortable and a more profitable product.
The available space in the trunk can increase up to the to 1,820 litres fold the back seats (divisible, moreover, in a proportion 40:20:40). Mercedes suggests that this trunk can accommodate even a Europallet.
Highlights, in relation to this trunk, the use of a upper deck electric, to hide the loading or the possibility of powering the rear seats, for plegarlos, also electric. The gate electric drive is part of the endowment of standard equipment, and with the system Keyless, optional, we can open the gate by going on our walk by the rear bumper.
The load capacity of this model is, depending on the version and speaking of weight, up to 745 kg and can arrive at a towing capacity of up to 2,100 kg, counting with a system of hitch ball folding which can be adapted to accommodate a bike racks, in addition to other solutions, such as the rail load-optional.
As an important detail to keep in mind is the presence of a air suspension adaptive on the train back as part of the endowment of series, being optional, their presence in both axes.
What happens with the engine of the Mercedes E-Class Estate 2017?
range of the Mercedes E-Class Estate it is composed by the following versions, with, by now, three options diesel, and four options gasoline:
diesel Engines of the Mercedes E-Class Estate
Mercedes E 200 d: 4 in-line cylinders, 2 liters of cubicaje, 150 hp, 360 Nm of torque.
Mercedes E 220 d: 4 in-line cylinders, 2 liters of cubicaje, 194 horsepower, 400 Nm of torque.
Mercedes E 350 d: 6 cylinders in V, 3 liters of cubicaje, 258 horsepower, 620 Nm of torque.
petrol Engines of the Mercedes E-Class Estate
Mercedes E 200: 4 in-line cylinders, 2 liters of cubicaje, 184 horsepower, 300 Nm torque.
Mercedes E 250: 4 in-line cylinders, 2 liters of cubicaje, 211 hp, 350 Nm of torque.
Mercedes E 400 4Matic: 6 cylinders in V, 3.5 liters of cubicaje, 333 horsepower, 480 Nm of torque.
Mercedes-AMG AND 43 4Matic: 6 cylinders in V, 3 liters of cubicaje, 401 horsepower, 520 Nm torque.
Of the sports version AMG, the Mercedes-AMG 43 Estate, we’ll talk about more in depth in a separate article in which we’ll get into details on its implementation, specific design, equipment and where you can see a gallery of images of their own.
To address equipment and price we will have to wait to know more details about its marketing in Spain.
Technology, good looks and good details and finishes:
In its interior, as we mentioned when speaking of its exterior, there are no new developments beyond the presence of the new cargo space. The dashboard continues to be dominated by those two major screens of 12.3 inches and we found a wide array of technology that we have already had the opportunity to try and that we will explain in the article “Test of the Mercedes E-Class 2016, and Drive Pilot”.
Gallery of images of the Mercedes E-Class Estate 2017: