2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review

2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review


2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review
2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review

Fifty years back a month ago the Mercedes-Benz Universal, a station wagon worked in Belgium by Benz contractual worker IMA, appeared. The Universal depended on Mercedes' 200 D and 230 S fintail cars and gloated a split back seat backrest, a self-leveling back suspension and a discretionary third line - all comparatively radical. Indeed, even with those advancements, Benz just sold 2,754 of them, putting a shot in the poor thing's head after 1968.


2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon
2017 Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon

Unfaltering, Mercedes attempted the wagon thought again in 1978, dispatching the Wagon 123. This time, the thought took: Well over a million E-Class station wagons have been manufactured, and, particularly here in the U.S., their mix of tastefulness and reasonableness have helped them cut out their own corner. As Benz notes, U.S. E-Class Wagon purchasers have among the "most well-off client profiles of any vehicle in the Mercedes-Benz portfolio," joining the S-Class Coupe as Mercedes-Benz USA's demographic pioneer.


2017  interior Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review
2017  interior Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review

So next spring another E-Class wagon arrives: the E400 4Matic Wagon, taking into account the E propelled six months back. Mercedes' 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 powers the wagon, delivering 329 hp and 354 lb-ft with the new 9G-TRONIC nine-speed programmed transmission standard. So is all-wheel drive, as the name infers.


2017  performance Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review
2017  performance Mercedes-Benz E400 Wagon review

Like the E-Class car, the new wagon's long hood, steep back window and short shades make it look more cutting edge and element than the active auto. The higher beltline makes the '17 look extended - it's additionally an inch longer and an inch lower by and large.

The inside is straight-up E vehicle, so fit and complete is among the best in all of automobiledom with rich woods and fantastic fit and wrap up. Where it redirects from the car, obviously, is the Wagon's standard third-push collapsing seat - that is correct, the E400 seats 7!


EmoticonEmoticon