LATEST REVIEW Mercedes-Benz E220 Estate 2016

LATEST REVIEW Mercedes-Benz E220 Estate 2016

There is something reassuring about the constant Mercedes E Class. This is the heart of the brand of the car, the car that you know will always be there, and will always offer the same blend considered conservatism, advanced technology, good taste and good manners.

LATEST REVIEW Mercedes-Benz E220 Estate 2016
LATEST REVIEW Mercedes-Benz E220 Estate 2016


E-Class and its predecessor differently labeled, always provided as a saloon, coupé and quite frequently since 1978 as real, the first one is based on long-lived W123. Only months after the arrival of next-generation E-Class sedan seventh now we have a farm, fast arrival is not surprising given that one of the three E-Class is sold in the form of this across Europe.

E-Class estate formula again remains constant, which provides a boxier rear body of the truck and a long, flat load floor. This time, though, the back has more than coupé silhouette, although the seats-up load capacity rose 600-640 liters, or 670 liters if you use the facility for backrest position slightly closer to the vertical. Self-leveling rear suspension is standard (350 gets Airmatic, too), the optional tow hook now electrically powered and height adjustable, the rear seats can be released electrically via a button boot-mounted and parcel shelf is increased when a standard power tailgate is open.

Waggling your foot under the rear bumper to raise the tailgate only works if you book selection, but now works with tow-hook. This year-end folding third row of seats for children will be available allowing space for seven.

This wagon is available with all engine options are offered in the salon, the most popular of these is predicted to be 220 d, featuring Mercedes' all-new four-cylinder diesel. He promises an improvement in handy during out 220 d, which 7.7sec to 62mph, a combined 61.4mpg and 120g / km CO2 all a great improvement over the previous engine.

Much effort has been spent not only in making this a quieter engine, but also make the structure of the cabin cave E-Class estate less than a boom box noise-generating. A reinforced engine bay, struts floor strengthening and sealing extensive - including door handles - is the result of this campaign. If you're noise-obsessed, you can also book a package featuring glass acoustic noise suppressor, as well, making the mighty, the optional Burmester stereo a little more impressive.


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