Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain Wagon – Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More
The Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain Wagon may have a long name, but it’s a rather simple formula. Take a luxury station wagon, lift up the suspension a bit, add some cladding, and voila – it’s a crossover. The current All-Terrain comes with just one engine choice, a powerful turbocharged six-cylinder that features a mild hybrid system.
With extra capabilities, but all the practicality of a luxury wagon, the E-Class All-Terrain is a case of best of both worlds.
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2021 Mercedes-Benz E 450 All-Terrain Review: Keeping the Dream Alive
The humble station wagon remains the golden calf of the auto journalist.
We praise its practicality, achieved without the needless added height and weight of the crossovers that ply our roads.
But people want crossovers. They want them so much, that the only way the station wagon can survive is to adopt crossover cues, like this 2021 Mercedes-Benz E 450 All-Terrain. The All-Terrain is the They Still Do Not Realize meme in car form. It’s playing a convincing game of dress-up, yet barely sacrifices the virtues that we hold so dear in doing so. If a bit of plastic cladding and a dash of off-road prowess keeps the long-roof alive, well, isn’t that a win? As the All-Terrain proved over the course of a week, yes, yes it is—at a cost.
3.0-liter turbo 6-cylinder mild hybrid
Fuel Economy (city/hwy)
21.7 cu ft
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