Mercedes Wants You To Replace Your CUV With a Wagon! News Staff
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Mercedes gave the All-Terrain an exclusive off-road mode.

The brand new 2024 Mercedes-Benz E 450 All-Terrain wagon has just rolled into the suburbs! The updated wagon comes standard with all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension, and an exclusive off-road driving mode–who needs crossovers?

Under the hood, the E 450 All-Terrain packs a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six mild-hybrid engine, churning out 375 horsepower and 369 pounds of torque. Inside, Mercedes has gone full sci-fi with the new Superscreen system, adding a front passenger display that could distract even the most stoic co-pilot. The off-road mode kicks on a 360-degree camera system with a "transparent hood".

New processors power the the E450s new tech.

Beneath the sleek exterior, the wagon’s screens are driven by a new processor promising quicker speeds and more responsive navigation, all hooked up to 5G for over-the-air updates and all the connectivity bells and whistles. The extra processing power isn’t just for show—it powers a sound visualization feature that projects images onto the car’s displays.

You can also play Angry Birds, stream TikTok, or hold a WebEx or Zoom call from the cabin, for those who can't unplug even on the open road. Want to take a selfie or a video? The in-cabin cameras have you covered.

But all this tech and power come at a price. The new wagon starts at $74,700 before destination, a $3,450 hike over the 2023 model. Throw in the $1,150 destination charge, and you’re looking at $75,850 before you even start thinking about options and taxes. This makes it about $14,000 more than the Volvo V90 Cross Country and $5,000 more than the Audi A6 Allroad. Among gas-powered rivals, only the Audi RS6 Avant costs more, but that wagon’s built for more than just grocery runs. In the electric arena, the Porsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo and the Audi also play in the six-figure sandbox.

This article was co-written using AI and was then heavily edited and optimized by our editorial team.

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