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Key Information

P11D

P11D

£39,640.00
Fuel Type

Fuel

Petrol
Transmission

Transmission

Automatic
CO2

CO2

161 (g/km)
new vehicles

New Vehicles

Supplied by UK Dealers
nationwide

Nationwide

Free Mainland UK Delivery
road tax

Road Tax

Included
5 Star Rated

5 Star Rated

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Contract Type

Contract Length Months

Initial Rental Months

Annual Miles

Lease Overview

Contract Type
Personal
Contract Length
Initial Rental
Annual Miles
Delivery
Included
Vehicle Excise Duty
Included
Admin Fee
£198 inc VAT
Excess Miles
TBC
Terms & Conditons Apply

Key Features

Available Options

Body Glass

  • Privacy glass (rear side windows and rear screen)

    £345 inc vat

  • Driver Convenience

    • Closing aid for doors

      £435 inc vat

    • Exterior Body Features

      • Metallic paint

        £685 inc vat

      • Designo metallic paintwork

        £895 inc vat

      • Designo Magno Paint

        £1795 inc vat

      • Heating/Cooling/Ventilation

        • Thermotronic luxury automatic climate control

          £750 inc vat

        • Packs

          • Lane tracking pack - E Class

            £595 inc vat

          • Driving assistance plus pack - E Class

            £1695 inc vat

          • Paint - Metallic

            • Metallic - Obsidian black

              £685 inc vat

            • Metallic - Iridium silver

              £685 inc vat

            • Metallic - Cavansite Blue

              £685 inc vat

            • Metallic - Selenite Grey

              £685 inc vat

            • Paint - Special

              • Designo metallic - Diamond white

                £895 inc vat

              • Designo metallic - Hyacinth red

                £895 inc vat

              • Designo magno - Selenite grey mango

                £1795 inc vat

              • Towing

                • Fully electric towbar

                  £695 inc vat

                • Wheels - Alloy

                  • 18" 5 spoke light alloy wheels painted in tremolit grey with high sheen finish

                    £595 inc vat

Vehicle Information

  • Green tinted glass

  • Height/reach adjust steering wheel

  • Solid - Black

  • Solid - Polar white

  • Solid paint

  • Leather - Black

  • Auto dual-zone climate control system

  • Electric height/reach adjustable steering column

  • SD card satellite navigation system

  • Grey roof lining

  • Cockpit display 12.3" widescreen digital instrument cluster

  • Leather - Macchiato beige/black

  • Leather - Hazelnut brown/back

  • Macchiato beige roof lining

  • Agility control sports suspension with selective damping system and lowering by 15mm

  • Cruise control with variable speed limiter

  • 17" 5 spoke alloy wheels in tremolite grey with high sheen finish

  • Dashboard and door, aluminium with trapeze cut

Technical Data

Emissions - ICE

  • Standard Euro Emissions-EURO 6

  • CO2 (g/km)-114

  • HC+NOx-N

Emissions - ICE

  • Standard Euro Emissions-EURO 6

  • CO2 (g/km)-161

  • Particles-N

  • HC+NOx-N

  • Noise Level dB(A)-70

Engine and Drive Train

  • Cylinders-4

  • Catalytic Convertor-True

  • Fuel Delivery-TURBO DIRECT INJECTION

  • Gears-9 SPEED

  • Cylinders - Stroke (mm)-92

  • Camshaft-DOHC

  • Transmission-SEMI-AUTO

  • Cylinders - Bore (mm)-83

  • Number of Valves-16

  • Compression Ratio-9.8:1

  • Cylinder Layout-IN-LINE

  • CC-1991

  • Engine Layout-NORTH SOUTH

Fuel Consumption - ICE

  • EC Urban (mpg)-30.4

  • WLTP - MPG - Comb-35.3

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium-8.5

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - Max-9.1

  • EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies-True

  • WLTP - MPG - Extra High-37.7

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low-11.3

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - Min-8

  • WLTP - MPG - High-40.9

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb-8

  • WLTP - MPG - Medium-33.2

  • WLTP - MPG - Comb - Max-31

  • EC Combined (mpg)-39.8

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High-7.5

  • WLTP - MPG - Low-25

  • EC Extra Urban (mpg)-48.7

  • WLTP - MPG - Comb - Min-35.3

  • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High-6.9

General

  • Service Interval Mileage-15500

  • Coin Description-N

  • Badge Engine CC-2.0

  • Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07-28E

  • Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years-30

  • Coin Series-SE

  • Badge Power-184

  • Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years-3

  • Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months-N

  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage-999999

  • Timing Belt Interval Mileage-N

  • Standard manufacturers warranty - Years-3

  • Service Interval Frequency - Months-12

  • Vehicle Homologation Class-M1

Performance

  • Engine Torque - NM-300

  • Engine Torque - LBS.FT-221

  • Top Speed-144

  • 0 to 60 mph (secs)-False

  • Engine Power - RPM-5500

  • 0 to 62 mph (secs)-8.1

  • Engine Power - PS-True

  • Engine Power - KW-135

  • Engine Power - BHP-184

  • Engine Torque - RPM-1200

Test Cycles

  • Emissions Test Cycle-NEDC Correlated

Tyres

  • Tyre Size Front-225/55 R17

  • Wheel Type-17" ALLOY

  • Tyre Size Spare-TYRE REPAIR KIT

  • Tyre Size Rear-225/55 R17

  • Wheel Style-5 SPOKE

Vehicle Dimensions

  • Height (including roof rails)-N

  • Height-1475

  • Width-1852

  • Width (including mirrors)-2065

  • Length-4933

  • Wheelbase-2939

Weight and Capacities

  • Gross Vehicle Weight-2385

  • Max. Towing Weight - Braked-2100

  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)-50

  • Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)-1820

  • Max. Roof Load-100

  • Max. Loading Weight-660

  • Minimum Kerbweight-1725

  • No. of Seats-5

  • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked-750

What Car? Reviews

The Mercedes E-Class Estate may not be the best for passenger space, but the boot is huge and it’s an effortless long-distance cruiser.

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Verdict For

  • Good high-speed ride
  • Refined at speed
  • Well equipped

Verdict Against

  • Not as fun to drive as some rivals
  • Expensive to buy
  • Unsettled low-speed ride

 

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All three diesel engines drive through a slick nine-speed automatic gearbox. For most buyers the 192bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel in the E 220 d will be the default choice, and it's our pick of the range, too. Why? Well it’s pretty punchy once you get above 1500rpm, enough that it’ll match a BMW 520d Touring and Volvo V90 in whisking you up to 70mph with relative ease, then settle itself into an effortless cruise. A lower-power 148bhp E 200 d is also available, but it’s slower with no benefit in emissions or economy, hence why we’d stick with the E 220 d instead. That said, neither of 2.0-litres are the smoothest engines of their type – for that you’d need Audi’s A6 2.0 TDI 190 Avant. And if you fancy something silkier in an E-Class you need to move up to the six-cylinder E 350 d. This is a super-refined engine and pretty quick too - enough that it’ll breeze you past slower traffic - but the trade-off is it’s quite pricey to buy and run. If that’s not fast enough then you need to look at the AMG range, starting with the E 43 4Matic. Unsurprisingly, with a 396bhp 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 petrol it’ll fling you down the road mightily briskly; 0-62mph takes just 4.7sec. Still not fast enough? Then check out our dedicated review of the full-fat AMG E 63 models, complete with 4.0-litre V8s turning out up to a mind-boggling 604bhp.¬ As standard regular models come with self-levelling air springs at the rear with mechanical springs and dampers at the front. Now, if you stick with the SE trim this set-up should be supple enough to keep you happy. AMG Line models, however, use firmer settings that give the ride a bit more shake and shimmy over rougher surfaces – this is mildly grating rather than uncomfortable, though. In either case, do test-drive a car with optional air suspension; it’s an expensive upgrade, but if you can find the extra budget it delivers a dramatic improvement to the ride. Thus equipped, the E-Class wafts you along at speed in a manner absolutely in keeping with its luxury image. It’s still not perfect, as demonstrated by the occasional thud in town over razor-edged crags, but besides that it you’ll find the E-Class is well on terms with best-riding estates out there. The AMG 43 and 63 models all use specially tuned suspension that while firm, isn’t overbearingly so considering their performance intent. Where the E-Class really scores is its high-speed refinement. Having that ninth gear – most of its rivals have ‘only’ eight – means at 70mph the engine ticks away at a largely inaudible 1375rpm, while wind noise is ever so well suppressed. Only a bit more rumble from the tyres stops it beating the peace and quiet served up by a 5 Series at cruising speeds. Its handling is less laudable, yet still tidy. A Volvo V90 in sporty R-Sport trim feels more stable and stays flatter through bends than even the firmer AMG Line models, which roll about more and feel less stable during high-speed direction changes. On the plus side the nicely weighted and precise steering makes it easy to place the nose exactly where you intended. The E 43 and E 63 versions feel altogether better tied down. And don’t forget, these full-on AMG models are all four-wheel drive for added traction in the depths of winter, something that you can option on the regular version as well.

 

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The driver’s seat is electrically operated and has plenty of adjustment, as does the steering column, for height as well as reach. It’s not all tickety boo, though: adjustable lumbar support is an optional extra on the entry-level SE models; if you have big feet the driver’s footrest isn’t large enough to rest your left foot comfortably; and if you’re tall, you may find the top of the dials obscured by the steering wheel. It’s relatively easy to see out of, though. And if you’re worried about being able to see the extremities of such a big car, then handily all versions come equipped with not just front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera, but a parking assist function that’ll select a suitable space and steer you into it. The dashboard buttons are easy to locate and inside everything looks thoroughly swish and modern. You get chrome highlights and luxuriant ambient lighting, plus depending on your chosen trim, a leather-trimmed dashboard and various wood or carbon-fibre veneers. That said, while you might love its opulence, in places some of the panels feel a bit flimsy: the one that contains the face-level air vents, for example, flexes if you press it. On the E 220 d you get an 8.4in infotainment screen with Garmin sat-nav and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone interfaces, but we’d recommend adding the optional Comand Online navigation system – standard on the E 350 d - with more features and a larger 12.3in screen. If you combine this with the separate option of a 12.3in screen in place of the analogue instruments, effectively you get one long, configurable display that puts plenty of useful information right in front of the driver. Even better, you can add a head-up display that puts speed, navigation and speed limit warnings right in your line of sight. You operate both infotainment systems via a rotary control on the centre console, complimented by a touchpad on the Comand Online system. It’s a better interface than Mercedes’ previous efforts thanks to sharper graphics and more intuitive menus, yet still not as responsive nor as easy to fathom as the best systems on the market, most notably BMW’s excellent iDrive in the 5 Series.

 

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How you grade the spaciousness of an E-Class Estate depends on which section of it you’re examining. Staring in the front, six-footers will find head and leg room absolutely fine, but if you’re pushing well over six-feet tall, a V90 is slightly bigger still. You get plenty of storage options: bigger items such as a bottle of water will fit in the large door bins, the glovebox will take a sizeable tin of travel sweets, and there’s a big cubby in the dashboard and one under the centre armrest, both with USB ports for charging a phone. Move to the back seats and it’s okay for space, but not outstanding. Head room isn’t the issue, that’s fine, but leg room is slightly disappointing: taller folk might find their knees digging in to the seat in front and for many, the lack of under-seat foot space is annoying. Swap into the rear of a 5 Series Touring and both concerns are improved, while the V90 is truly cavernous. Opening up the boot, which is electrically operated on all models, though, shines a light on one of the E-Class Estate’s main attributes: its moassive 640-litre load bay. To contextualise that figure, it’s enough for eight carry-on travel cases. And while a 5 Series Touring might match that amount at a push, lift up the floor of the E-Class and there’s room for a ninth in the well underneath. That’s impressive. Tucked away under the floor you’ll also find a fold-up crate you can use to keep loose items from rolling around, while the E-class’s trump card is that you can specify two extra seats to fill the under-floor void, which unfurl to make it the only seven-seat estate in the class. Just remember, those two rear-most seats are for kids up to six-years old only, mind. If you need more space then the regular rear seats fold down easily using electric release buttons by the tailgate opening or inside the rear doors. They’re in a 40/20/40 arrangement, which gives you more options for people and luggage than the 60/40 seats you get in a V90. Another option is a retractable tow hitch that’s able to support a bike rack with a loaded weight of up to 100kg.

 

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Discounts are rife for the E-Class Estate, so while it has a pricier list price than rivals, such as the Audi A6 Avant and the Volvo V90, you can level that with a good old haggle. It’s also worth bearing in mind that for company car buyers looking for low benefit-in-kind payments, the E 220 d’s CO2 emissions of 109g/km are among the best in the class (that’s for an SE on 17in wheels; it ramps up to 120g/km for the AMG Line on 19in alloys), and even the emissions for the E 220 d 4matic are competitive by the standards of its four-wheel drive rivals. In our real-world True MPG fuel tests we achieved a combined average of 41.2mpg for an E 220 d AMG Line - someway off the claimed 67.3mpg, but competitive next to it’s rivals. Private buyers will be pleased by the E-Class’s relatively strong resale values, which have the knock-on effect of keeping PCP finance payments low. Servicing will costs slightly more than an A6, 5 Series or V90, though. If you are looking at the more powerful AMG models then be prepared for fairly hefty bills – not just to buy, but to run them, too. In terms of the standard version, stick with the entry-level SE trim. It comes with enough goodies to make life easy, such as power-folding door mirrors, parking sensors and a rear-view camera, with some agreeable luxuries too, including heated seats and leather trim. AMG Line models are less easy to justify. The styling upgrades, including 19in wheels and sports suspension harm the ride, and oddly, manmade leather replaces the real cowhide you get in the SE. Check out the Premium package option if you want more toys, which adds keyless entry, fully electrically operated front seats with lumbar support and memory settings, and a panoramic roof. A pricier Premium Plus package adds a 13-speaker sound system and adaptive LED headlights. Euro NCAP hasn’t tested the E-Class Estate, but the saloon versions gets the full five stars. That’s partly down to lots of safety kit to prevent you from having a shunt, or keep you safe if one proves unavoidable. This includes automatic emergency braking, seven airbags and an active bonnet to help cushion unlucky pedestrians. The optional Driving Assistance Plus package adds blind spot monitoring, lane assist, along with semi-autonomous driving systems that steer, brake, and accelerate the car for you. For all the latest reviews, advice and new car deals, sign up to the What Car? newsletter here

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