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E-Class Estate SE

FROM £40,880

  • 17” alloy wheels
  • SD navigation with widescreen cockpit
  • Reversing camera
  • Heated seats
  • Parking sensors (F&R)

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E-Class Estate AMG Line Edition

FROM £43,710

SE, Plus

  • 19” AMG alloy wheels (18” on PHEV)
  • COMAND with widescreen cockpit
  • AMG body styling
  • Privacy glass

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AMG Line Edition

E-Class Estate AMG Line Edition Premium

FROM £46,210

AMG Line, Plus

  • MultibeamLED headlights
  • Memory seats
  • 360 degree camera
  • Wireless charging

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AMG Line Edition Premium

E-Class Estate AMG Line Night Edition Premium Plus

FROM £49,145

AMG Line Premium, plus:

  • 20” AMG alloy wheels
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Keyless entry
  • Burmestersound system

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AMG Line Night Edition Premium Plus

E-Class Estate AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Premium Plus

FROM £70,275

The Mercedes-AMG E-Class E 53 4MATIC+ Premium Plus emphasises its athletic exterior with black painted 20" AMG 5-twin spoke alloy wheels with a high-sheen finish and a radiator grille with integral Mercedes-Benz star with a single louvre in high-gloss black.

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AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Premium Plus

E-Class Estate AMG E 53 4MATIC+ Premium

FROM £66,785

The Mercedes-AMG E-Class E 53 4MATIC+ Premium combines powerful performance with high efficiency. Fitted with a 6-cylinder in-line engine, it generates 435 hp (320 kW) and 520 Nm maximum torque. These sporty credentials are matched by the iconic diamond grille, AMG bodystyling, and ‘BITURBO 4MATIC+’ lettering on the front wings.

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AMG E 53 4MATIC+ Premium

E-Class Estate AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Premium Plus

FROM £100,410

Exceeding the power of the E63 S 4MATIC+ Premium Plus with its staggering 612hp (450kW) output, this model comes with its very own highly distinctive features. Inside, you’ll enjoy AMG Performance seats. featuring integrated head restraints adorned with a stitched AMG emblem.

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AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Premium Plus

From £40,880


New Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

A perfect combination of form and function.

Form, function, and freedom. The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate is a breath of fresh air, delivering elegance and agility to the executive estate market. Its flowing chassis and sweeping silhouette offer unrivalled style and balance, ensuring an energetic and exciting drive.

The E-Class Estate is more spacious and versatile than ever before. It’s the perfect family companion with its economic engines, comfortable cabin and extensive technology features to keep you and your family entertained.

With 10 specification trim levels to choose from, you will be able to pick out the perfect E-Class Estate for your needs. The E-Class Estate range is hugely versatile. From the entry-level SE, to the off-road focussed All-Terrain Edition to the AMG Line Hybrid, you will find a model for each and every requirement.

The E-Class Estate really does have everything you need. It’s packed full of features to enhance your driving experience and remove any stresses. KEYLESS-GO ensures you can get on the move without the struggle to find the keys in your bag, wireless charging keeps your battery full whilst you are on the move and the parking package with 360o camera will ensure even the trickiest of manoeuvres is a breeze.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate Offers in South Wales

The technology doesn’t stop there either. You can trust in the highly sophisticated safety systems and driving aids installed in the E-Class Estate. Keeping you and your passengers safe on the road is the top priority. Active Brake Assist is equipped to help prevent collisions while PRE-SAFE Plus is fitted to keep you safe in the unfortunate event of an incident. There’s also intelligent features such as Active Distance Assist and Lane Tracking to help you stay focussed on even the longest of journeys.

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate is ready and waiting for your next family adventure. Unearth its wonders today with a test drive in Bridgend, Neyland, Swansea, Cardiff and Newport from Sinclair Mercedes. Get in touch with our friendly team who will offer friendly guidance and further information on all the cars’ features.

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The most practical full-sized Executive estate you can buy is now even better. Jonathan Crouch checks out the improved version of the 'W213'-series Mercedes E-Class Estate

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The most practical full-sized Executive estate you can buy is now even better. Jonathan Crouch checks out the improved version of the 'W213'-series Mercedes E-Class Estate

Ten Second Review

The Mercedes E-Class Estate has always been a very classy way to carry rather a lot. These days though, it's cleverer and more efficient than ever. A focus on downsized engines will be a big draw, there's a frugal base diesel, a plug-in hybrid and fire-breathing Mercedes-AMG models add some excitement. Overall, the whole range just feels slicker and more desirable than ever. It's all very impressive, particularly as you can carry up to 1,820-litres.


It used to be that if you wanted a large, plush practical estate, you bought a big Volvo. For some years now though, that role has been only fully filled by the Mercedes E-Class Estate. Rivals trade space for a bit of style but this car continues to prioritise practicality, with 670-litres of room on offer even before you start folding seats. This tenth generation E-Class Estate of course enjoys all the advantages developed for its saloon counterpart, a car offering efficient engines, astonishing technology and luxurious comfort. This updated model gets a smarter look and quite a bit of extra technology to keep it current in the face of fresh or updated rivals introduced since the original launch. There are also cutting-edge driver assistance features that even allow owners to take a step closer to fully autonomous driving.

Driving Experience

Electrification is the theme with this revised 'W213'-series E-Class model. The base E200 model with 197hp now gets mild hybrid tech, while the conventional base diesel, the four cylinder 194hp E220d variant, can also be had in E300 de EQ Power plug-in hybrid form. There's also a 3.0-litre six cylinder 4MATIC E400d diesel variant for the few that will want it. There are two Mercedes-AMG sporting versions too, both petrol-powered with 4MATIC+ 4WD; we tried the straight-six E 53 variant, which also gets mild hybrid tech and puts out 435hp. While at the top of the range, there's the wild V8 E 63, with 612hp. Even on mainstream E-Class Estate models, handling should be sharper than you might expect, though there isn't quite the balance you'd get with rival BMW 5 Series Touring, Jaguar XF Sportbrake or Audi A6 Avant models. With this Mercedes though, there's the advantage that all models get standard rear air suspension and level control - great not only for poorer surfaces but also for the kind of heavier loads that would trouble this car's direct premium rivals. Selective damping's standard too, controlled via the various provided 'DYNAMIC SELECT' driving modes - 'Comfort', 'ECO', 'Sport' and 'Sport+'. An additional 'Individual' option allows drivers to configure their vehicle to suit their own preferences.

Design and Build

As facelift restyles go, the one applied to this updated 'W213'-series E-Class estate is quite a significant. The front end features softer, re-shaped headlamps with full-LED beams and the grille's been revised too, as has the front bumper. Inside, the main change with this revised W213-series model, apart from this revised steering wheel, is the adoption of the brand's so-called 'Widescreen Cockpit' dash design, which sees two 12.3-inch displays, one for the instrument cluster and one for the central MBUX infotainment screen, blended beneath a shared glass cover. In the rear, passenger space is generous. If the front passengers have their seats at the lowest setting, you might find room for your feet slightly limited, but otherwise the rear foot wells are big and broad. The boot gets automatic operation for the tailgate, which rises to reveal a 640-litre space, easily the largest in the segment. It's a square, usefully-shaped area too, with 1,100mm of width between the wheel arches. Which is why this E-Class Estate is just about the only car you could choose that can accommodate a Europallet - though you might think twice about inflicting such a thing onto the immaculate carpets fitted here. There's no longer the option of having a third row seat bench fitted back here though. This revised model's second row rear bench seat gains additional cargo-related functionality, making it possible to position the backrest at an approximately 10-degree steeper angle. This creates an additional 30-litres of cargo volume, while continuing to enable full use to be made of five seats. In addition, 40:20:40-split for the rear backrest, long items like skis can be slid in between two rear-seated passengers. To release the backrests, there are electric switches located in the load compartment and to the right and left next to the backrests. Use these and up to 1,820-litres of fresh air can be freed up. No segment rival can get anywhere close to that figure.

Market and Model

Expect to allow a premium of £2,000 over the saloon model, which, at the time of this test in Summer 2021 meant pricing starting from just under £42,000 for E-Class Estate ownership. Most models will be sold in the £45,000-£55,000 bracket: overall, that's pretty competitive against rivals like the Audi A6 Avant and the BMW 5 Series Touring. You'll obviously pay quite a lot more for a sporting Mercedes-AMG variant. The E 53 4MATIC+ six cylinder model was priced from around £67,500 at the time of this test, with the top V8-powered E 63 4MATIC+ up at around £100,000. Trim-wise, things kick off with either 'Sport' trim for the base E200 or E220d petrol or diesel models; or 'AMG Line Edition', if you want the E300 de EQ Power plug-in hybrid model. From there, your trim choices rise through 'AMG Line' to 'AMG Line Premium' and 'AMG Line Night Edition Premium Plus'; you'll need the top two spec options if you want the six cylinder E400d 4MATIC model. The E 53 derivative comes in either 'Premium' or 'Night Edition Premium Plus' forms. The top E 63 comes only as a 'Night Edition Premium Plus' model.

Cost of Ownership

For a car that performs as broad a remit as the E-Class Estate, encompassing everything from German domestic market taxi fleets to family transport, company cars and all points in between, there's a pressing requirement for the car to turn in some great efficiency measures. To that end, Mercedes has worked hard to improve running costs this time round, which are aided by the increased emphasis on electrification across the range. Let's look at the WLTP-rated figures. The E200 petrol with its latest EQ Power mild hybrid tech manages up to 37.2mpg on the combined cycle and 174g/km of CO2. And the diesels? Well the efficient 2.0-litre biturbo diesel engine in the volume E220d model manages up to 50.4mpg on the combined cycle and up to 148g/km of CO2. If you go for the six cylinder E400d 4MATIC diesel, the estate version of that variant manages up to 40.9mpg and up to 181g/km - not bad for a 4WD high performance diesel full-sized executive model. The E300 de EQ Power plug-in hybrid version of course, is in a different league when it comes to efficiency figures, officially managing up to 217.3mpg on the combined cycle and 35g/km of CO2 if you take into account its all-electric driving range - up to 33 miles. You'll need deep pockets to run the petrol Mercedes-AMG models of course. The E 53 manages up to 29.4mpg and up to 216g/km of CO2. For the V8 E 63, the figures are up to 22.8mpg and up to 282g/km.


Before this 'W213'-series E-Class Estate model appeared, the Mercedes of executive station wagons was perceived as a practical but slightly over-sensible choice in this sector. These days though, it's a much smarter choice - in more ways than one. Today, it feels like a car that's pricey but which offers a compelling value proposition. It drives with genuine polish, yet is capable of stepping from cruiser to carouser without breaking a sweat. Operating the car is relatively easy and you rarely feel as if this Mercedes is imposing its will on you, unlike certain rivals we could mention. The abiding impression is that this is a very carefully considered vehicle, developed by a company steeped in a proud engineering tradition. If you want to carry properly hefty loads in a car of this kind, yet want to do so with more than a modicum of style, this is one to place right up there with its premium rivals. It's better by design.

Offer is inclusive of VAT and off the on the road price of a New Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate ordered between 1st July – 30th September 2021 and registered by 30th June 2021. Subject to availability. All prices are subject to any fiscal or legislative changes. No cash alternative. Private Customers only. Mercedes-Benz Cars UK reserve the right to withdraw the offer at any time. Contact your retailer for full details. Information correct at time of going to press.

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