Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain review

Category: Estate car

Section: Performance & drive

Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain rear
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain front
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain rear
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain dashboard
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain boot
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain infotainment screen
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain front
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain side
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain dashboard vents
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain infotainment controller
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain rear seats
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain front
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain front
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain rear
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain dashboard
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain boot
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain infotainment screen
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain front
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain side
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain dashboard vents
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain infotainment controller
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain rear seats
  • Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain front
What Car?’s E-Class All-Terrain deals

Performance & drive

What it’s like to drive, and how quiet it is

Like its rivals, the E-Class All-Terrain has been designed to be more cosseting and easygoing than the conventional estate on which it’s based, while also providing a smattering of off-road ability.

It’s certainly comfortable on smooth but undulating surfaces, wafting along in a relaxed manner. The same can’t be said for rough urban roads, though; it thumps over bumps and potholes much more than you might expect.