It might not be cheap, but the Mercedes E-Class Estate is extremely classy, exceptionally spacious and impressively refinedread the full model review
Adds bigger 19in alloy wheels, firmer sports suspension, more aggressive-looking bumpers, black ash interior trim, and lumbar support but swaps real-leather from the SE for man-made leather. \n\n,
This 192bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine emits from as little as 109g/km of CO2, making it a popular choice among company car drivers. It comes with a nine-speed automatic gearbox as standard and is a surprisingly strong performer. Sounds a little bit grumbly under acceleration compared to the competition, though.