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 V6 diesel is seriously strong and smooth. Prices haven’t been released yet, but judging by the saloon it will be considerably more expensive to buy than the entry-level E 220 d. It also emits more CO2, which pushes up monthly company car tax bills considerably. This engine comes with a nine-speed automatic gearbox as standard.