What used Mercedes E-Class estate will I get for my budget?
You’ll need to think around £27,000 as a starting point to buy an E-Class Estate of this generation, this for a late 2016 car with an average mileage for the year and a full service history to support it. Considering the amount of car you get for your money, and its obvious quality, this seems like a very good deal indeed. Most of these will still be in the franchised dealership chain and will come with the balance of the original Mercedes-Benz warranty. Spend between £32,000 and £40,000 and you’ll step into a good 2017 car with all the same criteria.
How much does it cost to run a Mercedes E-Class estate?
The most economical engines are the diesels, not surprisingly, with the entry-level E 200d and E 220d averaging a claimed 67.3mpg. Bear in mind that cars registered after April 2017 and costing in excess of £40,000 will attract an additional premium over the standard rate of road tax every year.