Mercedes's E-Class continues to be excellent in its field, regardless of what iteration you go for. With a varied choice of petrol, diesel, AMG and even now hybrid variants, the luxury saloon caters across many categories. It's more expensive to run than its BMW 5 Series or Audi A6 rivals, though, and trimlines do get pricey very quickly.read the full model review
We’d only recommend this trim if you value sporty styling; there isn’t a lot else it adds over the entry-level SE. You do get adjustable lumbar support, but the AMG Line actually has faux leather seats rather than the real leather that feature on the cheaper SE.,
This 190bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine emits from as little as 102g/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. It's relatively smooth and quiet, too.