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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 V6 diesel is seriously strong and smooth but a lot 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.