Mercedes-Benz released its final E-Class variant today at the 2010 New York Auto Show with the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon.
“We want to continue this success story, which is why the next few weeks will see us launch three new E-Class models onto the U.S. market,” says Ernst Lieb, President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA. “In summer, with the new E 350 BlueTEC, we are introducing another incredibly clean and efficient driveline variant of the successful sedan. Plus, we are also completing the E-Class family with the cabriolet, which goes on sale May 10, and the E-Class Wagon, which we are offering as the E 350 4MATIC with permanent all-wheel drive.”
Alongside a commendable maximum load volume (70 cu. ft. / 2,000 liters), the E-Class Wagon features one touch button automatic tailgate, folding rear back seats that frees up 6.5 ft of load space and a third seat row is folded out in just three easy steps, converting the E 350 4MATIC to the only seven-seater in its class.
2010 New York: 2011 Mercedes-Benz E 350 4MATIC Wagon:
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