A New Addition to The E-Class Family: The 2021 All-Terrain Wagon

April 20th, 2020 by

For generations, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon has stood for excellence in luxury transportation. You see them at the University of Oregon tailgates, as well as adventures across the state of Oregon.

What Oregon customers want is more capability. They want a raised ride height and lower body protection combined with all of the great attributes of the E-Class wagon. After all, our customers expect “the best or nothing” in everything you do.

For 2021, Mercedes-Benz will add to the updated E-Class lineup the All-Terrain wagon.

The design and stance is influenced by the Mercedes-Benz SUV lineup. You can see the GLC and GLE around this station wagon, with the lower plastic cladding, satin chrome finished skid plates, and raised ride height. These elements give the E-Class All-Terrain added ground clearance, as expected in a vehicle made for adventure while coddled in luxury.

What distinguishes the All-Terrain wagon from any wagon of its type goes beyond the three-pointed star on the new radiator grille. The long-roof E-Class All-Terrain will offer a generous level of practicality that expands the cargo hold when the rear seats are folded down.

The E-Class All-Terrain will also offer a host of new driving assistance systems that will give it an advantage over its competitors. These new driving assistance features include a new steering wheel generation with capacitive hands-off detection, Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC with route-based speed adjustment, Active Stop-and-Go Assist, Active Steering Assist, Active Brake Assist with a turning maneuver function, and a Parking Package in conjunction with the 360-degree camera and an expanded side view screen.

The interior will get an upgrade with a new instrument panel featuring standard widescreen cockpit design, with two 12.3-inch displays – one for the instrumentation, the other for the MBUX infotainment system. The MBUX system will now add standard LINGUATRONIC voice control and available augmented video for the onboard navigation system. To top it all off, an available Interior Assistant allows for intuitive natural operation of various comfort and MBUX functions. This is done through movement recognition.

Slated to power the E-Class All-Terrain wagon is a 362-horsepower 3.0-liter inline turbocharged six-cylinder engine with EQ Boost technology. This engine will incorporate a 48-volt electrical system.

Along with the upcoming E-Class sedan, the All-Terrain Wagon is coming in the months ahead to Mercedes-Benz of Eugene. Contact us to register your interest and become one of the first to own this perfect vehicle for Oregon.

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