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Mercedes-Benz adds new diesel engines to E-Class estate range

Mercedes-Benz E-Class estate

Mercedes-Benz has added two new diesel engines - with CO2 emissions starting from 109g/km - to its E-Class estate range.

The E200d SE, which has a starting price of £36,735, offers 150ps from its 2.0-litre engine and has a combined cycle fuel economy of 65.7mpg.

The E350d SE's 3.0-litre engine produces 258ps while delivering up to 48.7mpg and emitting 140g/km of CO2.

Standard specification on the E-Class estate mirrors that of the E-Class saloon, but with the addition of standard split-folding rear seats.

Comand Online with a 12.3-inch screen comes as standard on the E350d, and customers can add to this with the 12.3-inch cockpit display for £495.

All E-Class estate models are now available with an optional folding bench seat in the boot, for £1,250.

This provides two rear-facing seats – which are specifically designed for use by children under 115cm (3 ft 9 in) in height – and are stored under the load compartment floor when not in use.

An Easy-Pack load securing kit can be specified for an additional £295. This provides rails in the load compartment floor with a telescopic bar that means luggage can be safely clamped against the rear seats or sidewall.


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