Most buyers have the notion that the top end variant being offered by Mercedes Benz is the S-Class sedan.
But, according to the company it is the E-class wagon which is subtle yet on top of the luxurious offerings from the automobile brand.
The car maker in their statement has said that the wealthiest of their buyers always opt for the E-Class wagon. It is one of the most popular cars in multiple regions including New York, New Jersey, California and Florida. Keeping with the trend and to offer their buyers a new wagon to go for, Mercedes Benz has officially announced the next generation five-door E400 with 4Matic system. It is a welcome addition for those looking forward to change their ageing wagon and for those who are interested in joining the Mercedes family being becoming on their elite customers.
Whenever an E-class wagon is mentioned, it is the curvaceous and the streamlined design that hits buyers hard. The design is simply spectacular that it has been warmly welcomed by people around the globe without second thoughts. Mercedes is not going to get rid of this amazing outlook and continues to follow the same pattern with their next generation wagon. The new E-Class E400 wagon is clean and has the right curves. Similarities with the existing sedan are many but it is not going to be of any issue. Despite the wheelbase being the same 115.7 inch as the sedan, the engineers have managed to bump the rear space in the wagon to a great extent.
Total cargo capacity of the 2017 Mercedes Benz E400 4Matic wagon is yet to be announced. The rear facing seats can be folded like before and when you do that, it gives way to great storage area. It is expected that customers will get at least 57.4 cubic feet of cargo area when the rear seats are open. It will have significant improvement when folded. A self-leveling suspension system is integrated in the back so that comfort levels are maintained when the cargo area is fully loaded.
A 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine powers the E400 which is capable of delivering 329 horsepower coupled with 354 lb feet of torque. The power is shared in this wagon which relies on a four-wheel drive setup. The engine is mated to a nine speed transmission system. The wagon is set for a U.S. launch next year along with a Mercedes AMG E63.