Mercedes has announced prices for the Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain, the higher ground clearance version of the E-Class T-Model, available exclusively with all-wheel drive. Customers can choose between three versions, and deliveries start in spring 2024.
The Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain is the third model in the E-Class range after the limousine and estate. With standard all-wheel drive and 46 mm higher ground clearance, the new Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain is also ready for travel on country roads and can be an alternative for those who don’t want a big, heavy SUV like the Mercedes GLE.
The Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain has improved standard equipment compared to the previous generation, with Airmatic air suspension and the off-road program as standard. Off-road design elements such as special bumpers and high-gloss front and rear optical underride guards provide extra protection off-road. Customers will also be able to order, as on the Mercedes GLC, the 360-degree camera which includes the so-called “transparent bonnet” which allows the driver to see on the central display a virtual view of the road ahead beneath the vehicle. This enables the driver to see obstacles such as large rocks or deep potholes better and earlier.
The new Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain is available with diesel, petrol, and, for the first time, with a PHEV propulsion system. Thus are available:
– E 220 d 4Matic with 2-litre, 197 PS turbodiesel inline 4-cylinder and mild hybrid system with integrated 23 PS starter generator. Price 74,077.50 euro
– E 450 4Matic with 3-liter turbocharged inline 6-cylinder with 381 PS and integrated 23 PS starter generator. Price 89,190.50 euro
– E 300 4Matic PHEV diesel combining the 2-litre 197 PS turbodiesel engine with a 129 PS electric motor. The system delivers 313 PS and 700 Nm in total. Price 81,753 euros.
Compared to the old generation, the Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain comes standard with the Avantgarde line for the interior and exterior and the Avantgarde Advanced package, which includes LED headlights with adaptive High Beam Assist, 12.3- and 14.4-inch driver and central displays, as well as heated seats for the driver and front passenger. It also features an impressive standard assistance systems package with Distronic Active Distance Assist adaptive cruise control and Blind Spot Assist.
As with other Mercedes models, the optional equipment policy has been simplified, and many options were included in a few packages. In addition to the Avantgarde Advanced package, which is standard, customers can opt for the Avantgarde Advance Plus as well as the Exclusive Premium and Exclusive Premium Plus packages.