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Mercedes-Benz drops E-Class Estate to £36,735

Published 06 October 2016

Mercedes-Benz has added the 150PS 2.0-litre diesel engine to the E-Class Estate range. The 200 d lowers the E-Class' entry-price to £36,735 and is available to order now. 

The E-Class Estate 200 d costs £1200 less than the more powerful 220 d, but is slightly less efficient, returning an official 109g/km  of CO2 and 65.7 mpg. In comparison, the 194PS 220 d - which uses the same four-cylinder 2.0-litre diesel engine - provides the same CO2 rating, but manages 67.3mpg.

Standard specification on the 200 d SE is the same as the 220 d SE, with 17-inch alloy wheels, Garmin navigation, LED headlights, roof rails and heated front seats. Parking sensors, rear view camera and powered tailgate are also included.

As well as a new engine option, all E-Class Estate models are now available with optional folding seats in the boot for children. Priced from £1250 and designed for those under four foot in height, the leather, rear-facing seats expand the E-Class Estate into a seven-seater and store neatly under the load compartment floor when not in use. 


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