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Car buyers in the USA might have fallen out of love with the station wagon but the Mercedes wagon is not dead yet. This once-beloved body style still has a lot going for it, such as the high passenger and cargo capacity of an SUV, but with the handling and fuel economy of a sedan. Mercedes hopes that adding a dash of German prestige and style will lure buyers back from their SUVs and dispel the ‘stuffy’ image of the station wagons of yesteryear.

List of Mercedes Wagon Models and Prices

This is a list of the Mercedes-Benz wagon models and prices in the US:

Model Power Engine Base Price
Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain 362 hp 3.0L Turbo Inline-6 Gas $71,250
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon 362 hp 3.0L Twin-Turbo V6 Gas $66,100
Mercedes-AMG E63 Wagon 603 hp 4.0L Twin-Turbo V8 Gas $121,100

What To Consider When Buying A Mercedes-Benz Station Wagon

Station wagons are a dying breed, with most automakers abandoning the body style altogether. However, this doesn’t mean there is no competition to the Mercedes-Benz wagon lineup. In fact, it is mostly luxury automakers that still have a few station wagon models on offer, so the competition is quite strong. So what qualities help the Mercedes wagons stand out?


  • Highly capable powertrains
  • Gorgeously appointed interiors
  • Ample space for both people and stuff
  • Extensive list of modern features


  • Prohibitively expensive price tags
  • Subpar fuel economy figures with no diesel variants
  • The cost of desirable options is astronomical

FAQs about Mercedes Station Wagons

What is the best Mercedes station wagon?

There are only a couple to choose from and it comes down to whether you just want the practicality of a wagon or also a bit of fun. The E-Class All-Terrain is your standard luxury wagon, while the AMG E63 trim comes with a twin-turbo V8 engine for maximum performance potential.

Can I get the 7-seater option on the AMG E63 S?

No, the rear-facing child seats in the trunk are only available on the E-Class All-Terrain and not on the E63 S due to under-floor space constraints. There is no model available with a traditional 3rd row of seats.

Can you go off-road with a Mercedes-Benz station wagon?

The Mercedes-Benz wagon was never designed for hardcore off-roading. It has AWD, as opposed to a 4x4 drivetrain, but this is only meant to aid in traction and traversing dirt or gravel. Anything more severe, and the suspension simply cannot cope, despite being able to add a little extra ground clearance.

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