The All-Terrain is based on the Mercedes E-Class, which recently received a significant facelift. Merc essentially takes one updated wagon body, adds some skidplates, matte black body cladding, and a suspension lift to create an SUV-like design. This seems odd to us, considering the existence of the GLE, which is supposed to be the SUV version of the E-Class but, while we're not sure the black body cladding looks great on this design language, we aren't complaining about its existence.
The All-Terrain gets its own unique grille design and model-specific 19-inch alloy wheels wearing all-terrain tires to set it apart from the rest of the E-Class range. But it inherits a lot, like the LED headlights and twin exhaust outlets. There's also a power tilt-and-slide sunroof as standard, but a panoramic version is available.
The E-Class All-Terrain is 194.8 inches long, which is slightly longer than the GLE's 194.3-inch footprint. Its 115.7-inch wheelbase is shorter, however. Overall width is 81.3 inches and this raised wagon stands 58.9 inches tall. Considering its sizeable dimensions and mild-hybrid powertrain, a curb weight of 4,530 lbs is on the money for the segment.
|Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain Trims||E450 4MATIC All-Terrain Wagon|
|Max Width||73.7 in.|
|Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain Trims||Curb Weight|
|E450 4MATIC All-Terrain Wagon||4,530 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||19" x 8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||19" x 8"|
Of the 11 available paint colors on offer, none of them are particularly vibrant. Sedate Black and Polar White are the standard no-cost choices, with several metallic hues making up the bulk of offering at $720 each. These include Obsidian Black, Graphite Grey, Mojave Silver, Lunar Blue, Cirrus Silver, and Selenite Grey. A few premium colors are available including the most flashy, designo Cardinal Red for $1,080, the subdued designo Diamond White for $1,515, or the matte-finish designo Selenite Grey Magno at $3,950.