The long roof E-Class Wagon has been spied in testing camo with a slightly revised front grille and other, very slight visual touches. We don’t have all the details yet but don’t expect to see anything groundbreaking in the wagon for 2020. The E-Class Sedan will get a power and price bump for the new year, but those updates haven’t yet been confirmed for any of the other models.
The E-Class Wagon’s twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 should remain in place, delivering the same 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque that it did in 2019. This will also mean brisk acceleration, with 0-60 mph coming in 5.1 seconds.
Niceties like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, keyless start, navigation, a power liftgate, LED exterior lighting, and voice controls will be included as standard equipment. Advanced safety tech is not standard and requires a $2,250 upgrade to get features like blind-spot monitoring, lane departure alerts, radar cruise control, and forward-collision warnings.
Wagons are a dying breed, especially at the luxury price point. As such the E-Class Wagon spends much more time competing against crossovers like the BMW X3 and Audi Q3 than it does other wagons. There is always the Volvo V90 to consider, though. Pricing for the E-Class Wagon should start close to where it did in 2019 at around $64,200.
|E450 4MATIC Wagon||
3.0-liter Twin-Turbo V6 Gas