Also unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show is the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-class Estate that is set to go on sale in November. Prices will be announced before then. Long horizontal lines were used by the designers to emphasize the car's sporty looks and practical nature. Also featured are blacked out B and C-pillars feature, which blend into the privacy glass.
Other features include flared wheel arches, an automatic tailgate and new LED front and rear lights. The E-class Estate can seat seven people and a quick fold third row of seats features to maximize luggage capacity.
The boot's capacity is 1,950 liters, which is 266 liters more than the new 2010 BMW 5-Series GT. Equipment includes a direct control suspension system with adaptive damping, while safety kit includes nine airbags, a drowsiness detection system (advanced cruise control and automatic braking in emergencies. Initially, the estate will be offered with three diesel and two petrol engines.
Petrol models include the 288bhp E350 CGI BlueEfficiency and the 383bhp E500. The diesel models include the 168bhp E220 CDI BlueEfficiency, the 201bhp E250 CDI BlueEfficiency, and the 228bhp E350 CDI BlueEfficiency. If you want a powerful engine you should check the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Estate!