Burmester Surround Sound System, Heated front seats & 2nd Row, dual-zone automatic climate control, Heated steering wheel, Panoramic sunroof, 64-colour LED ambient lighting, EASY-FOLD 40/20/40-split 2nd-row seats, rear-facing Folding 3rd-row seat, luggage cover, SmartKey with KEYLESS-START, power tailgate, Integrated garage door opener, 12.3” digital instrument cluster & 12.3” touchscreen multimedia display, Steering wheel with Touch Control Buttons, Navigation, Inductive wireless charging, Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto, Bi-Colour20” AMG 5-twin-spoke Wheels, 3.0L inline-6 turbo engine with mild hybrid drive & Hybrid Integrated Starter-Generator, 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission w/Paddle Shifters, 4Matic All-Wheel-Drive, DYNAMIC SELECT system including an Off-Road mode, Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 6,301 KM
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If the 2022 Mercedes-Benz E-Class was the only set of cars to wear that famous badge, the company’s reputation would still be mightily impressive. They’re all built on the same solid platform that provides plenty of refinement and safety, and they offer some of the most advanced automotive technology available. It could also be argued that every variant looks pretty darn desirable, too. Any E-Class is a special car, even in the rich context of this luxury midsize category.
It isn’t a question of getting used to how a 2022 E-Class drives. This Mercedes-Benz can be almost any machine the driver wants it to be. The E-Class has a well-calibrated balance of poise and compliance.
Adjust the available adaptive air suspension for the ideal passenger-pleaser in Comfort mode. Or set it to Sport and take the interesting roads.
We have a special fondness for the inline-6 engine in the E 450 models. This configuration is naturally smoother than a V6, while the extra push from the electric motor is always a good thing.
MBUX INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM – MBUX is short for Mercedes-Benz User Experience. This user-friendly infotainment setup is one half of the huge display unit on the dashboard. It responds well to voice commands given in natural speech and can act like a digital assistant. Just say, “Hey, Mercedes” then ask things like “find the nearest coffee shop.”
BURMESTER SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM – One of the most respected makers of handcrafted high-end home audio, Germany’s Burmester has developed a surround-sound system that’s specifically tailored to the E-Class. With 13 high-quality speakers and a 590-watt, 9-channel digital amplifier, the system fills the cabin with pure surround sound while seamlessly compensating for ambient noise. Exquisitely detailed aluminum speaker grilles are as rewarding to the eyes as the system’s output is to the most discerning ears.
AIR BODY CONTROL – An adaptive air suspension is optional 450 models (the exception being the All-Terrain, which has it as standard). It does virtually everything — enhancing comfort, virtually eliminating body lean through corners, and adjusting ride height. All these things are accomplished in milliseconds and vary according to the conditions of the moment.
Interior – Climb into any 2022 E-Class and you will be greeted by a cabin that’s plush and clearly upmarket, but not overdone. The dashboard houses a twin-screen driver information panel/infotainment system display. Quite possibly the most brainy wagon on earth, the E 450 All-Terrain Wagon is brawny, too. Rugged outside and underneath, it’s 100% E-Class within: richly refined and ever-advancing.
After a short time, though, more details start filtering through. Things like the little control touchpads on the steering wheel, the deeply comfortable seats, and the overall quality of materials.
The big cargo hauler of the E-Class is the E 450 All-Terrain wagon, offering a maximum of 64 cubic feet with the rear seats folded. The All-Terrain also has an extra pair of stowable seats in the back, raising the occupant count to seven if necessary.
There’s also a large twin-screen display, each measuring 12.3 inches diagonally yet combined into one unit. One is for driver information (it’s configurable), the other is an infotainment touchscreen for a system that also includes Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration and navigation.
Safety features include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, automatic high beams and even more stuff like wireless charging, Burmester surround-sound system, parking assistance, and a 360-degree camera system.
Under the Hood:
Whenever there’s an E 450 badge on the tail, there’s a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-6 in the engine bay developing 362 horsepower. This is augmented by a mild hybrid system — essentially a small electric motor that helps the engine reach its peak output, creates a smooth stop/restart action and runs a few things like the fuel pump.
Once again, a 9-speed automatic handles the transmission duties. All-wheel drive is standard in the sedan and E 450 All-Terrain wagon, although the coupe and cabriolet start out with this engine and rear-wheel drive.
The 2022 Mercedes-Benz E450 All-Terrain wagon did everything that I asked of it. From hauling passengers in style, comfort, and luxury, this 5+2 passenger vehicle is a compelling and yet often forgotten rival to Mercedes’ own GLE, as well as other SUVs in the market.
Attention to detail. High quality. Impressive technology. Spacious wagons.