Also, take a look at the Mercedes-AMG E43 4MATIC Estate for Europe

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon is arguably even more attractive than the sedan counterpart thanks to the estate's gently arching roofline and wide taillights that accentuate the rear’s width. We already got a good look at it, but Mercedes has now released a series of videos to reveal more details about the new longroof. The company also dropped more details about the Europe-only Mercedes-AMG E43 4MATIC Estate for performance-oriented customers.

Even in standard trim, the 2017 E400 is an incredibly attractive entry into the field of luxury European wagons. These videos take a closer look into the Exclusive and Avantgarde versions. Regardless of which customers choose, they get Mercedes’ 3.0-liter biturbo V6 with 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feed of torque. A nine-speed automatic gearbox routes the power to an all-wheel drive system to ensure a sure-footed feeling behind the wheel.

However, North American customers miss out on the AMG E43 wagon. It adds larger turbos and retuned engine management software to the V6 to increase the output to 396 hp and 384 lb-ft. To make the best use of the extra grunt, the nine-speed automatic features quicker shift times, and the all-wheel drive system biases power to the rear. The AMG-tuned estate can hit 62 miles per hour in 4.7 seconds and reach an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph. The hotter model goes on sale in Europe in December 2016, which is the same time as the standard wagon there.

The good news for North American buyers is that Mercedes doesn’t rule out bringing a future AMG-tuned E-Class Wagon to the continent. The next step up the lineup would be the AMG E63, so the ultimate AMG wagon might arrive in the United States in a few years. Until then, check out the videos below to get a complete view at the versions we know are on the way.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

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