MERCEDES BENZ E-Class T-Modell All-Terrain E-Class T-Modell All Terrain S213 2020 - 2022

Generation Information

Body style: Wagon

Segment: Medium

With more than 14 million units sold since the introduction of the E-Class on the market in 1946, the medium-sized vehicle was the most successful vehicle ever built by Mercedes-Benz.
Before being known as the E-Class, the medium-sized range was introduced with several other names. But it was the same class and kept for the same customers. The ascending demand for crossovers and SUVs made the German car-maker dare and offer a lifted version for the E-Class station-wagon, the T-Modell All Terrain.

In 2017, the manufacturer introduced an E-Class with higher ground clearance, specific bumpers, and side sills. In 2020, it introduced the facelifted version. A two-slats grille supported the big, round badge placed in the middle of the front fascia. The car was fitted with roof-rails as standard and, depending on the options, a panoramic glass-roof could have been added.

The interior was fitted with high bolstering to enhance lateral support. Depending on the trim level and options, they were covered in fabric or man-made ARTICO upholstery. The rear bench seat-back was split-folding to enlarge the loading capacity. The E-Class T-Modell All-Terrain was fitted with two wide screens for the instrument cluster and the infotainment system for the dashboard.

The E-Class T-Modell All-Terrain was available with up to seven engine versions, gasoline, or diesel. The standard transmission was the 9G-Tronic gearbox, and it sent the power in all four corners.

MERCEDES BENZ E-Class T-Modell All-Terrain 2020 2022

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