Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain To Debut At Paris Auto Show 2016

Posted: Jun 8 2016, 12:43pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 9 2016, 10:56pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain to Debut at Paris Auto Show 2016
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  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class All Terrain will make its Debut in Paris this Year

The all-wheel drive Mercedes will make an appearance at the Paris Motor Show.

The Mercedes Benz E-Class All Terrain is going to make its debut at the Paris motor show this year. This all-wheel drive car will be rivaling the Audi A6 All road. All Terrain is going to go for sale in 2017.

The new Mercedes Benz E-Class All Terrain will have a unique exterior for sure. It will have more rugged bumpers, an excellent underbody protection and additional cladding for the wheel arches of the car. Thus giving it an overall new and aggressive look.

The E-200 Mercedes Benz E-Class All Terrain which will be an entry level vehicle will have a starting price of £40,000. It will available in turbo charged four-cylinder and six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines.

The E-Class’s Chief engineer Michael Keels told AutoCar that this car won’t be as good as the SUVs but surely will be a great one. This car will have a route to be a soft-order. The European customers do not seem to like visual aggression in a car but focus more on the facilities that are Bing provided. Unlike the U.S market this car is perfect for the European market. This is the reason that Mercedes Benz E-Class All Terrain will not be released in America.

Mercedes already have six off-roaders in its fleet so having an All-Terrain vehicle seems like a great choice for sure. The European customers like to buy raised wagons and it is an important niche which is the reason Benz opted for Mercedes Benz E-Class All Terrain. The European drivers and car owners prefer utility thus they don’t buy crossovers or SUVs like that of U.S citizens.

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