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The New Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain

Come rain or snow, the new E-Class All-Terrain takes every terrain in its stride and doesn’t compromise on performance thanks to its large wheels encased in flared wheel arches, accompanied by the striking SUV style grille, 4MATIC All-Wheel Drive and DYNAMIC SELECT with five driving programmes as standard.

The All-Terrain has a powerful and robust appearance but modern luxury remains uncompromised and is delivered throughout the interior in keeping with the Mercedes-Benz design philosophy, ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride no matter where your journey takes you.

The most eye-catching feature of the striking front is the SUV-style two-fin grille with a star integratedinto the centre. The distinctive front bumper and panelling electroplated in silver-chrome contribute to the robust appearance making the E-Class All-Terrain a force to be reckoned with. This complements the rear which too features a SUV-style three-part bumper painted in the model’s body colour with the lower part encased in grained black plastic.

To further emphasise the All-Terrain character, the black wheel arch covers mounted to the side skirt come in the same colour as the model’s body colour, featuring a chrome trip strip. Two exclusive light-alloy wheel sets give the vehicle a prominent look, providing more ground clearance and enhanced comfort especially on rough roads.

Focusing on the special features and the interior includes a trim part in aluminium-carbon look exclusive to the All-Terrain. Stainless steel sports pedals with rubber studs and floor mats with embedded ‘All-Terrain’ lettering immerse the driver in a unique environment that delivers nothing short of an incredible driving experience. Outside of this, practicality remains at the forefront of the All-Terrain’s design with an intelligent load compartment including the rear seat cargo position, which folds to a 40:20:40 split as standard.

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Posted on 26th October 2016 at 11:33 AM

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