Along with the sedan version, Mercedes-Benz also significantly updated the E-Class Estate and high-riding All-Terrain for the 2021 model year. With that, only the E63 AMG model has yet to get the new look.

Like the sedan, the long-roof versions of the E-Class get a new look at the front. There's the CLS-inspired headlights with a single LED strip serving as its daytime running lights. Further altering its look is the trapezoidal grill, giving it a wider-looking stance. The bumper is new, and so are air intakes and hood to better fit the changes made to the front end.

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But whereas the four-door has a redesigned rear end, Mercedes-Benz left the rear of the Estate mostly untouched. There are minor cosmetic tweaks at the lower half of the bumper, along with a few changes to the garnish. Tail light elements have been retouched too, but other than that, it's still the familiar look it's been using since 2017. As for the All-Terrain, it gains a few extra inches of ground clearance, a pair of gloss black roof railing, and the entire bottom half of the wagon is surrounded by unpainted cladding.

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Inside, there are new steering wheel designs and vary depending on the style package chosen. The AMG Line has a flat-bottom wheel while the non-sporting versions have a round one. Mercedes-Benz has also gotten rid of the scroll wheel to control the infotainment system. In its place is a touch pad and the acts as a 'mouse' to navigate through the menus. Software updates are also part of the changes.

On to technology and it's available with semi-autonomous driving capabilities. Some of these include Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC with route-based speed adjustment, Active Stop-and-Go Assist, Active Steering Assist, Active Brake Assist (with turning maneuver function), and Active Blind Spot Assist with exit warning, just to name a few.

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Engine range is the same as the sedan. It starts with turbocharged four-cylinder engines in various states of tune with a base output of 156 PS in the E 180. The most powerful four-cylinder option available can be found in the E 350 which makes 255 PS. Opt for the E 450 and that boosted straight-six is good for 365 PS. But for those who want even more, there's the AMG E 53 using an uprated 3.0-liter inline-six from the E 450 and produces 435 PS. This engine is also available in the sedan.

Wagon want is strong with Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate, All-Terrain image

On to diesels and the base E200d puts out 160 PS. At the other end of the spectrum is the E400d 4Matic which pushes out 330 PS and a stump-pulling 700 Nm of torque.

The E-Class Estate isn't typically offered here but, perhaps, if you ask nicely, Mercedes-Benz Philippines could bring in one for you.