Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain estate - MPG, running costs & CO2
The E400d diesel engine is reasonably efficient considering its plentiful power
The E-Class All-Terrain is a less hefty machine than its GLE SUV sister, and you can expect it to offer much reduced running costs, while still providing as much rough-road agility as most drivers will need.
Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain CO2 & MPG
The E400d 4MATIC emits 168g/km of CO2, returns 44mpg and attracts yearly road tax of £140 – although with every All-Terrain model listing at over £40,000, they all attract further yearly surcharge of £310 the first five times they're taxed.
Insurance is lmarginally higher than for the equivalent E-Class Estate with the same engine and equipment, due to the increased value of the All-Terrain.
Maintenance doesn't differ markedly from that of other E-Class models; a service is due yearly or at roughly 15,000-mile intervals, with the dashboard providing a warning when sensors deem maintenance is due. Mercedes can set customers up with a Service Plan to help spread the costs of routine servicing. However, consumable items like tyres are more expensive than on regular E-Class models due to their increased size.
The All-Terrain is covered by the same three-year/unlimited-mileage warranty as other UK-market Mercedes cars.