The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate, a mid-sized station wagon, has an optional rear-facing jump seat for two passengers in the cargo area. Before 1993, Mercedes-Benz offered the same category of car under a non-unified naming structure. The E initially stood for Einspritzmotor a new feature in volume production vehicles at the time that the E-Class first appeared, with the E as a suffix to the engine nomenclature in the 1960s. All generations of the E-Class have offered either rear-wheel drive or Mercedes' 4Matic four-wheel drive system. All Mercedes cars used fuel injection and the company felt it was no longer necessary to add this as a distinguishing feature.
The W212 replaced the W211 in 2009 for the model year 2010. New features included a blind spot monitor, Lane Keeping Assist, Pre-safe with Attention Assist and Night View Assist Plus. In 2013, the E-Class was comprehensively facelifted. The front fascia was heavily restyled, giving it a more aggressive look compared to the pre-facelift model. The biggest change was the singular front lights replacing the twin headlamp design with LED DRLs. In addition, the rear fender and back door sheet metal was changed to carry the rear wheel well character line straight forward. The rear tail lamps were also redesigned.
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