• Dec 28th 2008 at 1:33PM
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When we saw spy shots of the E63 AMG wagon a couple of months ago, we thought the extended lines might diminish the stubbiness of the E Class sedan. The camouflage, cladding, and low profile tires made it seem deceptively sleek. Now that we've seen pictures of the regular E Class wagon, we're not so sure. There are two swage lines along the sides, but without any other curvature or those nifty ConceptFascination-esque haunches, they can't break up the impression of acres of metal. It just looks huge. Even so, we're still upset we don't get it here, and with a trailer hitch, even...
[Source: Global Motors]

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      • 6 Years Ago
      Why are they still making this car? I would totally choose an R-class over this ugly (maybe it's good camouflaging!) car, although I probably couldn't afford either.

      Also, cocks.
      • 6 Years Ago
      There used to be a time when I would eagerly anticipate each re-design of a Mercedes. However, now I think their designs are somewhere between bland and ugly. I used to be a MB owner too, and as a 38 year old guy, I know I'm also within their target market.
      • 6 Years Ago
      That rear is what would make me turn to the CTS wagon.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Mercedes always look better in real life than spy shots and they have a tendency to establish design trends that other manufacturers will follow.
      Looks like M/B is following a little more that it has in the past.
      Many influences from BMW and Asia here.
      • 6 Years Ago
      that whole thing looks hideous, just look at the side view.

      i agree with the comment that tylerz06 made, no one in the right mind would buy this over a CTS wagon...
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