Inside, a brown satin ash wood trim spans the length of the dashboard giving off a more refined feel in the cabin. Standard features like a rearview camera, dual-zone climate control, and a power tilting steering wheel also come with every E350 wagon. The one place the staff dinged the E350 wagon was the MB-Tex upholstery that covered the seats because it simply felt out of place. Seating for seven, a split-folding second row of seats, and a power liftgate make you quickly forget about the material that covers the seats though. Mercedes should also be commended on the job it did to keep the E350's ride subdued and tranquil. You can be rolling along at highway speeds -even passing slower traffic- and you'd have to strain your ears to hear any road noise.
Autoweek also tested the 2014 E350 wagon recently and said things like “Thirty-something years later, this remains darn near the perfect car. The single car one would need for 99 percent of life’s needs.” You can read the . I can hardly wait to see one in Cardinal red!
17-inch twin 5-spoke alloy wheels.
Sporty 17-inch alloy wheels with a dynamic twin 5-spoke design are standard on the E350 Sport Wagon. They come fitted with all-season tires.