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Total cash price £24,999. Borrowing £19,999 with a £5,000 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£352.55
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£32,852.51
Cost of credit
£7,853.51
Optional final payment
£10,930.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Mercedes estate FAQs

Mercedes commonly uses two names for its estate models. Somewhat unoriginally, estate versions of its traditional saloons are simply called 'Estate' – or 'Wagon' if you're shopping in the US. This includes the Mercedes C-Class Estate and Mercedes E-Class Estate.

The company also builds estate models if its four-door coupe cars. These are noticeably more dramatic looking than the brand's regular saloon models so, to reflect this, estate versions are called Shooting Brake – an antiquated term for a carriage that aristocrats would use to store guns and equipment while game hunting. Currently, this is most commonly found on the Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake.

Bikes come in all different shapes and sizes. If you're buying a Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake or a Mercedes C-Class Estate, you might need to remove the front wheel of your bike before you can store it in the boot with the rear seats folded down.

The Mercedes E-Class Estate, on the other hand, is especially cavernous, so you might be able to store a bike in the boot with the rear seats folded without removing the front wheel – assuming your two-wheeler isn't especially large.

Regardless of the model you ultimately choose, we'd suggest fitting a proper bike rack to your roof or towing hook if you're planning on carrying bikes more regularly. These mean you definitely don't need to remove your bike's front wheel, and leaves your car's cargo area free for other luggage or equipment.