Mercedes-Benz E350 4Matic wagon

There's nothing "Family Truckster" about it.

The station wagon, as epitomized by clark

Griswold's wagon-queen family Truckster (which was really a Ford Country Squire) in National Lampoon's Vacation, was once the most unglamorous car on wheels. Today, America's Griswolds have decamped for minivans, SUVs, and crossovers, leaving the few remaining wagonsmost of them sleeker and European—to a much different clientele. Sales volumes are tiny, but wagon buyers are loyal and loaded—none probably more so than Mercedes-Benz E-class wagon owners (one in four of whom has an annual household income of more than $500,000). For 2011, the E350 wagon undergoes the same revamp the sedan got for 2010. That means a fresh suit of sheetmetal (in essentially the same size), an all-new interior, and a

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