To start, Mercedes-Benz will only offer its E-Class Wagon in one US trim level -- E400.
The E400 Wagon packs a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V-6. It's good for 329 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque.
Power makes its way to all four wheels by way of a nine-speed automatic transmission.
Behind the first two rows of seats lies a set of standard, foldable, rear-facing seats, which bumps total passenger capacity up to 7 individuals.
Buyers can pick up an E400 Wagon in one of two major trims -- Luxury or Sport.
The vehicle will arrive in dealers by early next year.
There's no word yet on pricing.
Even better, Mercedes-Benz said it won't rule out bringing an AMG wagon to the US, although it won't be the AMG E43 that we'll get in sedan form.