When I purchased this executive owned car, it had only 4,500 miles on it. It was priced right at $18k less than the Accura TL I traded for the Mercedes, when the Accura was new. In the 4 months I have owned the car we have traveled almost 7,000 trouble free miles in it. Our Sales Consultant, Henry Beeler III, was very helpful in making our selection of this car. Ours was an excellent purchase, one with which we are very satisfied!
Had wheel alignment problems that could only be corrected at a certified Benz dealer. Also developed an annoying rattle coming from Dashboard that quickly developed after 30 day period. Unable to figure it out. Probably why the car was available in the first place.
We sold a fully loaded 2015 Honda Accord because of our poor experience with the cheap build quality & poor dealer service. I had on my list of cars to try BMW, Lexus, Mercedes, & Audi. I wanted the following: 4 doors, V6, All wheel drive, able to fit in my garage, good acceleration, great handling, solid "feel" & a backup cam. The Lexus was a little too small, the Audi just didn't do it for me & I could only afford the 4 cyl., and last, my wife has a negative view of BMW drivers (so that was a non-starter.). The Mercedes really impressed from the beginning. It felt solid, it didn't sream "look at me", handled fantastic, it was quick, and is very stable driving in snow. I would take a 1 year old C300 over a new Accord any day.
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