2009 Mercedes-Benz SL550J H - Los Angeles, CA07/20/2016
Easy to drive and own. All amenities for a sports car and can still be a great daily driver. Tons of space; can still go shopping. True 2-seater however, so the most I would recommend is having 3 persons. Good power, however repair and maintenance costs are fairly high.
I Love This Car
2010 Mercedes-Benz C300Bam F - Sandy, UT07/27/2015
It's a great balance of luxury and power. You won't be racing people, but it has enough power to accelerate when needed. It has a very quiet cabin especially with windows closed. The suspension is super smooth; I felt like I was riding on clouds. My last car was a sporty 2005 BMW 330CI which was quite the opposite -- low ride, throaty engine, manual transmission, lots of problems after 125K. My Benz has little to no issues (<100K), automatic transmission (although I prefer manual), and quiet. It feels like smooth sailing on a placid pond.
Perfect for a mommy
2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK350Lizzie T - Los Angeles, CA01/06/2016
Purchased this vehicle 8 months pregnant. It's perfect for me to drive around my little one. Fits stroller comfortably in back. I didn't want a car that was too big, but that made sense for a growing family and this is it. My husband has a Range Rover �voque and I find this one a smoother ride and much easier to drive. Only con is that there are no seat warmers which I feel should be standard in a Mercedes. The technology is a bit dated but works great and easy to use.
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