The car looks beautiful, but that is where it stops. The engine routinely goes in to fail mode and at only 56,000 miles this is a real bummer. Repair cost are high and I will fix this car and get rid of it as soon as I can.
I tinkered around with moving to a car from a SUV for several years. I began looking at Infiniti's, Lexus's, BMW's, and even Porsche's. The one main draw of the E350 was the 4Matic feature. I am a work-aholic and I don't like to miss work due to weather. After I found one at a local dealer, I took it out for a spin. Oh my, was it impressive. I loved the looks. I loved the power. I loved the comfort and fit. It was smooth and powerful. The seats are very supportive. The tranny is smooth and agile and the ride beat the pants off the SUVs I've been driving for the last 15 years! After four months of ownership I am convinced I made a great choice. I haven't been to have it serviced yet which would have to be one of my main worries. However, I expect the service experience to be a wonderful as my new E350. Cross your fingers for me!
9 out of 10 Stars
2007 Mercedes-Benz E350aquaman - Los Angeles, CA11/15/2008
Amazing refinement inside and out. Excellent ride and handling. Beautiful wood accents along with a first class fit and finish. The navigation is second best and only complain.
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