I have owned a 2012 E350 for about 3 years and it is clearly the nicest car I have ever owned. Granted, most of my cars have been Accord and Camry types, but I always thought they were pretty nice. I drove a good number of premium cars in my search for this car including Acura, Cadillac, and Lexus, but after driving the MB the rest didn't seem very impressive. This car has plenty of power and the ride is very smooth and quiet. In fact, I think the interior sound may be it's best attribute. The car gets very good gas mileage for a vehicle with a 300+ HP engine. I generally get 23 MPG or so which I am pretty happy with.
Super comfortable, lots of useful bells and whistles, powerful 302 HP motor and I also have full time all wheel drive. As long as you don't drive it like a race car, you can expect 24 mpg around town and almost 30 mpg on the interstate! Always wanted one and glad I choose the E350. Rides like a big, black cloud....
Love this car
2013 Mercedes-Benz E350M P - Los Angeles, CA09/22/2016
The car is comfortable with all the amenities you'd expect from an executive sedan. The mileage is better than expected as I have been getting 27mpg average and up to 30mpg on the highway, better than the manufacturer's estimates. The car is quiet, has good acceleration, handling and braking. First Mercedes sedan I've owned. Replaced a Mercedes SUV. The buying process was great from beginning to end.
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