2013 Mercedes-Benz E350Daniel Park - Franklin, TN08/08/2016
It is a very nice car for the money. It is fuel efficient and diesel is also cheaper than premium gasoline which the regular E350 needs. Handles and rides very well also. One downside is the run-flat tires that this car has which severely impacts road noise. In place of the spare tire, it has a AdBlue fluid tank which has to be replaced regularly so regular maintenance costs are slightly higher than gasoline models.
This car is everything I could've hoped for. It is certainly an grade over my previous compact.
Handling is very responsive, great acceleration, and a reasonably tight turning radius.
It has a very smooth, comfortable ride, and the extras (satellite radio, heated leather seats) are very nice.
Worth the Price.
2012 Mercedes-Benz E350Nate - Fort Collins, CO01/09/2015
I traded in a newer pickup for this used car looking for better gas mileage but wanted AWD for safety in Colorado winters. I got it, sometimes 30 MPG. This car is what I would consider way above what is necessary, but WOW, what a car. Power, Style, Performance, Luxury. It Turns heads. I have now driven it in 3 or 4 decent snow storms and it sticks to the roads, even better than an Audi Q5.
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