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.
Interior design is nice, serene and comfortable ride, isolate noise from outside. Surprisingly sporty given the luxury ride compared to older E350. Glad mine did not have run flat tires. I stayed away from BMW because of stiffer and harsher ride of run flats. Try iy yourself.
Best vehicle I've owned to date...
2013 Mercedes-Benz E350Craig - Brown Deer, WI02/03/2015
I did my research on luxury sedans before deciding on the Mercedes-Benz E350 over other cars in the category like the Audi A6, Cadillac CTS, and BMW 335i. After driving these modesl, my decision to purchase the E350 was simply that it brings the entire package I was looking for (performance, interior amenities, safety, and reliability) in a design that is strikingly refined yet not over the top. The ride is tremendous and the interior is extremely comfortable for my size (6'2" 220lbs).
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