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.
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.
I bought my car 2 years ago, turbo diesel was fantastic. The car never gave me a bit of trouble. It was powerful and gave me great miles per gallon. I was hit by a drunk driver last week. The car was totaled, and I intend to get another one just like it
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