I would not recommend this car. Two months after purchase, the car left me stranded. Turns out, the EIS sensor in the steering column went out. I had the car towed to a Mercedes Dealer, and had to pay $1300 to replace the sensor.
Now, 14 months after the purchase, another sensor goes out, and it is related to Safety Restraint System. It will cost between $2200 to replace.
Worst decision ever.
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.
Gorgeous car at a great price!
2008 Mercedes-Benz E350MS. G - Los Angeles, CA09/02/2016
I purchased my very first mercedes-benz, in 2005; it was a 2000 E320 and I was "hooked". I had never experienced such luxury and comfort in a car before. Every complimentary comment I had ever heard about a mercedes-benz was confirmed; it is indeed a magnificent feat of automotive engineering. I went on to purchase a 2002 S430 in 2008 and this year, I passed on my 2000 E320 to my daughter and purchased the beautiful E350 I drive today. The Mercedes-Benz brand represents not only represents luxury; it also represent reliance and dependability.
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