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.
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.
A wolf in sheep's clothing
2007 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMGWilliam Jones - Alexandria, VA05/25/2016
The W211 body has great lines, and graced with good looks, one of Mercedes Benz all time greats. Not to mention the wolf hiding under the hood ready to pounce on anyone, that is not aware what ///AMG stands for. The ///AMG brand is the pinnacle of Mercedes Benz luxury and performance. Keep in mind that these cars cost well over $100,000 when brand new, so the maintenance cost aren't cheap. But a DIYer can mitigate those costs. I simply can't express how awesome this car truly is, tons of power and torque. With the exclusivity of what ///AMG represents. If you want to move four adults anywhere quickly, while riding down the road in a land yacht, this is the car for you.
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