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My favorite Benz, ever.
Pros: that Mercedes look and feel
Cons: smallish backseatThis is my 5th Mercedes since '84 (2E-class, 2 C-class and 1 T-class [wagon], and I keep them forever) and this one is the best all round for style, size, creature comforts, performance. It seems quite a bit bigger than the last C-class, although the back seat can be a bit snug. When I first saw the large Mecedes logo in the grill I was a little turned off, but it really grows on you and now I really love it. The AMG-ish touches are really dramatic and dare I say, cool (I'm dating myself I believe). And I got the 4-matic which is really, really a must north of the M-D line. I can't imagine a better car.
Cons: no cooled seatsIn town we get 19-21 mpg on the road doing 65 mph we get 23-25 mpg
Wow what a vehicle
Pros: The mpg
Cons: NothingThis is a beautiful--well thought out and designed vehicle. The throttle is so smooth, you really know you are in a world class car. The ride is also smooth--drivers beware, it feels like you are going 50 when you are at 75. It's quiet with a fantastic sound system. Sirius is great--CDs are the best. All this and get 28 mpg average. No diesel smell, even with a cold start. Outside the car you can hear a muffled diesel purr. We got the Distronic also, works fantastic. Great Car
Best car in this class that I have seen.
Pros: I love the way it looks and handles. I feel safe.
Cons: My husband won't let me drive when he is with me.This car has exceeded my expectations for a small sport car. It has excellent braking and handling. The interior is super comfortable for a small car. It has been extremely comfortable for long trips and I have been able to get 25 to 27 miles per gallon. If you have never driven a Mercedes then try to make it a goal to try. You won't regret it.
Pros: Mercedes is the safest automobile on the road!
Cons: The navigation systemFast, agiile, comfortabe, economical, handsome styling with every ergonomic creature comfort available. That sums up the E-350 Mercedes. Combined with the 4matic transmission it becomes the perfect car for the Pacific Northwest. A consistent 26 mpg on the road and 19-21 around town makes this luxury car competitive with the Accord and similar models. The nimble feel and smooth ride combine to make this a viable sports-sedan for drivers like me. The 4matic never lets me down in winter driving, and provides tiger-like grip on rain soaked roads or patches of gravel. The interior is perhaps the most attractive passenger cabin in all of automotive history. The silver exterior is complemented by the dove gray leather of the interior. Heated and cooled seats is a touch of pampering not found in earlier Mercedes automobiles and is most appreciated. The navigation system is a bit more complex that those found on some other makes of automobiles, but with a short course on the MB system is is both useful and accurate. In sum, the E350 is the perfect balance in automotive engineering.