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1991 Mercedes-Benz 560-Class Coupe - Consumer Reviews

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560SEC 5.6L V8 4-speed Automatic - (3 reviews )

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Get your Mercedes -Benz on!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
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By Duane Corey
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1991 Mercedes-Benz 560-Class Coupe 560SEC 2dr Coupe


Review

It's a expensive car to repair! The older ones that is! But the car is a hoot to drive/own and I recommend that if you have a little money, I would buy one of these cars! Best investment I have made!


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Great ride
3 of 11 people found this review helpful
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By franklin
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1991 Mercedes-Benz 560-Class Coupe 560SEC 2dr Coupe


Review

I am 60 years old and have always been a car buff, and this has got to be one of the best cars ever built. I just bought this car one month ago and have driven over 2000 miles. It is 15 years old with only 35,000 miles and 2 other owners. I thank them for the fine care and low miles. This car looks and drives like new!


Best Features

Ride, quality, style, performance


Worst Features

Cup holders


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Mercedes 560SEC - Last Of The Big Ones
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
Performance
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Exterior Design
Build Quality
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By soldbydon
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1991 Mercedes-Benz 560-Class Coupe 560SEC 2dr Coupe


Review

An eBay purchase, this car was
repainted following purchase due to sun
damage but otherwise needed very
little. I own 6 classic Mercedes and
this is the grand pappy of them all,
with silky-smoooth ride and exceptional
quietness. This model sold for $82,900
new, and can be purchased typically for
$10K to $20K depending on condition.
Probably the closest thing to
a "lifetime" car you can buy, with much
simpler electronics and lower costs of
ownership than the successor 140 series
cars. As far as what to watch out for,
these cars had some corrosion problems
in the rear window areas and sometimes
the glass would delaminate; used glass
is about $400.


Best Features

Styling, power, roominess


Worst Features

Replacing the stereo is expensive; speakers have to be replaced; all non- standard size


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