2000 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Consumer Review: So Far So Good

2000 Mercedes-Benz C-Class - Consumer Review

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C280 Sedan (2.8L V6 5-speed Automatic)

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So Far So Good
By Sam on


2000 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C280 4dr Sedan


In 2010, I paid $3,005 for my 2000 C280. It drives like a dream and my last car was a Lexus LS400, so I know smooth. The small dealer slapped a sloppy paint job on the damaged left side, even stuck a screw through the left bumper to hold in place. Anyway, paint job was bad enough to drop the price well below blue book (~$6,300). Also, airbag lights are on, so what. That's fine with me, because my pre-purchase inspection gave the engine an A-Plus! I'll get a better paint job and maybe fix that SRS (airbag) light later. In the meantime, it drives like a fine luxury automobile should drive, like silk. Do I miss my Lexus? Nope! I keep asking my wife, Is this car too good to be true?

Best Features

I bought a world class Mercedes for 3,000 bucks and it looks great in my driveway! Oh yeah, features: remote keys roll down all the windows and opens the sunroof! One wiper blade pattern for entire windshield. So Cool!

Worst Features

Hmm? How about kick a big dent in your 2010 models, so I can buy another Benz for dirt cheap in 2020.
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