2002 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C320 4dr Sedan (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
Having operated a C320 for three years, I now see why MB has become an “average” car in the ratings. It has been one small thing after another, and a couple not so small. After spending $750 for four new tires that did not solve a constant vibration, someone cared enough to see what was actually wrong and found out the car had a warped drive shaft at 18,000 miles. Of course, nothing was said about the tires. This is my fourth and last one (unless my wife changes my mind).
Get a cup holder that does not rattle and a trunk lid that goes all the way up and does not fall on your head
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