Overall this car is very satisfactory
for me however I feel that I sacrificed
alot of room from my previous SUV. Also
I am not as pleased with my overall
service interaction at this point of
owning the vehicle.I purchased this car
orginally from a good friend who
unfortunately is no longer at the
dealership so I believe the exceptional
service I received was short lived. I
have to say that I will be going back
to a SUV in about a year and also my
previous vehicle make which was a Lexus
because they continue great service
throughout my entire ownership of the
The power moonroof, heated seats and
wipers on headlights.
I think the car overall is on a much
smaller scale for a wagon and my
biggest suggestion for improvement
would be to increase the inside cabin.
Also include a CD player like the rest
of the competition at this price point.
This vehicle is an off-lease 320 wagon purchased from the MB auction in Atlanta. Although it has 23,000 miles on it, there is NO wear and tear in the interior. Most people who have seen the car think it is new. Since I paid in the low 20's for this vehicle, I feel I've gotten an awful lot of car for the money. I don't understand why MB is not offering the 320 wagon this year-It's much more fun and has a better ride than the 240. It's a great value!
This car should have come with a standard CD changer. A minor complaint but a glaring ommision.
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